Posts Tagged: book reviews

Jul 18
Top 5 Books I Would Rate Differently Today

Top 5 Books I Would Rate Differently Today

Bookish Lists 5

I’ve noticed that I mostly rate books with 3 or 4 stars. I don’t know why. Maybe I’m both difficult to extremely disappoint and impress when it comes to books, so I just typically dump all books into the 3 or 4 star category. Who knows? Anyway, noticing that made me think about what books I would rate differently now, or if I had read them today. So without further ado, here are 5 books I would rate differently: 1. Insurgent… Read more »

Jun 17
Review: Lab Girl by Hope Jahren

Review: Lab Girl by Hope Jahren

5 Stars, Reviews 2

I am a little bit of a nerd when it comes to plants. When I was a kid, science and horticulture were my favorite subjects to learn about. When I saw Lab Girl on sale at Book Outlet, I jumped at the opportunity! Lab Girl was incredibly entertaining, knowledgeable, and had wonderful life messages.  It made me laugh, cringe, and it inspired me as well. Hope Jahren is one of the most credible and accomplished American female scientists who specializes in botany. She… Read more »

May 16
Review: Amy and Roger’s Epic Detour by Morgan Matson

Review: Amy and Roger’s Epic Detour by Morgan Matson

5 Stars, Reviews 4

Amy and Roger’s Epic Detour made me want to go on a road trip so much! This is the kind of road trip book I’ve been looking for! Amy and Roger’s Epic Detour started off a bit slow. Since the first few pages are kind of like an info dump, it took me longer to become invested in the story. Right from the start, it’s pretty clear that something tragic has happened to Amy, but the details are unclear. Soon though, we… Read more »

Jul 19
Review: Random by Tom Leveen

Review: Random by Tom Leveen

5 Stars, Reviews 4

First off, let me say that Tom Leveen is a freaking GENIUS! I loved everything about Random… well, except the main character, Tori, but more on that later. Random is about a girl, Tori, who is being blamed, along with six others, for the suicide of a fellow student because of, as Tori liked to call them, a few ‘joking comments’ they made on a social media site. Tori, now isolated from all her so-called friends who were involved in… Read more »