Review: The Upside of Unrequited by Becky Albertalli

I’ve been flying through books recently but it definitely too me longer than it should have to pick up this new 2017 release by Albertalli. I’ve also had a good run of amazing books, which is a wonderful and sometimes rare occurrence. This was basically high school me in book form and it was amazing. The basic premise of the upside of unrequited is the … Continue reading Review: The Upside of Unrequited by Becky Albertalli

Review: Autoboyography by Christina Lauren

I’m on a serious gay YA kick and I found another amazing book! Autoboyography is essentially about a bi teen in a heavily Mormon town, where he meets, the also incredibly Mormon, TA Sebastian while in a novel writing seminar class (THE seminar). This was another book that surpassed my expectations. There were moments that had me frustrated and sad and others that literally made … Continue reading Review: Autoboyography by Christina Lauren

Review: The Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue by Mackenzi Lee

This book, guys. THIS BOOK. Get ready for a massive gush. The Gentleman’s guide is officially one of my most loved books read in 2017. It was just SO GOOD. I’m not going to tell you much about this book because I think it’s most impactful going in blind as I did but I’ll just say this: a historical novel about a shameless gay gentleman … Continue reading Review: The Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue by Mackenzi Lee

“Simon vs. the Homo sapiens agenda” Vs. “Love, Simon”

                 I must have had my head under water recently because I only just found out that there is going to be a “Simon vs the Homo sapiens agenda” MOVIE! Renamed “love, Simon”. And I’m basically over here like: Simon vs the Homo sapiens agenda is probably one of my most beloved books and protagonists of all time, … Continue reading “Simon vs. the Homo sapiens agenda” Vs. “Love, Simon”

Book Review:Rightful Heir by Becca Ketelsleger


Journeying across the sea to the island of Bryton, Detta Antille dreams of finding  adventure in the court of the well-loved King Aidan. But when she arrives, she is met with tragedy. After the death of King Aidan, Bryton is in shambles and the fight for the crown has begun. the King’s sister, Morgana, has commenced her march on Calentto and the adulterous former Queen, Glorianna, hides in sanctuary, claiming to carry the King’s child. It is soon discovered that Aidan has named another heir, his young friend Victor Constantine. Against seemingly impossible odds, a small group of loyal knights, politicians ans citizens begin a quest to win the unknown man the crown. Throughout her journey to help place Victor on the throne, Detta begins to question everything she once held true and eventually comes to see that the fate of a nation rests on her shoulders. Continue reading “Book Review:Rightful Heir by Becca Ketelsleger”

Book Review: The Fray Theory: Resonance by Nelou Keramati


Neve Knightly lives in an ordinary world. Where déjà vu is nothing more than a mind-9595740_origtrick. Where premonitions are dismissed as mere coincidence. Where no one thinks twice about the glitches in their reality.
Neve Knightly is living a lie.
But when her nightmare of a tragedy comes true the very next day, she can no longer seek solace in self-deception. The glossy enamel has been shattered, and she has caught a glimpse of what slithers just beneath the surface.
She now has the opportunity to decipher the enigma that’s been haunting her since childhood. But her quest soon becomes deeply entangled with the last two people she could have ever imagined: the love of her life, Dylan, who mysteriously vanished three years ago, and his estranged best friend, Romer, who seems to be guarding a secret of his own.
Romance, rancor, and redemption plummet as priorities, as their lives become riddled with peculiar happenings lying just outside the realm of science. And in search for salvation, they emerge at the brink of unveiling the best-kept secret in human history. Continue reading “Book Review: The Fray Theory: Resonance by Nelou Keramati”