Ah, yes, the month that seemed like it’d never end. Also the month where my book slump ended!
How do you speak out if you have no rights?
Having withdrawn from the EU, The Party made it so anyone born outside of England faces arrest and deportation. Failing to report an illegal is a crime.
Zara is an illegal, but she’s the only one who knows how Sophie died. Is it worth risking life as she knows it to tell the boy that she loves, the boy who deserves to know the truth?
“I wonder – if nobody is listening to my voice, am I making any sound at all?”
Radio Silence follows the life of Frances Janvier, a fangirl of a podcast, who does great academically. She makes sure these things never collide, though. One day she meets a shy boy named Aled who, it turns out, is the creator of her favourite podcast and a beautiful friendship forms.
Jena lives in a society where Mothers create daughters to be tiny enough to fit into tunnels and collect the harvest to survive. One day, she finds herself starting to question everything. Continue reading “Review: A Single Stone by Meg McKinlay”
“I feel like I might grow up to be somebody important.”
Junior lives on a reservation, where he gets beaten up and has been to too many funerals in his 14 years of life. But he wants something more, so he makes a leap and decides to transfer to a school full of rich white people. Will people accept him there or will his destiny remain the same?
In the latest installment of the Bookshop Girl series, Paige and Holly escape to seaside town Skegton-On-Sea to work at a book festival. What could be better than that?! Well, soon they find out that things won’t be as dreamy as they expected…
I consumed Turtles All The Way Down within a few hours, and I now have to come to terms with actually liking a John Green book for the first ever time, so this post is my way of processing all the feels I have. Because this book shattered my heart.