This book is not for the squeamish because…plague, anatomy lectures, dissection of human remains, etc, etc, but I’m going to force everyone around me to read it so…get ready.
Today in reviews, we have a not-so-rousing rendition of “wow, I was disappointed by an author I used to love.”
Kasie West meets Erin Hahn meets Camp Rock
A little more “substance” than a lot of YA romantic contemporary, but you’ve still got that teen angst and emotion to get you through
I could FEEL so much of her personality and heart in this book, and it was the perfect low-stakes teen contemporary I needed this week.
There are few things I like more than a boarding school book, and a boarding school book with an under-pining of toxic pandemics? Oooh, right?
A super queer, very bloody short story collection about vampires
I LOVED Good Girl’s Guide to Murder when I finally picked it up
Ava, CJ, Jordan, and Martha have been best friends since they were five years old–one of them will be President of the United States.
I was sold the second I heard about Yes No Maybe So
I, in theory, love a good short story collection
A Star is Born gets a country-teen crossover in You’d Be Mine by Erin Hahn