arc review: the spring girls//a modern retelling of little women

A special thank you goes out to Netgalley, Gallery books, and Simon and Schuster for allowing me to read this early. All thoughts and opinions are my own. expected publication: january 2 You guys don’t understand how excited I was and still am for this book! It’s a modern retelling of Little Women! How much … More arc review: the spring girls//a modern retelling of little women

the testing book review// another reason i love dystopias

This was definitely very Hunger Games-esque but it had its own unique twist to it. It was almost more sinister because you knew as much as Cia when it came to the Testing. And I find that lack of knowledge really terrifying. At least with the Hunger Games, everyone knew it was children killing children and they … More the testing book review// another reason i love dystopias

off the page book review: a solid end to a cute duology

This book wasn’t as strong as the first book but I appreciated it nonetheless. I needed something after Between the Lines. I needed to know what happened to Oliver and Delilah. I wanted to know if they made things work or if they didn’t. I really wanted to see how Oliver would navigate high school. In … More off the page book review: a solid end to a cute duology