Following my previous blog post, I have a little catching up to do in terms of book reviews. Please forgive me because a few of my upcoming reviews may be a little brief compared to the usual ones I post because they have not all been written immediately after finishing the book like I've done in … Continue reading Review: You Were Here by Cori McCarthy.
Since July my love of musicals has been growing and growing and growing, so to see a book incorporating loads of incredible musicals made me extremely happy and I knew instantly that this was a book I would have to pick up. The Singalong Society for Singletons* begins with Monique and Issy, two single friends. … Continue reading Review: The Singalong Society for Singletons by Katey Lovell.
I really have no idea how to begin this book review, I barely know how to begin my overview of the actual book, so please excuse me for my bluntness, but I'm diving right in. When popular girl at school Lizzie Lovett disappears, Hawthorn, our protagonist a few years younger than Lizzie, becomes obsessed with … Continue reading Review: The Hundred Lies of Lizzie Lovett by Chelsea Sedoti.
"If you make a mistake, you learn from it. If you never make a mistake, you're never the wiser." - Cecelia Ahern. Despite the fact that Ahern is a fairly well know author in the young adult world, Flawed* is the first book of hers that I have ever actually read. Flawed is the story of Celestine, … Continue reading Review: Flawed by Cecelia Ahern.
“That's the nice thing about being human. We only have one life, but we can choose what kind of story it's going to be.” ― Rick Riordan. I received a digital copy of this book through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. A couple of months ago the first book in a new series … Continue reading Review: The Hidden Oracle by Rick Riordan.
How Many Letters Are In Goodbye? is the story of Rhea, a seventeen year old girl who has run away from home. Rhea has suffered a lot throughout her life; she lost her mum, her dad, her arm as well as relationships and friendships. The novel tackles a lot of sensitive topics such as suicide, sexuality, … Continue reading Review: How Many Letters Are in Goodbye? by Yvonne Cassidy.
“Just because the crack doesn't show doesn't mean it's not there.” - Estelle Laure. This Raging Light is the story of Lucille. Her dad is gone, her mum is gone and it's just her and her younger sister left. It isn't long before Lucille is struggling to pay the bills whilst trying to maintain the secret … Continue reading Review: This Raging Light by Estelle Laure.
"What you put out there and what people take away are two totally separate things. People's minds process things in diverse ways. Everyone lives in different worlds, which is sort of sad but also has potential if you can work out how to turn it to your advantage." - Ann Morgan. I received a digital … Continue reading Review: Beside Myself by Ann Morgan.
"Changer: A member of an ancient race of humans imbued with the gift of changing into a different person four times between the ages of approximately fourteen and eighteen." - T. Cooper and Allison Glock-Cooper. First of all, I would just like to point out that the definition above is by no means a full … Continue reading Review: Drew (Changers #1) by T. Cooper and Allison Glock-Cooper
“It's the worst kind of person who goes back on a promise, even one they made to themselves.” - Claire Fuller. I received a digital copy of this book through NetGalley to read and review giving my honest opinions. Peggy is eight years old when her father takes her away from her home in London to … Continue reading Review: Our Endless Numbered Days by Claire Fuller.