Belated Holiday Romance: Dance All Night by Alexis Daria

I have only started reading holiday books in the last year or two, and this Christmas, I was lucky enough to score a Netgalley copy of Dance All Night by Alexis Daria. I've previously read one of the previous books in the Dance Off series, and really enjoyed it, so I was excited to get to … Continue reading Belated Holiday Romance: Dance All Night by Alexis Daria

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Review: Shadowshaper by Daniel Jose Older

Okay, first up, how beautiful is this cover?! I love it so much--and I really enjoyed the story inside it too! The book follows Sierra, a teenage girl who's also an artist. She's currently working on a mural, but weird things are happening: her grandfather is dropping cryptic hints and a painting is crying. Also, … Continue reading Review: Shadowshaper by Daniel Jose Older

Graphic Novel Review: The Wendy Project

The Wendy Project, written by Melissa Jane Osborne & illustrated by Veronica Fish,  follows 16-year-old Wendy Davies in the horrible aftermath of a car crash during which she was driving. One of her brothers drowned in the crash, but Wendy refuses to believe it. Instead, she tells everyone that she saw Michael flying away with … Continue reading Graphic Novel Review: The Wendy Project

Review: All the Rivers by Dorit Rabinyan (translated by Jessica Cohen)

Oh, this book. It was a slow, somewhat meditative read. It had love (and sex), but it was so much more to me than that. The story follows Liat and Hilmi, a young couple falling in love in New York. Liat is from Israel (as is the author) and is in the US on a … Continue reading Review: All the Rivers by Dorit Rabinyan (translated by Jessica Cohen)

Review: It Started with Goodbye by Christina June

It Started with Goodbye has a really good story and a really relatable main character, with hints of Cinderella. The novel follows Tatum, a teenager who got herself in trouble at the beginning of the summer, and is now relegated to spending her summer under house arrest, completing community service and answering to her (unreasonable?) … Continue reading Review: It Started with Goodbye by Christina June