Review: Lock the Doors by Vincent Ralph *We received this book in exchange for an honest review.* Tom Cavanagh and his family move into his mom’s dream house in town. Everything seems to be going alright for once, until Tom notices strange holes on the door of his new room. Holes meaning that someone was lockedContinue reading “January 2022 Mini-Reviews”
*We received this book in exchange for an honest review.* Millie Price wants nothing more than to be a Broadway Star. She loves living in NYC and can’t imagine spending her life anywhere else. But when she gets into a prestigious theatre program in Los Angeles for her senior year, Millie jumps at the chanceContinue reading “Review: When You Get the Chance by Emma Lord”
*We received this book in exchange for an honest review.* Reese Camden can’t wait to start her dream marketing internship at a cooking channel in Seattle, Washington. She loved watching the channel Friends of Flavor back home in Kentucky and now she gets to spend her summer before college doing the behind the scenes work.
Happy December everyone! We can’t believe how fast 2021 has gone by. While Bards Alley doesn’t have December book clubs because of the busy holiday season, we decided to share something we’ll be reading this month anyway. At our last book club meeting of the year, we asked everyone which of our book picks didContinue reading “December 2021 Book Club: All I Want for Christmas is the Girl Who Can’t Love by Chelsea Bobulski”
*We received this book in exchange for an honest review.* These Violent Delights was our April 2021 book club pick and we absolutely loved it. We jumped at the chance to review Our Violent Ends and do a post on Chloe Gong’s Pinterest boards that inspired the books.
*We received this book in exchange for an honest review.* Crystal Donovan and her five best friends are all preparing for a tournament for MortalDusk, a videogame that could win them all a lot of money. But the Friday before the weekend tournament, Crystal gets a message from an anonymous person from a messenger appContinue reading “Review: These Deadly Games by Diana Urban”
*We received this book in exchange for an honest review.* High school senior Valerie Kwon runs K&C K-BEAUTY, her school’s number one student-run business, with her cousin Charlie. Valerie’s goal is to save enough money to take her beloved halmeoni to Paris (and maybe show her mother that she’s worth as much as her successfulContinue reading “Review: Made in Korea by Sarah Suk”
*We received this book in exchange for an honest review.* Nobody believes Terra. She’s become the girl who cried wolf of Dayton, Massachusetts.
*We received this book in exchange for an honest review.* Pepper’s mother owns a fast-food chain called Big League Burger. It used to be a mom and pop place in Nashville, but when it got popular, it expanded throughout the country, leading to Pepper and her mom trading in country life for the Upper East SideContinue reading “Review: Tweet Cute by Emma Lord”