Learning to Swear in America by Katie Kennedy was such a unique read. Yuri is a seventeen year-old Russian physicist prodigy, who is recruited to the United States to help save the world. An asteroid is headed toward Earth and NASA needs every mind they can get. Yuri had been sheltered in Russia […]
Genre: New Experience
Meet Me Here by Bryan Bliss had some amazing moments and one giant tired trope. Set over the course of one crazy night, Thomas and his childhood best friend Mallory set out to see if they can complete their younger selves’ bucket list before Thomas leaves for basic training. Thomas is supposed […]
I have read one of Shari Goldhagen’s previous books, In Some Other World Maybe, and have her other, Family and Other Accidents, but have not gotten to it yet. I really liked the one I read and I was excited to see that she was coming out with her first […]
The Heir and the Spare is ridiculously cute. Smoking hot prince meets slightly awkward American Oxford student. Cue family drama, social drama and relationship drama. Now The Heir and the Spare is not groundbreaking but what it is, is a well written modern love story and as I have said […]
♦ So another memoir that was fine. Not bad but not great. I am really looking for a memoir that draws me into that period in another’s life and immerses me into their truth. This one, while a good read, did not suck me in. It read as more of […]
♦ Madeline is a “bubble” kid. Suffering from Severe combined immunodeficiency (SCID) she is allergic to the world.