{Review} A Little Something Different by Sandy Hall

A quick, light, and funny read, A Little Something Different by Sandy Hall kept us laughing out loud.

{Review} Nightmares! by Jason Segel and Kirsten Miller

Funny, adventurous, and exciting, Nightmares is not to be missed. With humor, emotion and action, Miller and Segel have captured the true heart of what a Middle Grade novel should be.

{Review} Even in Paradise by Chelsey Philpot

The brilliant world Chelsey Philpot created in Even in Paradise is filled with mystery and an underlying angst that is authentic and beautiful, but the characters fell short for us and the end left something to be desired.

{Tour} Loop by Karen Akins (with Interview and Review)

Action packed with a swoonworthy boy we know you’ll love, Loop by Karen Akins is definitely for you if you love time travel adventures. Check out our Review, along with MC Finn’s Favorite Movies!

{Review} Love and Other Unknown Variables by Shannon Lee Alexander

Heartbreaking and real, Love and Other Unknown Variables will have readers experiencing the soaring heights of first-time love with whip-smart characters reminiscent of a John Green novel.

{Review} Sway by Kat Spears

We wanted more from these characters–transition, redemption, something. We didn’t get it, but maybe you’ll like SWAY by Kat Spears a lot more than we did.

{Review} Feuds by Avery Hastings

The forbidden romance of Romeo and Juliet with a dystopian vibe? We’re all about it. Though we wanted more from the characters and the world in Feuds by Avery Hastings, we liked it and will definitely be back for more.

{Review} Brutal Youth by Anthony Breznican

Emotional and intense, Brutal Youth by Anthony Breznican is filled with drama and will have you turning the pages, absorbing the words as fast as you can take them in.