In which I review In Real Life, a book about a spring break road trip to get catfished.
In which I review this raunchy, important debut novel.
In which I review this short, twisty offering from E. Lockhart.
In which I briefly review each of the audiobooks I read in 2013.
I loved this book. It’s realistic without being overly dark. It’s set in the 80s without sounding like a research paper. It’s romantic without being graphic. It’s lovely and sassy without calling too much attention to itself. It’s hopeful without being unrealistic.
This issue-y YA classic left me feeling a little bummed.
Micro-reviews of thirteen books I’ve read this year.
Micro-reviews of 10 books I’ve read this year.
Enna Burning is the second book in Shannon Hale’s Bayern series. (The Goose Girl is the first book.) This one centers, of course, on Enna and her ability to speak to fire.