First off, thanks to net galley and the publisher for this early access audiobook! This book brought about a lot of mixed feelings for me, but overall- I really did enjoy being able to listen to this audiobook about friendship, field hockey, and feral rage. Dangerous Play is about a field hockey team that takes … Continue reading Dangerous Play by Emma Kress: A Review
A soft summer romance, with a bit of a strange audiobook narration.
There's a moment in All's Well where our main character, Miranda, tries to hide what she's been doing by saying its all a play. She raves that is is a play on Macbeth, on Dr. Faustus. This moment is clever- it's exactly what you've been reading, which is why I'm mentioning it to you, lovely … Continue reading All’s Well by Mona Awad: A Review
Trigger Warnings: Suicide, Suicidal Ideation, Depression, Animal Death, Animals Suffering The Sea is Salt and So Am I follows three teens whose lives are intertwined: Harlow, who wants to save her town and excels at making terrible decisions; Ellis, bisexual runner with a prosthetic foot who just wants to prove himself; Tommy, depressed artist who … Continue reading The Sea is Salt and So Am I by Cassandra Hartt: A Review
Can I just say, this cover is GORGEOUS. Breathtaking. I am deeply in love with this cover. I would marry this cover. I would adopt three kids with this cover. Despite the beauty and absolute magnificence of the cover, Six Crimson Cranes was not my favorite- but that’s more of a me problem than the … Continue reading Six Crimson Cranes by Elizabeth Lim: A Review