Publisher: HarperTeen

Review: Reboot – Amy Tintera

Review: Reboot – Amy Tin..

I bought Reboot a while ago and like most books, I actually forgot I had it. It wasn’t until I started seeing chatter about its sequel Rebel that I remembered and was finally inspired to read it. And once again I was happy to have done it. Reboot was more than I expected. It was action packed and had a great romance and a great dystopian feel. It was an entertaining read with great characters and a pleasure to read. Reboot is a dystopian novel mainly about Wren, a 17-year-old girl that was killed when she was 12 and rebooted […]

Posted March 27, 2014 by Andi / 0 Comments
Review: Split Second – Kasie West

Review: Split Second – K..

If you know me, you know my borderline obsession with Pivot Point. It was one of my favorite reads of 2013. It was quirky and clever and just really well done. I was the epitome of book bully and told everyone to read it. And then an amazing friend got me a copy of Split Second to borrow and read early. After freaking out in excitement I read the book and came to one conclusion. I legit have a fangirl crush on Kasie West. Split Second was fantastic. Just fantastic, fantastic, fantastic. Fair warning, read Pivot Point before reading any […]

Posted February 6, 2014 by Andi / 0 Comments
Review: A Radiant Sky – Jocelyn Davies

Review: A Radiant Sky – ..

I had no idea I would like books about angels until I, basically by accident, picked up A Beautiful Dark. You see, I had no idea the book had anything to do with angels and paranormal events. I thought it was a contemporary so imagine my shock when it was anything but and imagine my greater shock when I actually enjoyed it.  Having been a fan of the first book and a HUGE fan of the second, A Fractured Light I was so grateful when an early copy of A Radiant Sky was placed in my hands. And although not […]

Posted September 19, 2013 by Andi / 0 Comments
Review: Pivot Point – Kasie West

Review: Pivot Point – Ka..

I can’t even put into words my love of this book. I honestly feel like saying it was amazing is doing a disservice to it. Amazing is so over used, for me anyway, when talking about a book. But I can’t think of anything else to really use to describe Pivot Point. To say I fell in love with is it a huge understatement, and reading this book proved to me that I need to read/find more books like it. Like Parallel by Lauren Miller, I am completely enthralled with the concept West used in this creatively told novel about […]

Posted May 17, 2013 by Andi / 2 Comments
Review: Parallel – Lauren Miller

Review: Parallel – Laure..

I kept hearing how amazing this book was so when a friend got an advanced copy and sent it to me I was siked! Jumping in I didn’t really know what to expect. Was it paranormal? Was it a contemporary? Would it be too much science and universe talk? The more I read the more I realized that it didn’t matter what category it fell into. It didn’t matter if there was science talk and if the concept seemed out there on the surface. All that mattered was how fantastic this book was and how it got me thinking. You […]

Posted May 7, 2013 by Andi / 7 Comments