Book Review: Five Feet Apart by Rachael Lippincott

Rating: 3.5/5 Not even sure what I expected from this book. I guess lots of forbidden kisses but that literally makes ZERO sense considering what this book is about. Book CWs Character DeathFatal IllnessDeportationIsolationDivorce Disclaimer: There is discord in the CF community about whether this book is helpful or harmful. Please refer to those conversations … Continue reading Book Review: Five Feet Apart by Rachael Lippincott

Book Review: Slayer by Kiersten White

Rating: 3/5 A book based in the Buffy universe that had so much potential and then kind of flew off the railings at the end. Book CWs Character DeathSupernatural Beings BullyingAbuse Premise Set after the events in Season Eight, the entire supernatural community is trying to adapt to a new world without magic. As a … Continue reading Book Review: Slayer by Kiersten White

Audio Book Review: Holes by Louis Sachar

Rating: Book: 4.5/5, Audiobook: 3/5 A very quick and enjoyable read that will make you laugh and maybe even cry a little. Book CWs Racism (including the G*psy slur)Character DeathFalse ImprisonmentCurseBullyingStarvation Premise Stanley Yelnats and his paternal side of the family have always had bad luck. It has been said that their ill fate is … Continue reading Audio Book Review: Holes by Louis Sachar

Book Review: The Revolution of Birdie Randolph

Rating: 3/5 A coming of age story that I never really felt connected to. Book CWs RacismPolice BrutalityAbuseDrug/Alcohol Abuse Premise Dove (Birdie) Randolph has always been who her parents (more specifically, her mom) wanted her to be. Just a sophomore in high school, Birdie is already forced to do everything in her power to prepare … Continue reading Book Review: The Revolution of Birdie Randolph

Book Review: One of Us Is Lying

Rating: 4/5 An interesting story reminiscent of The Breakfast Club but...with murder. Book CWs Character DeathAbusive RelationshipsHomophobiaViolence Premise Five classmates find themselves in detention for violations that they didn't actually commit and that's not even the beginning of their troubles. Only four of them make it out alive. Now each of them are suspects in … Continue reading Book Review: One of Us Is Lying