Bruja Born by Zoraida Cordova

Two years ago, I had the distinct pleasure of reading and reviewing a galley of Labyrinth Lost by Zoraida Cordova. I loved the book. I thought it was a wonderful introduction to the world of Alex and her family, and was excited to see what future installments in the series would lead to (especially after the … Continue reading Bruja Born by Zoraida Cordova

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Review: The Elizas by Sara Shepard

So, I clearly got approved for a lot of thrillers/mysteries on Netgalley lately, judging from my reviews this week. This one was very decent and engaging to read, and I finished it within 2 days of starting it. It's written by the same author who wrote the Pretty Little Liars series (which I've never read nor … Continue reading Review: The Elizas by Sara Shepard

Review: The Flight Attendant by Chris Bohjahlian

This thriller by an author I adore was definitely engaging and intriguing. It follows Cassandra Bowden, a flight attendant with some personal problems and an addiction. She drinks too much and sleeps around, but lives her life on her terms. One morning, about to board a flight to Dubai, she wakes up in a hotel … Continue reading Review: The Flight Attendant by Chris Bohjahlian

Review: How I Resist: Activism and Hope for the Next Generation by Maureen Johnson

How I Resist is a YA anthology and it is AMAZING. It has a vast list of diverse contributors, including authors like Malinda Lo and Sabaa Tahir, actors such as Javier Munoz and Jesse Tyler Ferguson (and his husband) and many others, including activists and journalists. It has essays, poetry, and art--all on the topic … Continue reading Review: How I Resist: Activism and Hope for the Next Generation by Maureen Johnson

Review: Tess of the Road by Rachel Hartman

Tess of the Road was a decent expansion of the world Rachel Hartman first showed us in her Seraphina duology. In Seraphina and Shadow Scale, we were given a world of mathematical dragons and the humans who were prejudiced against them, though both societies were held together with a peace treaty. Eventually, war began amongst them again and our … Continue reading Review: Tess of the Road by Rachel Hartman