Oh my. This book was something else. Continue reading “after by anna todd”
So I know I haven’t been posting lately. It’s been a rough few weeks.
BUT I have been reading, even if I haven’t been reviewing. The reason I haven’t been reviewing is simple: I have no idea how to review audiobooks, children’s books, or rereads (I also am planning on a massive review of a full series soon).
I apologize for not posting, but really if anyone has tips for reviewing any of the aforementioned categories, help ya girl out.
Anyways, here’s a list of my 2019 reads that haven’t been reviewed as well as my ratings:
-Sideways Stories from Wayside School // Louis Sachar (reread. children’s book.) 3 stars
-Radio Silence // Alice Oseman (audiobook) 4 stars
-The Last Olympian // Rick Riordan (reread. mg) 4 stars
-My Favorite Half-Night Stand // Christina Lauren (audiobook) 3.5 stars
-The Princess Diaries // Meg Cabot (full series review coming soon) 3 stars
-We Have Always Lived in the Castle // Shirley Jackson (plan to reread then review) 4 stars
-Princess in the Spotlight // Meg Cabot 4 stars
-Princess in Love // Meg Cabot 3 stars
-Five Feet Apart // Rachael Lippincott (audiobook) 3 stars
-Junie B Jones: Boo…and I mean it! // Barbara Park (reread. children’s book) 4 stars
-The Hunger Games // Suzanne Collins (reread…may review?) 3 stars
-Pirates Past Noon // Mary Pope Osborne (reread. children’s book) 5 stars
I know. It’s a lot.
This has been an obnoxiously long time coming.
I managed to avoid the Twilight renaissance, and I thank God every day for it. This is not to say that if you were or are a “Twihard,” that you are wrong. I am just thrilled I waited until the hype died down, and I am out of any young reader phase so I can be more objective in analyzing the book for what it is.
Okay. Here goes nothing. Continue reading “Twilight by Stephanie Meyer”
The king and queen of contemporary came together to write the epic love story we deserve…kind of. Continue reading “What If It’s Us by Becky Albertalli and Adam Silvera”
I don’t think I am emotionally ready for this, but here goes nothing.
We Are the Ants. What a book.
Day 5 and we already finished a book this year (practically in one day once I actually sat down to read). Continue reading “Magic Misfits by Neil Patrick Harris”
Y’all ready for this?