Thank you Netgalley and Bloomsbury for the e-galley of Breaking, by Danielle Rollins! It was billed as: “prep school gets a twist of supernatural suspense in this YA thriller.” I’ve been binge watching Gossip Girl (for the very first time, can you believe that?), so this sounded right up my alley with my recent tastes. […]
Thanks so much to Netgalley for the opportunity to read and review an advanced digital copy of She, Myself, and I by Emma Young! This is Young Adult (contemporary) fiction and has an expected publication date of September 5th, 2017. I honestly didn’t know what to expect going into this. I’m privileged to be able-bodied, so […]
Ready for a heartbreakingly beautiful piece of literature to start your summer with? Look no further, because Everything I Never Told You, by Celeste Ng, is something I recommend a hundred times over, to any reader.
Kevin Kwan’s third book in the Crazy Rich Asians series, Rich People Problems, is scheduled for a May 23rd release, but I was lucky enough to get an advanced copy from Random House (yay)! It only took me about a week to work my way up to reading this third installment, and I’m so glad […]
Up on the blog today is Book #2 of Kevin Kwan’s Crazy Rich Asians series! China Rich Girlfriend is as opulent as the title suggests, with a lot of excessive spending, haute couture, juicy gossip, and intricate social maneuvering.
I am over the moon about this book! I’ve been recommending it to all of my friends, and even my dad. Crazy Rich Asians, by Kevin Kwan, popped up on my radar several years while I was interning at the Asia Society, and for whatever reason, I was wary of reading something described as “outrageously […]
I don’t read nearly enough graphic novels, and I safely say that most of my friends don’t either! So that’s why I was excited to post a review for American Born Chinese, by Gene Luen Yang. It’s got amazing art, a fantastic story that melds cultures together, and an earnestness that you can’t deny.
Have you ever been a fangirl? A loyal member of a fandom? Denounced a movie because of the way it misrepresented your childhood obsession and royally screwed up your favorite characters (*ahem Avatar: The Last Airbender ahem*)? Felt like you belonged in your favorite book, show, or video game more than the “real world?” Then […]