When My Heart Joins the Thousand – A. J. Steiger (ARC Review)

  TITLE: When My Heart Joins the Thousand AUTHOR: A. J. Steiger RELEASES: February 6th, 2018; HarperTeen GENRE: Contemporary AGE RANGE: YA SYNOPSIS: Alvie Fitz doesn’t fit in, and she doesn’t care. She’s spent years swallowing meds and bad advice from doctors and social workers. If she can make it to her eighteenth birthday without any major mishaps, she’ll […]

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The Roanoke Girls – Amy Engel

Spoiler-free review! “Roanoke girls never last long around here. In the end, we either run or we die.” I don’t have a lot to say about The Roanoke Girls, because I think this is one of those stories where it’s best if you go in knowing as little in advance as possible. When I picked this […]

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Spellbook of the Lost and Found – Moïra Fowley-Doyle (ARC Review)

“What will you let go of? What can you not afford to lose?” I had heard literally nothing about this book or the author when I requested it from PRH’s First to Read program. All I knew, going into it, was what you can read on the GR synopsis, and that it had an intriguing cover. ✘ […]

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#TheReadingQuest TBR

I have recently developed a bit of an obsession with reading challenges, but some challenges are similar enough that I can’t keep them separated! #TheReadingQuest doesn’t have that problem. It’s adorable and unique, and I have been so excited to share it with you guys! What makes this reading challenge unique is that it covers […]

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Diversity Spotlight Thursday #1

It’s time to introduce a new meme! I wanted to change things up a little bit, so I asked my twitter followers to vote: start a new meme, or keep Book Beginnings Fridays? The vote was almost overwhelmingly in favor of Diversity Spotlight Thursday, so we here we are! The goal is to take a […]

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How to Make a Wish – Ashley Herring Blake (ARC Review)

I originally published this review in April 2017, but on July 21, realized that I had left a lot unsaid and decided to edit, polish, and repost my thoughts on this amazing book. “I thought that was how every girl saw other girls – this mix between beauty and awe and curiosity, a thin layer […]

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Final Girls – Riley Sager (ARC Review)

“We were, for whatever reason, the lucky ones who survived when no one else had. Pretty girls covered in blood. As such, we were each in turn treated like something rare and exotic. A beautiful bird that spreads its bright wings only once a decade.” Let me start this review by saying that I wanted to love […]

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