Tag: young adult

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 Build-Up Season Blog Tour: Author Q&A & Giveaway

The Build-Up Season Blog Tour: Author Q&A & Giveaway

Today I’m participating in the blog tour of The Build-Up Season, a new LoveOzYA book that will be released next week by Penguin Random House Australia. I think the author provided some honest, thoughtful answers below and I hope you enjoy reading it! AUTHOR Q&A 1. What was your inspiration behind The Build-Up Season? I […]

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