My Last Six Reads

American Royals 2: Majesty- In many ways, this was a perfect book two. I hope that this is just the middle of a trilogy, as there were a few story lines that were left unresolved by the end. I loved the first book and re-read the entire book before I went straight into this E-ARC … Continue reading My Last Six Reads

The UnAdoptables

There are a lot of people that are refusing to read, promote, and review this title. They find the orphan trope tiring, the message to children that they could be "unadoptable" horrifying, and have concerns about the physical appearance of said fictional orphans. I'm reviewing this fantasy- fiction title after I bought it and read … Continue reading The UnAdoptables

The Incredibly Dead Pets of Rex Dexter

Rex Dexter is itching to have a dog. He was practically born to have one. His name is Rex, for crying out loud. It's a dog's name. Any pooch is preferable, but a chocolate Labrador is the pinnacle. The best of the best. The dream of all dreams.When Rex's B-Day for Me-Day finally arrives, his … Continue reading The Incredibly Dead Pets of Rex Dexter

Book Review: Sparks!

Sparks is a hero and man's best friend, but nobody suspects he's two cats!This Super Dog is the Cat's Meow!August is a brilliant inventor who is afraid of the outside. Charlie is a crack pilot who isn't afraid of anything. Together these pals save lives every day. They also happen to be cats who pilot … Continue reading Book Review: Sparks!

Book Review: Blue Skies

For fans of Louisiana’s Way Home, this heartwarming novel tells the story of ten-year-old Glory Bea as she prepares for a miracle of her very own—her father’s return home.Glory Bea Bennett knows that miracles happen in Gladiola, Texas, population 3,421. After all, her grandmother—the best matchmaker in the whole county—is responsible for thirty-nine of them.Now, Glory … Continue reading Book Review: Blue Skies

Book Review: The Inside Battle

Thirteen-year-old Rebel Mercer lives in west Texas with his dad, Nathan, and his aunt Birdie. His dad is finally home after serving in the military, and Rebel longs for his approval. But something isn't right. His dad has PTSD, and lately he has been spending his time communicating with a racist, anti-government militia group called … Continue reading Book Review: The Inside Battle

Book Review: Quintessence

I attempt to read my advance reader copies in order of release date, although, more often than not one of them peaks my interest early. I have like zero self control when it comes to new books. I console myself knowing that early reader buzz leads to pre-orders which helps the author get a deal … Continue reading Book Review: Quintessence

Book Review: Gold Rush Girl

Newbery Medalist Avi brings us mud-caked, tent-filled San Francisco in 1848 with a willful heroine who goes on an unintended -- and perilous -- adventure to save her brother. Victoria Blaisdell longs for independence and adventure, and she yearns to accompany her father as he sails west in search of real gold! But it is … Continue reading Book Review: Gold Rush Girl

A Treasure Trove of February MG New Release Books

What's better than one new book review? How about four at once? I try not to write batch reviews, but I am struggling to catch up this week. If you would like any more details on any of these amazing new titles: please comment here or on any of my social links. When Mia moves … Continue reading A Treasure Trove of February MG New Release Books

Book Review: Homerooms and Hall Passes (Homerooms and Hall Passes #1)

In the mystical realm of Bríandalör, every day the brave and the bold delve into hidden temples or forgotten dungeons, battling vile monsters and evil wizards to loot their treasure hoards for sweet, sweet magic items.But in their free time, our heroes—Thromdurr the mighty barbarian, Devis the shifty thief, Vela the noble paladin, Sorrowshade the … Continue reading Book Review: Homerooms and Hall Passes (Homerooms and Hall Passes #1)