Did you grow up on Harry Potter? Are you now finished with grad school, and a little grumpier than you used to be? Pick up A Deadly Education wherever books are sold.
This is a book that is read by most middle schoolers these days, and when I posted in my intern housing GroupMe that we were going to be watching the film one night in the fall of 2018, I had a dozen people crammed into my living room to watch
This fun, fresh take on regional beauty pageants, magical realism, and friendship really hit the spot when I read it
A super queer, very bloody short story collection about vampires
Hello, it’ s me, the woman who cannot stop talking about Little Women.
Every single time a “classic” is adapted to film everyone puts on their cardigans and has a debate over whether now is the time
was so excited when I heard Picoult say she was writing a book about Ancient Egypt, and this book delivers!
Tiffany D Jackson has brought her flawless style, amazing twists and fascinating characters to the R Kelly/#MeToo movement in Grown,
I don’t think I was really the right age at the right time to CONNECT with Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants when they first entered my life
Finally, after months of fear-mongering in my own brain, I tackled the Goliath of my TBR pile–To Sleep in a Sea of Stars,
Ruth Ware is back with a dual-POV thrilling mystery that is going to make you never want to ski ever again.
The ending is sweet—we love a good happy ending, the whale stuff was cute, but…yeah. A 3 star read for me.