The weather is finally looking up and, with the sunshine, I want everything in my life to be lighter. That calls for some more easy-reading books! If you feel the same, I have a recommendation for you. Can Dreams Come True? by Krysten Lindsay Hager is a YA story about Cecily, a teenage girl who… Continue reading Book Review: Can Dreams Come True? by Krysten Lindsay Hager
I wouldn't be mad at anybody for thinking this is a young adult book review blog. It isn't but I have had quite the few YA reviews on here recently. I'm just discovering so many great stories from this genre recently that I just have to share! An Authentic Experience by Kelly Wittmann focuses on… Continue reading Book Review: An Authentic Experience by Kelly Wittmann
Okay, this is a pretty well-known book and you are probably wondering why the hell would I even bother writing a review. I just feel so deeply in love with this book, more than I have with any other book in a while, that I just couldn't resist. Eleanor and Park by Rainbow Rowell is about, well,… Continue reading Book Review: Eleanor and Park by Rainbow Rowell
Guys, I really can't believe how much more I am enjoying Young Adult books. Sci-fi/dystopian books are also creeping up my like-o-metre (totally made up that word). If there is one thing I am grateful to Joyful Antidotes for it is for opening up my range of reading genres. Emotional outburst aside, I would like… Continue reading Book Review: Aaru by David Meredith
Guys, I am back with a new YA series that you might just become obsessed with.
I mean, what else can I say? Gaber has absolutely nailed it again. When an author decides to publish a series, there is always a chance of the story becoming poorer as each book is published. Not the case here. Omorrow has the same suspense and thrill as the previous books, even more twists, and, if possible, more emotion.