Showing posts from 2018

The Forgotten Book by Mechthild Glaser Review

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Today I will be reviewing The Forgotten Book by Mechthild Glaser.
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First off, I would like to say that I was so excited for this book and I thought that the story idea was incredible! So let's get into this. I thought that the plot, although interesting, was sometimes muddled at times. Things just seemed to happen and they always happened at really random times and I wasn't a fan of that. (Especially with things that were happening with my favorite character of the first 60 pages of the book). I thought that some of the character's relationships were excellently done and I enjoyed reading about them, but others I thought were too underdeveloped.  Something else that I would like to say is that although this book takes place in modern times, it made it so it felt like everything was happening years and years ago, which I thought was confusing.  The writin…

Along for the Ride by Sarah Dessen Review

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Today I will be reviewing Along for the Ride by Sarah Dessen. Firstly, I would like to say that I am sorry to have not posted anything on here in a while. Things have been hectic and I have been in a bit of a slump. But I'm back at it again with another review!

This book, although there were some things that were more emotional in it, was the perfect light and fluffy book to breeze through. This being my second Sarah Dessen book, I had expected as such based on the first one. This, I felt, was an entirely character based book. There wasn't much plot occurring, which generally happens with the romantic contemporaries because they are generally all about the characters and their relationships.  With that being said, I thought that the characters were entirely well-done. Even the ones that I hated, like the father, Robert, and the mother, I still thought were constructed well. Auden, I thought was a good main character to have because you could easily how the story arch …

Warcross by Marie Lu Review (Mild Spoilers)

Hi guys,
Today I will be reviewing Warcross by Marie Lu!
Warning, there are some mild spoilers in this upcoming review. They are not big or unexpected really, but in case you really don't want to know anything going into this book, do not continue, just drop to the bottom and see my rating of the book.

Okay, so I read this over a long time, so this won't be a really in-depth review. All I'm gonna do is do some of the bullet points of what I think about the book.  I really enjoyed Hideo as a character and even though I thought that the relationship between Hideo and Emika was a little too much of an "instalove" or at least it just went by too quickly, I still kinda enjoyed reading about it.  The whole idea of Warcross I thought was really cool and this really is what could happen with the advancements in technology and people's increased interest in gaming. It reminded me of Ready Player One, but completely different, which I liked.  I really liked a lot of th…

Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda by Becky Albertalli Review

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Today I will be reviewing Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda by Becky Albertalli.

Bet you guys didn't even realize that I was reading this unless you follow my Instagram (@bookloversliftingandcrushing1) but I finished it and Im ready for the review. First I wanna say that I just picked this book up because I found it on the shelf at Barnes and Noble and I said "What the hell, the movie's coming out anyways, might as well".  Now lets get into the review...
So let me start off by saying that this was a really cool idea for a book. It all felt so real and purposeful. It was nice to read an LGBT book because I haven't really read that many and I am supportive of that community. I will say that one thing that I didn't really enjoy that much about this book was the fact that the author wrote it in that every other guy that Simon met was so hot and he was automatically attracted to them. Which I don't really like in books, whether the main character is …


Hi guys, Today I will be sharing with you guys the winners of 2017's YA Book Awards! I know, I know, you guys are probably thinking, Delaney, you should've had this post out like a month ago, but I was just so busy and I wanted to give more time for those few people who went in after the New Year to vote, so I am finally showing the winners today!
Most Badass Female Protagonist/Best Female Protagonist Nominees: Feyre Archeron Mia Coreve Emma Carstairs Lada Dracul

FEYRE ARCHERON! Credit to this amazing artist! I know, big surprise, right? Yes, Feyre did take the lead over Emma Carstairs who was a close second!

Most Badass Male Protagonist/Best Male Protagonist Nominees: Rhysand Chaol Westfall Julian Blackthorn Kit Herondale

RHYSAND! Credit to this amazing artist, truly impeccable work! Yes, our dear Rhysand won by a landslide, nobody else stood a chance.
Best Supporting Character Nominees: Will (The Book Jumper) Netta Archeron Cassian Kit Herondale