Jek/Hyde. Amy Ross. Mystery/Young adult/Retellings. 2017. 304 pages. 2 stars.
Are you really going to walk away? Or are you going to settle down and tell me what you want?
I received a review copy from HarperCollins in exchange for an honest review.
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Windfall. Jennifer E. Smith. Contemporary/Young adult. 2017. 418 pages. 2 stars.
“We have all sorts of words that could describe us. But we get to choose which ones are most important.”
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Always and Forever, Lara Jean. Jenny Han. Contemporary/Young adult. 2017. 336 pages. 2 stars.
“I guess that’s part of growing up, too–saying goodbye to the things you used to love.” Continue reading “Always and Forever, Lara Jean (To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before#3)”
All the Bright Places. Jennifer Niven. Young Adult/Contemporary/Fiction. 388 pages. [Source: Purchased from Fully Booked]
“I learned that there is good in this world, if you look hard enough for it. I learned that not everyone is disappointing, including me, and that a 1,257-foot bump in the ground can feel higher than a bell tower if you’re standing next to the right person.”
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The Geography of You and Me. Jennifer E. Smith. Young Adult/Romance. 337 pages. 2014. 2.5 stars. [Source: eBook]
“There was no point in waiting for someone who hadn’t asked, and there was no point in wishing for something that would never happen.”
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99 Days. Katie Cotugno. Young Adult/Contemporary. April 21, 2015. 384 pages. 2 Stars. [Source: Bought]
I am so angry at this book, I am not even going to quote it like I normally do when I review books. Get ready, because you are going to see Angry Kyra.
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Alienated. Melissa Landers. Young Adult/Science Fiction/Romance. 2014. 344 pages. [Format: E-book]
“I won’t say that you’re pretty because that dog already did. And I won’t say you’re funny because you have had me laughing since I met you.” Continue reading “Alienated”