I am still at a complete loss as to how to describe this book. I wouldn’t say that the premise is new, or the situations, or even the characters: it is the storytelling itself that felt new.
Gottie Oppenheimer is the second-born in a... Read More | Share it now!
Part of the fun while reading this book was deciphering the Oz-y slang used throughout the story. Some of it I guessed from context, some I looked up (I will now forever refer to an ice chest as an “esky”) and some I just didn’t... Read More | Share it now!
This is the story of Wren, her relationship with her best friends, meeting the love of her life, and learning how to deal with growing up.
Normally, I don’t read reviews before I write my own. I don’t want to be unduly influenced by someone... 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!