Review: Silver by Chris Wooding

Review: Silver by Chris Wooding

the plot When I read the summary, the first word that popped into my mind was “Zombies!” but I was a bit off with that assumption. There are zombie-like creatures, but they’re technically mechanical ‘monsters’ that are infected with a sort of virus. The action starts right away after introducing the characters and I felt like the action was TOO soon, and not very well-done. … Continue reading Review: Silver by Chris Wooding

Review: The Legacy by Melissa Delport *Blog Tour + Interview*

[alert]Note: I’m returning to my old reviewing style, because it seems to keep me more on track and less spazzy (because I am a total spaz).[/alert] Oh gosh! This book was AMAZING. It met all my expectations and more. I feel like I was in the perfect mood for a good dystopia when I started reading it, which makes it all the better, however I … Continue reading Review: The Legacy by Melissa Delport *Blog Tour + Interview*

The Tragedy Paper

Review: The Tragedy Paper by Elizabeth LaBan

I won this book in a writing contest on Figment, but by the time the book arrived in my mailbox, I’d pretty much lost all hype I had for it. The Tragedy Paper then sat on my bookshelf for MONTHS until I decided to read it. But then after I decided to read it, during my mid-term exams I might mention, it ended up back … Continue reading Review: The Tragedy Paper by Elizabeth LaBan

Review: The Only Boy by Jordan Locke

I LOVE the cover of this book. It fits SO well and it’s gorgeous, but obviously a cover doesn’t make a book. The Only Boy by Jordan Locke had potential. SO MUCH potential. But it was lacking for several reasons. One: The writing was dull. It felt like there was no emotion, no expression from the characters. It was boring, in all honesty. It was … Continue reading Review: The Only Boy by Jordan Locke

Review: The 5th Wave by Rick Yancey

The 5th Wave was so good. I haven’t read an Alien book in so long. I’m pretty sure The Host was the last book I read with aliens, but I can’t be sure. I loved everything about this book! I’ve been a bit obsessed with books like this, with something taking over the world (aliens, zombies, monsters, etc) and this just made me even more … Continue reading Review: The 5th Wave by Rick Yancey

Review: The Truth About Alice by Jennifer Mathieu

Oh gosh. This book was NOT what I was expecting. At times, I felt like I couldn’t relate AT ALL to any of the characters, like they were unrealistic or too cliché, I don’t know… but then there were parts where my heart ached for the characters- even the ones I so desperately wanted to hate. Elaine is the popular girl, the one you want … Continue reading Review: The Truth About Alice by Jennifer Mathieu