The story of Rachel Carson after Columbine meets the school shooter dialogue of 2018 in That’s Not What Really Happened
Set in an all-too-near future, Dry by Neal Shusterman is a dystopian novel that will leave you thirsting for water and wary of every single individual you meet.
The sweeping trilogy that puts Gossip Girl into the future and splashes in some death comes to an end with The Towering Sky.
Mike Pence is one of the most interesting people in the Trump administration and the fact that he’s been able to avoid almost every scandal and major issue within the White House and has actually worked on policy is fascinating.
In her first book, Kelley Paul, shows the world the importance of female friendship, female empowerment, and puts into print the stories and feelings we’ve all experienced through our lives
Eliza Hart is dead, found at the bottom of the cliffs near her exclusive Big Sur boarding school. What happened to her? Was she pushed? And what’s up with the girl that everyone says was stalking her?
My family refuses to conduct road trips in silence, so when my grandmother and I were preparing for our drive to DC, I headed to the library to pick out an audiobook for our trip.
How did I miss To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before and it’s two sequels for so long? How did they never end up on my TBR pile until TATBILB hit Netflix and I binge-watched it TWICE in one day.
The Earth is under attack thanks to rapid environmental shifts and the only answer is..beyond. The Final Six by Alexandra Monir is a teenage space race
I love a good YA murder mystery so I was really excited to dive into The Cheerleaders by Kara Thomas, but at the end of the day, I don’t think it really came together as well as it was supposed to
I absolutely LOVE Ellen Hopkins’ book, particularly her YA verse books, and so I was over the moon when my #bookishwish was granted and an ARC of People Kill People showed up on my door step!
Amy Poehler wrote a book! But it’s really not what I was expecting and overall, I wasn’t impressed