Genre: Own Voices

Always and Forever, Lara Jean Review: Nostalgia of Finishing High School

Always and Forever, Lara Jean Review: Nostalgia of Finishing High School

Lara Jean and Peter Kavinsky, why are you so adorable? I loved this conclusion to their story, as they farewell high school and start a new chapter of their lives. This book just felt so nostalgic, perfectly capturing the excitement and nervousness that comes with finishing high school and the future possibilities of college and […]

June 13, 2017 | 17 Comments
Rich People Problems Review: Ridiculous, Excessive & Completely Addicting

Rich People Problems Review: Ridiculous, Excessive & Completely Addicting

What do you do when you’re outrageously rich and you’re part of the most powerful, influential families in Asia? You spend it of course, in the wildest and craziest ways. From plastering oneself with the next season’s designer labels, to being named a Countess and having everyone bow to them, to getting plastic surgery for […]

How To Make A Wish Review: This Book Granted My Wish For A Stunning Contemporary

How To Make A Wish Review: This Book Granted My Wish For A Stunning Contemporary

Easily one of the most memorable contemporary reads of the first half of 2017, How To Make A Wish captured my heart, squeezed it, hugged it, and never let go throughout the entire read. We have a rather bittersweet exploration of a mother and daughter relationship, the fresh, sweet new feelings of a newly-discovered relationship […]

May 1, 2017 | 14 Comments
The Hate U Give Review: Fighting Against Black Oppression

The Hate U Give Review: Fighting Against Black Oppression

Black kids getting shot. Murdered by police when unarmed without a reason. Working against a system that will never give them justice. Although Starr and Garden Heights is fictional, this is a story that is very real for many black families out there. When they’ve done absolutely nothing wrong, when they get themselves an education, work […]

March 24, 2017 | 35 Comments