Tag: young adult

Missing Review: Pros and Cons of Creepers in the Woods

Missing Review: Pros and Cons of Creepers in the Woods

The Good Things A Kelley Armstrong novel! She’s one of my favourite authors and I’m terribly behind on her novels, especially her newer YA stuff. They’re all really entertaining. Standalone YA thriller. Pacing starts off nice and fast. I couldn’t put it down. The villain likes to taunt Winter and it’s really creepy and terrifying. […]

July 6, 2020 | 2 Comments
By Bec
Posted in 3 stars, Books, Reviews
Only Mostly Devastated Review: The Most Adorable and Heartwarming Contemporary

Only Mostly Devastated Review: The Most Adorable and Heartwarming Contemporary

Only Mostly Devastated was such a cute and heartfelt contemporary novel about grief, family, friendship and identity. It was lighthearted and adorable, but also explored some complex and serious themes, including loss and sexual identity. I enjoyed the themes, the characters and the writing immensely and I’m keen to pick up Sophie Gonzales’s debut novel to […]

May 14, 2020 | 5 Comments
By Jenna
Posted in 4 stars, Books, Reviews
Bec’s YA Reads for Quarantine

Bec’s YA Reads for Quarantine

A little while ago, I posted about the comfort reads that were getting me through my self-isolation period after coming home from New Zealand. Much to my surprise, that list was entirely comprised of historical romance novels. Clearly, I had been deviating from my old YA fantasy niche. Since Happy Indulgence is a predominately YA […]

May 11, 2020 | 14 Comments
By Bec
Posted in Books, Chatterbox