The Undercurrent Review: Electrifying Military Secrets

The Undercurrent Review: Electrifying Military Secrets

Set in a techno-futuristic world where corporations rule, The Undercurrent explores a time in the near future when teenage girl can wield electricity from her own hands. She’s protected by a soldier called Ryan, but what does the military want with her? Why are the Agitators after her? The Undercurrent is frightfully accurate as it feels like […]

August 17, 2017 | 2 Comments
The Sandcastle Empire Review: It’s A Game Of Survival With Questionable World-Building

The Sandcastle Empire Review: It’s A Game Of Survival With Questionable World-Building

Apparently this book has been optioned for film, which I believe is a waste of time after finishing it. The Sandcastle Empire unfortunately rubbed me in all the wrong ways, and I wouldn’t really recommend it to readers looking for something with substance. The only thing it has going is the story of survival and […]

August 15, 2017 | 11 Comments
The Reading Quest Sign Up and TBR

The Reading Quest Sign Up and TBR

Hi everyone! Long time no blog. I’ve been away on hiatus because of a personal issue but I’m slowly crawling my way back. Jeann and I haven’t really been reading much because she’s busy with wedding planning (not long to go now!) and I’ve been in the biggest reading slump of my life! We thought […]

August 12, 2017 | 10 Comments
By Jenna
Posted in Books
Chatterbox: About My Love For Non-European Fantasies + Recommendations

Chatterbox: About My Love For Non-European Fantasies + Recommendations

Eurocentrism, or Western-centrism, is prominent in both society and literature due to many reasons. It stems from the colonization that happened during the 17th century and continued with the way the colonial empires shaped the present day that we’re in. As such, many books in Young Adult literature focus on cultures, myths, and traditions that […]

August 1, 2017 | 18 Comments
By Aila J.
Posted in Chatterbox, Features