August and Jack are best friends. They need each other, they are there for each other, they are bonded like no one else they know. So when Jack starts seeing things that August can’t, August does everything he can to help him.
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The Falling In Love Montage
I’m always down for a cute, summery, ya contemporary romance when it’s sapphic. In this story, we have Saoirse, a girl who has become jaded towards love. Not only has the love of her life broken up with her, her (former) best friend lied to her, and her father is with another woman. Things areContinue reading “The Falling In Love Montage”
The Chosen and the Beautiful
In this magical reimagining of The Great Gatsby, Nghi Vo takes us on a trip that focuses the story around Jordan Baker, a Vietnamese, adopted, tennis star and the events of the original story.
One Last Stop
I already knew that I like McQuiston’s writing because of Red, White, and Royal Blue, but One Last Stop has solidified them as a favorite author. The story follows August, a woman who tries to take up as little space as possible and distance herself from people so she never gets attached. She moves toContinue reading “One Last Stop”
Hang the Moon
This story is about Annie, a twenty-something woman who is going to Seattle to surprise her best friend, Darcy, for a two week vacation. Only Darcy is on her own vacation with her girlfriend Elle in Canada. So to prevent total disaster, Darcy has her younger brother, Brendon, bring a copy of her keys toContinue reading “Hang the Moon”
Cool for the Summer
Lara has been mooning over Chase Harding her whole life, and finally he’s starting to notice her. Not only that, but he’s asking her out, stopping by where she works, waving at her while he plays football, just absolutely everything that Lara has dreamed of. But on the first day of school a new girlContinue reading “Cool for the Summer”
The Rise of Kyoshi
As the title of this book suggests, this story is all about Avatar Kyoshi and specifically focuses on her early life and finding out she is the Avatar. What makes this interesting is that she doesn’t find out until she is 16.
Watch Over Me
Nina LaCour is the author of one of my favorite books of all time, Everything Leads to You. I’ve been anxious about picking up her other books because I was worried that it wouldn’t live up to what I had experienced before. The synopsis of this book was interesting enough that I thought I wouldContinue reading “Watch Over Me”
Perfect On Paper
Darcy is all about love and relationships. She watches YouTube videos about types of attachment styles, how to communicate your needs, basically everything to do with relationships. All of this research to help her with her own secret service: Locker 89. In an abandoned locker at school, Darcy operates a love life advice service toContinue reading “Perfect On Paper”
The City We Became
This may come as a shock, but this is my first N. K. Jemisin book. I decided that this one may be a little easier to digest than her Broken Earth trilogy (which I do plan on reading!) and I think I was right. The basis of this story is that every city is aliveContinue reading “The City We Became”