Person + Computer + Blue Screen of Death = Drugs (say whaaaat?)

Person + Computer + Blue Screen of Death = Drugs (say whaaaat?)

Bluescreen by Dan WellsSeries: Mirador #1Published by: Balzer & Bray on February 16, 2016Genre: Crime, Dystopian, Science Fiction, Young AdultPages: 352Source: EdelweissGoodreads Rating: 4/5Los Angeles in 2050 is a city of open doors, as long as you have the right connections. That connection is a […]

Review: The Body Electric by Beth Revis

Review: The Body Electric by Beth Revis

I LOVED The Body Electric! It was exactly what I needed to get excited about books again. The Body Electric was riddled with government conspiracies, science experiments, and secrets! ALL OF MY FAVOURITE THINGS!! You know what one of my favourite things is? When there’s […]

Review: Captive by Aimée Carter

Review: Captive by Aimée Carter

For the most part, I really liked Captive. It was a really good second book in a series and actually felt important (unlike most second books). We had an intense story about Elsewhere, which was really cool to read about! Plus there were more secrets, […]

Into the Deep by Samantha Young

Into the Deep by Samantha Young

If you’re a fan of Samantha Young’s On Dublin Street series, Into the Deep is a must-read! It’s just as hot, romantic, and captivating as the On Dublin Street series, but it’s still different and has its own unique story. My favourite thing about Into […]

Covet by Tracey Garvis-Graves

Covet by Tracey Garvis-Graves

Covet had an aura of sadness and tragedy around it. Claire desperately wants her husband Chris’s attention and affection. Chris wants to give it, but feels like he needs to work really hard to impress his boss and secure his job. They both want to […]

A Tale of Two Centuries by Rachel Harris

A Tale of Two Centuries by Rachel Harris

The first thing I loved about A Tale of Two Centuries was how different it felt from My Super Sweet Sixteenth Century. Alessandra’s voice felt SO different from Cat’s (which is a great thing, because they’re from two different centuries! 😛 ). That really made […]

Fire & Flood by Victoria Scott

Fire & Flood by Victoria Scott

I loooooved Fire & Flood! Honestly, the main thing that pulled me into this book was the “animal companion” aspect. I’ve always been a crazy fan of things like The Wild Thornberries, Pokémon, and The Golden Compass—TV shows, movies, and books that have some kind […]

The Infamous Ellen James by N.A. Alcorn

The Infamous Ellen James by N.A. Alcorn

The Infamous Ellen James is crude, raw, and vulgar There are f-bombs and c-bombs and inappropriate jokes on every single page. They can be hilarious, but they’re also extremely vulgar and inappropriate. Make sure you think carefully before picking this book up! “Sign language is […]

All Our Yesterdays by Cristin Terrill

All Our Yesterdays by Cristin Terrill

Overall I really liked All Our Yesterdays! By far the best part of the book was the time travel. I was worried that it was going to be confusing (always a possibility with time travel), but it wasn’t. I think the author did a great […]

Tandem by Anna Jarzab

Tandem by Anna Jarzab

Tandem is a fun and original new take on parallel universes! I think this book really proves how you can take a similar idea and twist it into something totally different. I got hooked on the idea of parallel universes after reading Parallel by Lauren […]

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