Willa Parker (whose name you don’t know until Chapter 5) has decided to leave her cafeteria table of gentle misfits and go to boarding school. Though she hasn’t spoken to her mother in a long while, she knew her mom could pull the... Read More | Share it now!
This review is part of my Two Weeks of Thanks to book publisher Merit Press. They have generously and continuously provided me with books to review over the past two years.
Sadie Marlowe is apprehensive about leaving her Oregon high school half-way... Read More | Share it now!
New girl at boarding high school runs, drinks a lot of coffee and takes caffeine pills to stay awake so she doesn’t have recurring bad dream. Odd things and weird coincidences happen and make her feel like someone is watching her. She finds out that... Read More | Share it now!
Since we only have about two weeks left until school starts, I decided to go with books where the school or being at school is an integral part of the story. Do you have other faves? Let me know in the comments!
Anna and the French Kiss by... Read More | Share it now!
Of course, I began my trek through John Green’s world with the ubiquitous The Fault in Our Stars. How could I not? The cover alone whistles for you to take a look. I hadn’t yet heard of John Green and his tales that giveth and taketh... Read More | Share it now!