It has been 8 years since I read a Megan McCafferty book. I remember falling in love with her books in 2002 when I read Sloppy Firsts and continued that love when I read her Bumped duology. So I was really excited when I first heard about The Mall. And then I was extra excited when I read that it took place in 1991. I was a teenager in the 90s so I knew it would be fun to reminisce about a decade I loved. In the end I really enjoyed The Mall, but I didn’t love it. The Mall […]
Tag: Wednesday Books
Stay tuned for my review.
Recently I read Erin Hahn’s debut You’d Be Mine and I really enjoyed it. It hit all of the notes I love in a good YA book. It had music and road trips and good friends and relationship drama. I immediately became a fan of Hahn was I was really excited to have More Than Maybe to look forward to. Another book dealing with music and family relationships? Sign me up. And I can report not only did it also hit all the notes, it hit me straight in the feels. More Than Maybe is a delightful story about Vada […]
The one thing I think YA needs more of are books that take place on the road. Whether it is a road trip or a music related story, a book on the road is always great entertainment. As a reader you get to travel with the characters and see new places and experience new things. Honestly almost every book I have read that falls into this theme has been a win and You’d Be Mine is no exception. This book was a great combination of a road trip and music story and I enjoyed every page. You’d Be Mine is […]
I have been trying to read some Netgalley books I have had around on my TBR for a while. In April I shared 3 Netgalley mini reviews and I’m back again with 3 more. I have always been a fan of retellings. I love seeing an author take an older idea and making it their own. It is fun as a reader to have that comfort of something you know but with a twist. When my friend told me about Only Mostly Devastated and that is was a spin on the musical Grease, I was in. Fast forward to it […]