You Have A Match

Emma Lord perfectly captures what it’s like to be a teenager. Their voices, how they communicate, how they act and think, all the messy parts and the good parts. You Have A Match was a heartwarming (and rather surprising!) coming of age story about Abby Day. Abby is struggling in school, stressing over the BEIContinue reading “You Have A Match”

Across the Green Grass Fields

This one’s for the horse girls. Seanan McGuire continues to prove that any and every story can be queer. In this case, it’s the story of an intersex girl named Regan and her childhood friendships and discovering who she is. Ultimately like all of the other books in this series, she ends up going intoContinue reading “Across the Green Grass Fields”

A Universe of Wishes

Introducing a new young adult sci-fi fantasy diverse short story collection! This year has been the gift of good, diverse short story collections. All Out, Short Stuff, A Universe of Wishes just adds to the list. There’s probably more but I haven’t gotten around to them yet. But while this one shares in its diversityContinue reading “A Universe of Wishes”

The Camelot Betrayal

This review will contain spoilers for the Guinevere Deception. You can read my review of that here. If I may take one moment to embarrass myself. *clears throat* I’m furious. This book is SO GOOD. OH MY GOD. AHHHH!!! I am fangirling so hard for these characters, this story, the atmosphere, the love square, theContinue reading “The Camelot Betrayal”

The Year Shakespeare Ruined My Life

The premise of this book is both cute and interesting, it sounds like a perfect queer rom-com full of wacky adventures and high school shenanigans. It’s about Alison, a girl dead set on becoming valedictorian and in order to seal the deal, she agrees to produce the school play. She is woefully unprepared and inexperiencedContinue reading “The Year Shakespeare Ruined My Life”

A Good Girl’s Guide to Murder

In a deeply interesting and fast-paced story, Holly Jackson takes us on a wild ride of whodunnit with Pippa trying to uncover the real story behind a missing 17-year-old girl and the death of her boyfriend. But what happens when the past when it wants to stay buried? Pippa is a high school senior usingContinue reading “A Good Girl’s Guide to Murder”

The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue

I am an extremely lucky individual and was granted early access to my most anticipated novel of 2020 by TOR Books through NetGalley. If anything, this is the best thing to happen to me in this hell-scape of a year. How do I even begin to talk about this book and its impact? I haveContinue reading “The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue”

These Vengeful Hearts

This was an exciting book to read and I’m so happy that I get to tell you about it! These Vengeful Hearts is about Ember and her revenge mission to take down Hell High’s notorious Red Court by working from the inside to capture the Queen of Hearts and then break it all down. EmberContinue reading “These Vengeful Hearts”


Mayhem is the story of Mayhem Brayburn and her family legacy. It’s the story of her escaping her abusive step-father, the story of her relationship with her mom, the story of her budding friendships, and the story of her gaining and navigating her power. This was an interesting reading experience. I loved parts of thisContinue reading “Mayhem”

I Killed Zoe Spanos

I’m not normally a fan of amnesia/lost memory stories; I find them too convenient or full of cliches. But in I Killed Zoe Spanos, it works. We meet Anna as she is confessing to the murder of Zoe Spanos, detailing the night of New Year’s Eve, the night she saw Zoe die. Then we moveContinue reading “I Killed Zoe Spanos”