Provided by NetGalley in exchange for an honest review, I expected Me, Myself & Lies for Young Women to be a fantastic resource for teens and adults alike. If it taught me anything, it was to read the blurb completely Read More
At first you’d think Hello Me, It’s You is just another compilation of letters from young adults to their teenage selves. Hardly a new concept, I know. But with mental health experiences at the heart of every letter, this book becomes a necessary Read More
In Magic Bitter, Magic Sweet, amnesiac Maire has the magical ability to bake cakes infused with feelings. I thought normal cake already gave me all the feels — starts with happiness, ends with guilt – but we’re talking real emotions here. There are Read More
Content warning: alcoholism, rape.
To be honest, I’m struggling to describe the set-up of Life is Like a Parade — so here’s the blurb I was given from NetGalley (who kindly gifted me this ebook so I could slate it). “After twenty-seven months in the Peace Read More
Infinity Reborn is the final book in the Infinity Trilogy. If you haven’t figured it out already, this means that the following review will definitely contain spoilers for the first two books (not that it matters — they weren’t great). Here’s what I thought Read More