Author: Jenna

Contemporary Reviews: Phantom Limbs & The Year We Fell Down

Contemporary Reviews: Phantom Limbs & The Year We Fell Down

I love a book that deals with grief and Phantom Limbs delivers a wonderful story about grief. What I really loved about it was that it wasn’t dark and heavy, but instead was relatively lighthearted and charming. Rather than solely focusing on grief as a theme, this book also explores friendship and first love and […]

Chatterbox: Why I Read Historical Fiction

Chatterbox: Why I Read Historical Fiction

We’ve done a series of Chatterbox posts on this blog discussing why we love and read a certain genre and I thought I’d tell you a few reasons why I read historical fiction. I’ll also give a few YA historical fiction recommendations at the end of this post. Check out our other posts in this […]

October 12, 2016 | 17 Comments
By Jenna
Posted in Chatterbox, Features
Our Chemical Hearts Review: My Heart Wasn’t Really In It…

Our Chemical Hearts Review: My Heart Wasn’t Really In It…

Contemporary is my favourite genre but unfortunately Our Chemical Hearts fell into the sub-category of contemporary that I don’t enjoy reading. I couldn’t connect with the characters or their stories at all and almost gave up after 100 pages. The ending did redeem the book slightly but overall, the novel was a bit unmemorable and […]

September 28, 2016 | 20 Comments