Tag: realistic

Book Review : Take Me On by Katie McGarry

Book Review : Take Me On by Katie McGarry

June 24, 2014 Book review 10 ★★★★★

As far as I’m concerned, the Pushing the Limits series is the best contemporary YA series there is. Katie McGarry can do no wrong in my bookish eyes and every book just makes me crush on her characters a little bit more. This book is no exception. First Line of… Read more »

Book Review : Before You Die by Samantha Hayes

Book Review : Before You Die by Samantha Hayes

June 11, 2014 Book review 3 ★★★★

What I love about this nerve-jangling thriller is that it deals with teenage on-line bullying in a realistic but shocking way. This is a subject that can’t be talked about enough and I love that this book is highlighting it and bringing awareness to the topic. First Life of Before… Read more »

Book Review : Faking Normal by Courtney C. Stevens

Book Review : Faking Normal by Courtney C. Stevens

February 25, 2014 Book review 6 ★★★★

Faking Normal did a great job of capturing a realistic teen’s voice.  It felt raw and honest and while reading I was totally submerged into the pain that the main character felt. First Line of Faking Normal: “Black funeral dress.” My thoughts on Faking Normal: This one is really good! … Read more »

Book Review : Only For You by Genna Rulon

Book Review : Only For You by Genna Rulon

October 24, 2013 Book review 9 ★★★★

Only For You is a clever NA book with a well developed romance that gives this book a heart and that gave my heart cause for little palpitations. My Recap of Only For You : Everleigh is her final year of college and has her future career all mapped out.  Unfortunately… Read more »

Book Review : Wating on the Sidelines by Ginger Scott

Book Review : Wating on the Sidelines by Ginger Scott

August 29, 2013 Book review 0 ★★★★

Waiting on the Sidelines is a captivating, coming of age journey following Nolan from High School to starting college.  For everyone who ever felt unsure, lacking confidence and just pure awkward, then this is a book where you will recognise bits of yourself. My thoughts My favourite part of this… Read more »