Month: July 2019

Never Look Back by Alison Gaylin | Review

Never Look Back by Alison Ga..

Review: Never Look Back by Alison Gaylin opens with letter 15-year-old April Cooper has written to her future child, and it pulled me in immediately. While this first letter is a written assignment for one of April’s ninth grade classes, she continues writing these letters and this becomes the basis for her POV throughout the […]

Posted July 17, 2019
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Kill the Queen & Protect the Prince by Jennifer Estep | Review

Kill the Queen & Protec..

REVIEW: Kill The Queen by Jennifer Estep starts out nice and slow, and builds nice and steadily as the world is laid out. This is a fantasy story set in the kingdom of Bellona. After a massacre leaves the Queen and most of the people at court dead, Evie (17th in line to the throne) […]

Posted July 10, 2019
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The Islanders by Meg Mitchell Moore | Review

The Islanders by Meg Mitchel..

REVIEW: I’m joining the chorus of others that are saying: The Islanders by Meg Mitchell Moore is a great beach read, a great pool read, a great summer read, a great everything read. I enjoyed each of these characters right away when I met them and only grew to love them more as the story […]

Posted July 3, 2019
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