Yes No Maybe So by Becky Albertalli and Aisha Saeed

”We might give it our all and crash and burn. But we might win. We might actually change things. And that maybe makes it still worth going for, don’t you think?” Jaime has been spending his summer helping his cousin with campaigning in time for a special election. When his mother encourages him to go canvassing, he can’t think of anything worse. However, Jaime has always wanted to … Continue reading Yes No Maybe So by Becky Albertalli and Aisha Saeed

How I Started Blogging

Just over a year ago girl_with_a_bookshelf _ * followed me on Instagram and completely opened me up to a new world I never knew existed. As an avid reader, with bookshelves overflowing, I was overjoyed to learn that ‘bookstagram’ was a thing. How had I gone so long without knowing it existed? After years of boring my non-bookish friends with pictures of books and libraries … Continue reading How I Started Blogging

American Royals by Katherine McGee

Two and a half centuries ago, America won the Revolutionary War and General George Washington was offered the crown. Today, the House of Washington still sit on the thrown with Princess Beatrice next in line. Beatrice’s whole life has been building up to her ruling the United States and the time for her reign is imminent.  Like most royal families, there is an heir and … Continue reading American Royals by Katherine McGee

Broken Things by Lauren Oliver

 “This is the problem with words and even stories: there is never one truth” Summer, Mia and Brynn are obsessed with a novel called The Way into Lovelorn. They begin to believe it is real, that the world of Lovelorn is really materialising around them, and start writing their own fan-fiction sequel.  One day, Summer is violently murdered in the woods where they all played … Continue reading Broken Things by Lauren Oliver

Fragments of the Lost by Megan Miranda

  Jessa Whitworth has lost the only boy she has ever loved. Jessa Whitworth has lost her friends. Jessa Whitworth has lost “herself.” Many months have passed since Jessa’s ex-boyfriend, Caleb, died but she still cannot find the strength to move on with her life. So when Caleb’s mother asks Jessa to clean out his room, things go from bad to worse. “The room is … Continue reading Fragments of the Lost by Megan Miranda

They Both Die at the End by Adam Silvera

“No matter how we choose to live, we both die at the end.” The year is 2017, the place is America, but this is not a place we recognise. A company called Death-Cast know the exact date of everyone’s death and make it their mission to inform Deckers that they will be dead within the next twenty-four hours. Many have tried to cheat death, all … Continue reading They Both Die at the End by Adam Silvera