I can’t wait for these books!
The author behind the hit One of Us is Lying is back with her sophomore novel, Two Can Keep a Secret.
The 2020 primaries are going to be atrocious, we can all acknowledge that, but I’m sitting here with my fingers crossed that Howard Schultz launches an independent campaign.
The story of the girl who was shot by the Taliban for going to school is well-known now that that girl, Malala Yousafzai, has won the Nobel Peace Prize
The huge, thousand-plus page ARC of The Priory of the Orange Tree has been one of the most requested ARCs this past year, and now, it’s finally out in the real world for everyone to read. To celebrate, let’s look back on Samantha Shannon’s other work. The Priory of the Orange Tree The House of…
I was looking for a book of poetry or in verse for my YA literature class and this one came highly recommended. I flew through it like I do all books in verse and I really enjoyed it.
In my effort to expand my horizons this year, I’m trying to read more poetry and more graphic novels.
The 57 Bus is true crime meets social justice meets great reporting.
If you like well-researched and well-written nonfiction on hot-button issues like diversity, police, and the modern political moment, look no further than the books of Heather MacDonald.
One of the PopSugar Reading Challenge prompts for 2019 asks you to read a book with “love” in the title
One of the January releases for Audible Originals was a real throwback!
I couldn’t wait any longer to get my hands on this book, one of the most frequent “best of 2018” books