Paige Vickers is most likely to be forgotten. She’s in year 11 and nobody really knows who she is and she’s okay with that. At least if nobody knows who you are, then mean girls Grace Langdon and Amelia Murray can’t make your life miserable. Paige’s home life isn’t great either. Her older brother AdamContinue reading “Review: The Yearbook by Holly Bourne “
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.* After London Prep 4: The Key ended, we found ourselves impatiently waiting for October so we could get more Noah Williams and Mallory James. When we left Mallory, she was celebrating her 17th birthday and still conflicted over her feelings. In London Prep 5: TheContinue reading “Review: London Prep Book 5: The Party by Jillian Dodd”
Want to travel the world? Us too! Unfortunately, we don’t always have the time or money. Reading can be the best escape to travel to far away lands. To help inspire your wanderlust, we came up with a list of YA books set in countries around the world. Did we miss any countries that youContinue reading “Around the World with YA Books”
This month’s book club pick was Again, but Better by booktuber and fellow YA lover, Christine Riccio! Again, but Better follows 20 year old Shane Primaveri on her study abroad semester in London, England circa 2011. Her college life had been one word, boring! That’s why Shane’s semester abroad had to be perfect: she was going to haveContinue reading “Review: Again, But Better By Christine Riccio”
The Book Our pick for May 2019 is Again, But Better by Christine Riccio, which will be released on May 7, 2019. Why did we pick this book? We love YA books set in college! Also, Claire’s favorite city is London.
Inspired by the murders committed by Jack the Ripper, Maniscalco has you traveling back in time to 19th century London. Audrey Rose Wadsworth hails from high-society. She’s the daughter of a lord and as such, she should behave like a lady. Audrey has other plans, caring more about forensics than afternoon tea. Under the supervisionContinue reading “Review: Stalking Jack the Ripper By Kerri Maniscalco”