Tag: new adult

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 […]

Cam Girl Review: That Doesn’t Even Begin to Describe It

Cam Girl Review: That Doesn’t Even Begin to Describe It

If there’s anything I can tell you about Cam Girl, it’s that it is one hell of a confusing book. Undefinable really. Just like the characters in the story. It gave me many conflicted thoughts about some issues that I’ve never really thought in-depth about, such as gender binary, LGBTQIA+ and the porn industry, specifically camming and dark fetishes. […]

June 26, 2016 | 34 Comments
November 9 by Colleen Hoover Review: Hey Soulmate…Let’s Only Meet Once A Year

November 9 by Colleen Hoover Review: Hey Soulmate…Let’s Only Meet Once A Year

Do you believe in the concept of soulmates? Whether you do or you don’t makes it crucial for your enjoyment of this book. It starts off fairly innocently, as Fallon while having an unpleasant lunch with her dad, meets Ben. He becomes her fake boyfriend and they  instantly hit it off, with an unusual and intense […]

November 19, 2015 | 45 Comments
Black Iris by Leah Reader Review: Watch the World Burn

Black Iris by Leah Reader Review: Watch the World Burn

Dark, irresistible and captivating, Black Iris is undefinable. With fluid sexual orientations, substance abuse, a range of psychological issues and an unreliable narrator, it’s a dark and disturbing story that can only be read with an open mind. It’s told by an unreliable narrator who is driven by revenge, and you’re pulled along Laney’s dark and twisted game […]

October 30, 2015 | 55 Comments