Review: My Best Everything by Sarah Tomp

Receiving this book from the publisher through Netgalley does not influence my opinion or my review, I promise. I LIKED THIS BOOK. Which was a relief after pretty much hating Maybe Someday. But for the first time in awhile I read and finished a book in less than a week. This used to happen all the time when I first started blogging, but as of recently, … Continue reading Review: My Best Everything by Sarah Tomp

Misdirected by Ali Berman

Review: Misdirected by Ali Berman

Misdirected is a book about a 15 year old boy, Ben, who moves to a new town where religion is an important aspect of everyone’s life. Ben wasn’t raised in a religious home, and although he attended a religious private school for most of his life, he doesn’t understand why religion is so important to everyone. After being treated like an outcast because of his lack of … Continue reading Review: Misdirected by Ali Berman

Review: Lingering Echoes by Erica Kiefer

I started out excited to read this book, but after I started reading it, I was a little disappointed. I didn’t really connect with the characters. The dialogue was off… it just didn’t seem natural. Some of the writing seemed forced and I had trouble believing in the characters. They were a little unrealistic, in my opinion. However, around chapter five, things started to pick … Continue reading Review: Lingering Echoes by Erica Kiefer

Review: Faking Normal by Courtney C. Stevens

I was expecting something a little darker, maybe even moodier, when I picked up this book, and even though it was lighter than I expected, I still fell in love with Faking Normal. Alexi seems like a normal, functioning teenage girl, except she’s not. She’s hiding something, something that brings her to her closet nearly every night to scratch the back of her neck or … Continue reading Review: Faking Normal by Courtney C. Stevens

Review: Better Off Friends by Elizabeth Eulberg

ADORABLE! This book was completely and totally adorable. I was grinning through practically the entire book. JUST SO MANY FEELS! Okay, first off, the characters: Macallan and Levi. Macallan is witty, sarcastic, and judgemental, but she’s also loyal, caring, and an awesome cook. Levi is sweet, funny, and dorky, but he’s not always dependable and can be a bit of an idiot. Together, they were … Continue reading Review: Better Off Friends by Elizabeth Eulberg

Book Blast: Now That I’m Stronger

Note: I reviewed Now That I’m Stronger a few weeks ago and you can read my review here. Now That I’m Stronger by Valina R. Rudolph What Would You Do If, In One Moment, You Learned Your Entire Life Was A Lie?  “I did it.” These three words, uttered by Brianna’s father, changed her life forever. Confident in her father’s innocence, Brianna had been convinced … Continue reading Book Blast: Now That I’m Stronger

Review: The Living by Matt de la Peña

the plot I expected more action at the beginning, but instead The Living starts off in a contemporary setting. Shy, the main character, is an employee on a cruise ship, and while on his shift, comes across a rich business man, named Mr. Williamson, who ends up jumping over the side of the boat, committing suicide, only Shy tries to save him, but fails, and … Continue reading Review: The Living by Matt de la Peña