Review: The Library of Lost Things, Laura Taylor Namey

There are no spoilers in this review. The Library of Lost Things had earned its place in my most anticipated reads of 2019 for a little while, because honestly… this book seemed to hold everything I could possibly love: โœ… BOOKS, โœ… Family relationships – here, a complex mother-daughter relationship โœ… Potential, very swoony romance. […]

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Review: By Any Means Necessary, Candice Montgomery

There are no spoilers in this review. By Any Means Necessary, Candice Montgomery Publishing on October 8th, 2019 by Page Street. An honest reflection on cultural identify, class, and gentrification. Fans of Nic Stone and Elizabeth Acevedo will eagerly anticipate Torrey. On the day Torrey officially becomes a college freshman, he gets a call that […]

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Review: Darius The Great Is Not Okay, Adib Khorram

There are no spoilers in this review. Darius The Great Is Not Okay, Adib Khorram Publishing on August 28th, 2018 by Dial Books. Darius doesn’t think he’ll ever be enough, in America or in Iran. Darius Kellner speaks better Klingon than Farsi, and he knows more about Hobbit social cues than Persian ones. He’s about […]

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Review: Permanent Record, Mary H. K. Choi

There are no spoilers in this review. Emergency Contact is one of my favorite books of all times and automatically made me add everything Mary H. K. Choi would write at the very top of my to read list. Permanent Record, her sophomore novel, was one book I was so, so eagerly anticipating and, when […]

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Blog Tour Review: Bloom, Kevin Panetta, Savanna Ganucheau

There are no spoilers in this review. To be completely honest, I haven’t read a lot of graphic novels in my life. Yet, when I stumble upon one just like Bloom, I wonder why. Sweet, adorable, endearing, there are many, many words I could use to qualify this little gem of a book. The biggest […]

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