Author: Jenny McLachlan

Stargazing for Beginners Review: Seeing Stars from the Confusing Lack of Plot

Stargazing for Beginners Review: Seeing Stars from the Confusing Lack of Plot

I’ve read two of Jenny McLachlan’s books previously and enjoyed them but Stargazing for Beginners left me kind of disappointed. I found the plot to be extremely boring and the abundance of disliked tropes in this book made it hard for me to stay engaged and get through it. This book follows Meg, a space-obsessed 15 year […]

July 6, 2017 | 8 Comments
Star Struck Review: A 3.5 Star Kind Of Struck

Star Struck Review: A 3.5 Star Kind Of Struck

Star Struck, the fourth book in Jenny McLachlan’s companion series, is a very fast-paced and easy contemporary read. If you’re looking for something quick to read, with some good character development, you should check out these companion novels. I’ve previously read Sunkissed (The Ladybirds #3) and also enjoyed the character development and female friendships in […]

June 8, 2016 | 10 Comments
Contemporary YA Reviews #4 – Flirty Dancing by Jenny McLachlan & Red at Night by Katie McGarry

Contemporary YA Reviews #4 – Flirty Dancing by Jenny McLachlan & Red at Night by Katie McGarry

I can’t help but feel I’m in the wrong age group for Flirty Dancing. It’s incredibly light and fluffy, and with the main character Bea being only 14, I’d take a guess that it’s aimed towards the younger YA spectrum (of which I am nowhere near). It took me a few goes of picking up this book, […]

December 18, 2014 | 29 Comments