The Girl From Everywhere by Heidi Heilig

This is one of those ratings I want to put a bunch of asterisks after because this book had some serious problems, yet I still ended up really enjoying it!! Nix and her fellow pirate-ish folks can travel anywhere in history (but also to fantasy worlds too??) if they have a map… Read more…

Graceling by Kristin Cashore

I loved the castles, princes, and the whole fantasy setting, but otherwise this book really fell flat for me. I think it might have been more unique when it was first released, but at this point every fun element of this book has been done in a better way. Read more…

Author Q&A: Anna Breslaw

Scarlett Epstein Hates it Here by Anna Breslaw might have one of the most hilariously real main characters I’ve read in a really long time. The book portrays an intense Tumblr fandom so well that I needed to do a Q&A with Anna to see if anything came from personal experience.  Read more…

The Lost Hero by Rick Riordan

I thought the Percy Jackson series was fun, but I like this one a lot more! The characters are in their teens now and the tone seems like it’s aimed at a slightly older audience than the previous series. Read more…

Caraval by Stephanie Garber

I’m not sure if I should call this one of my favorite books of 2016 or 2017, but it’s definitely at the top of both lists! I can totally see why Fox already bought the movie rights!! Read more…

Assassin’s Heart by Sarah Ahiers

This story started out SO promising and had a ton of potential (it was billed as Romeo & Juliet meets The Godfather), but turned out to be excruciatingly dull and hollow. I still finished it because the world was cool, but… Read more…

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