It’s Kind of a Funny Story Review

Title: It's Kind of a Funny Story Author: Ned Vizzini Genre & Age Group: Contemporary, young adult Goodreads Synopsis: Ambitious New York City teenager Craig Gilner is determined to succeed at life - which means getting into the right high school to get into the right job. But once Craig aces his way into Manhattan's … Continue reading It’s Kind of a Funny Story Review

ARC Review: Follow Me Back

Title: Follow Me Back Author: A.V. Geiger Genre & Age Group: Contemporary, romance, mystery/thriller, young adult Goodreads Synopsis: Tessa Hart’s world feels very small. Confined to her bedroom with agoraphobia, her one escape is the online fandom for pop sensation Eric Thorn. When he tweets to his fans, it’s like his speaking directly to her… … Continue reading ARC Review: Follow Me Back

Top Ten Thursday #36

Hi everyone!☺️ Because of the great success my first Top Ten Thursday post about diverse books was, I have decided to write up a second one. 2017 is the year where many of you (including myself) have vouched to read more diversely, so hopefully with these recommendations, you'll be able to get a kick start … Continue reading Top Ten Thursday #36

Highly Illogical Behaviour Review

About the book: Title: Highly Illogical Behaviour Author: John Corey Whaley Genre & Age Group: Contemporary, young adult Goodreads Synopsis: Sixteen-year-old Solomon is agoraphobic. He hasn’t left the house in three years, which is fine by him. Ambitious Lisa desperately wants to get into the second-best psychology program for college (she’s being realistic). But is … Continue reading Highly Illogical Behaviour Review

ARC Review: The Movie Version

*I received a digital ARC of this book via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.* About the book: Title: The Movie Version Author: Emma Wunsch Genre & Age Group: Contemporary, realistic fiction, young adult Goodreads Synopsis: In the movie version of Amelia’s life, the roles have always been clear. Her older brother, Toby: definitely … Continue reading ARC Review: The Movie Version