Have you ever known that a book is a phenomenal work of literature, but you can't seem to really enjoy it? That sums up my experience with Hag-Seed.
It's Friday, and you know what that means-- it's time for a run-down of what I'll be reading this weekend! TGIF!
In Every Day by David Levithan, readers are introduced to A, who does not have their own body, but instead wakes up each morning in the body of a different 16-year-old.
Hello good people of the Internet! I feel a little guilty that my last post on here was also a Top 5 Wednesday, but, hey, two T5Ws in two weeks? I'm in! This week's topic is "Books You Want to Read Before The End of the Year," and boy do I have a ton that I … Continue reading T5W: Books I Want to Read by the End of 2016
The Girls by Emma Cline follows the recollections of Evie Boyd's adolescent summer adventures-- not laying around on a beach with her girlfriends or adventuring through summer camp, but getting looped into a cult.
Juliet Takes a Breath is a stunning debut novel by Gabby Rivera that follows Juliet Milagros Pilante as she navigates her way through the world of feminism, radical self-love, coming out, and racism within self-proclaimed "safe spaces." The novel starts off just before Juliet takes off to Portland, Oregon to intern for her favorite author-- … Continue reading “Juliet Takes a Breath” by Gabby Rivera | REVIEW