Well Deserved Hype: Angie Thomas’s The Hate U Give (2017 Reading Book #49)

I’m always a bit wary of books about current social issues or other fads as I know publishing is a business and they’re going to pick books that will sell well, even if the story itself isn’t the best or what readers really need to read to understand an issue....

I Don’t Usually Read Graphic Novels: Bryan Lee O’Malley’s Lost At Sea (2017 Reading Book #48)

A friend gave me this book a couple of birthdays ago, and I am ashamed that it took me this long to sit down with it. I don’t normally read graphic novels, but I have read several of them for various courses in college. It’s a really interesting way to...

A Good Mix: 2017 Reading March Recap

While March still didn’t reach January’s record number of books, I did manage to read a couple more than I did in February, amounting to thirteen books. I also read several long, challenging books, which took more time to read than usual and thus caused me to only read thirteen...

An Adventure in History & Peculiarity: Miss Peregrine’s Peculiar Children series (2017 Reading Books #45-47)

In the fall of 2015, I first read Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children and was so creeped out by it that I decided not to continue reading the series even though I was intrigued as to how the story continued. I’d never read a YA novel that has creeped me...

This Wasn’t the Story I Longed For: Ellen Emerson White’s The President’s Daughter (2017 Reading Book #44)

I ran across the recommendation for this book around the time that Hillary Clinton lost the 2016 presidential election. This story sounded like the perfect escape from Trump’s reign. But unfortunately, much like the election, this novel did not live up to my hopes and dreams. The novel has a...
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