Heartstopper Vol. 2

It is time, the continuation of Heartstopper. I picked this up when I was in London with my mom and read it the same night. Let me tell you, Charlie and Nick are still just as cute as ever and this volume was even better because it discussed the confusion and uncertainty around labeling yourContinue reading “Heartstopper Vol. 2”

The Flatshare

What to do when your ex kicks you out and you’re skint in London and no place to go? Well you go online and find some random dude offering not only his apartment, but his bed, for half the day while he’s at work. And you swallow your pride and nerves to save money andContinue reading “The Flatshare”

Girls On The Verge

This book takes a serious topic head on and does not let you get away with ignorance. This book is so short and so to the point that you would think there‚Äôs no character development, but there is. There is a complex weave of emotions, beliefs, morals, hopes and dreams, societal expectations, and self preservation.Continue reading “Girls On The Verge”

Girl Made Of Stars

This crushed me, this released me, this absolutely broke my heart and started to stitch it back together. There are so many great things about this story, so many great quotes that will stay with me forever… this book is so important. Mara and Owen are twins and best friends. His girlfriend, is her bestContinue reading “Girl Made Of Stars”

Recursion

So Blake Crouch is in this really niche genre of fiction that I like to call Contemporary Sci-Fi. It sounds counterintuitive and I agree but if you read any of his books, I think it’ll make sense. This is my second Blake Crouch book and wow I’m so here for whatever he writes next (I’veContinue reading “Recursion”

Bloom

Wait… another graphic novel about soft, queer boys falling in love? Yeah and this one is gorgeous. The color palette is shades of blue and I’m in love with it. Let me tell you, Kevin Panetta and Savanna Ganucheau did a great job bringing this beach town love to the page in a beautiful way.Continue reading “Bloom”

Heartstopper Vol. 1

Give me cute, fluffy, queer boys or give me death. That’s the quote…. right? Well it should be anyway. If you’re looking for a sweet story about two boys having an adorable crush on each other with just a dashy dash of angst, look no further. Heartstopper is a graphic novel series that comes fromContinue reading “Heartstopper Vol. 1”

Well Met

Emily has moved to her sister’s home in Willow Creek, Maryland to help her out while she recovers from a broken leg, including joining the Reneissance Faire so that her niece can also take part. No problem, the people seem nice and excited and happy to have her, well except for Simon. Throughout the summerContinue reading “Well Met”

The Turn of the Key

A five star read by none other than Ruth Ware. In truth, this is my second Ruth Ware book, and honestly, they just keep getting better. I’ll keep this short because honestly, at this point, I don’t think you need much convincing to read a Ruth Ware novel. Turn of the Key is about aContinue reading “The Turn of the Key”