YA REVIEW: PRODIGY PRINCE BY NATASHA SAPIENZA

 if the Bible met Harry Potter - this novel would be the result. Prodigy Prince by Natasha Sapienza is a young adult novel which tells the story of Prince Nuelle, the youngest prince of the Supreme King Nifal of Zephoris. Prodigy Prince is the first novel in Sapienza's The Seven Covenant series, and is fundamentally a creative and imaginative [...]

YA ANTHOLOGY REVIEW: LOVE AT THE EDGE OF SEVENTEEN

I was lucky enough to be given a free ARC of this novel, thanks to NetGalley, in exchange for an honest review. overall rating: 4/5 Hey dudes, This review has only taken me the better part of the month to write because every single time I sat down to write book reviews…well, I had assessments [...]

NEW! INDIE YA REVIEW: HAPPILY BY CHAUNCEY ROGERS

NEW! INDIE YA REVIEW: HAPPILY BY CHAUNCEY ROGERS

No fairy godmother. No magic pumpkin. Just one grumpy girl and a glass slipper. Happily by Chauncey Rogers narrates a wonderfully humorous and adventurous tale of Laure, a teenage street urchin trying her hardest to leap-frog out of Écarlate and find a home somewhere far away. Where the rest of the world sees an enchanting and romantic [...]

BOOKS THAT I HATED #MEH #booktubeBRILLIANCE

  And I'm back! With another video! I do have to admit, it was kind of fun to film this! Only because I was slightly crazy and I don't remember much of what I was trying to say. Most of these videos are 'stream of consciousness' videos so...enjoy! Let me know what books you found [...]

QUEER YA REVIEW: THE DANGEROUS ART OF BLENDING IN BY ANGELO SURMELIS

A Triumphant Celebration of Diversity and Self-Discovery In celebration of the fact that The Dangerous Art of Blending In by Angelo Surmelis was finally released in Australia and New Zealand yesterday, I wanted to post my review as quickly as possible. Happy reading! The Dangerous Art of Blending In by Angelo Surmelis would have to have been [...]

YA REVIEW: BEFORE I LET GO BY MARIEKE NIJKAMP

"In Lost, difference comes at a price..." Before I Let Go by Marieke Nijkamp is a haunting thriller that will stay with the reader long after they turn the final page. It tells an emotional story of loss, grief and the inhumanity a community can condone in order to fulfil their selfish desires. The main narrative [...]

REVIEW: MODERN CLASSIC BOOK PIC OF THE MONTH

THE CRUCIBLE BY ARTHUR MILLER “…children of a history which still sucks at the Devil’s teats.” (p. 38) Is it blasphemous that I have not read The Crucible till now? I went through my entire high school experience without ever being in any sort of contact with this book (nor did we ever learn about the [...]