Blog Tour Review: We Made It All Up by Margot Harrison

Rating: 4 out of 5.

When no one can be trusted, who do you believe?

Thank you so much to TBR and Beyond Tours and Margot Harrison for allowing me to be part of this experience and also providing me with a complimentary ARC and media kit!

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Blog Tour Review: A Perfect Mistake by Melanie Conklin

Rating: 4 out of 5.

A masterful mix of mystery, ADHD representation, and valuable life lessons.

Thank you so much to TBR and Beyond Tours and Melanie Conklin for allowing me to be part of this experience and also providing me with a complimentary ARC and media kit!

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Blog Tour Review: Hollow Fires by Samira Ahmed

Rating: 4 out of 5.

A book that brings to light several important social issues that plague society today.

Thank you so much to TBR and Beyond Tours and Samira Ahmed for allowing me to be part of this experience and also providing me with a complimentary eARC and media kit!

Book Information

Genre: YA Mystery/Thriller
Publishing Date: May 10, 2022

A powerful, gripping YA novel about the insidious nature of racism, the terrible costs of unearthing hidden truths, and the undeniable power of hope, by New York Times bestselling author Samira Ahmed. Perfect for fans of Sadie and Dear Martin.

Safiya Mirza dreams of becoming a journalist. And one thing she’s learned as editor of her school newspaper is that a journalist’s job is to find the facts and not let personal biases affect the story. But all that changes the day she finds the body of a murdered boy.

Jawad Ali was fourteen years old when he built a cosplay jetpack that a teacher mistook for a bomb. A jetpack that got him arrested, labeled a terrorist—and eventually killed. But he’s more than a dead body, and more than “Bomb Boy.” He was a person with a life worth remembering.

Driven by Jawad’s haunting voice guiding her throughout her investigation, Safiya seeks to tell the whole truth about the murdered boy and those who killed him because of their hate-based beliefs.

This gripping and powerful book uses an innovative format and lyrical prose to expose the evil that exists in front of us, and the silent complicity of the privileged who create alternative facts to bend the truth to their liking.

Content and Trigger Warnings

For a list of warnings, tropes, and representation for this book, check out its page on BookTriggerWarnings.com.

About the Author

Samira Ahmed is the bestselling author of Love, Hate & Other FiltersInternmentMad, Bad & Dangerous to Know, and  Amira & Hamza: The War to Save the Worlds, as well as a Ms. Marvel comic book mini-series.  Her poetry, essays, and short stories have appeared in numerous publications and anthologies including the New York TimesTake the MicColor Outside the LinesVampires Never Get Old and A Universe of Wishes.

She was born in Bombay, India, and grew up in Batavia, Illinois, in a house that smelled like fried onions, spices, and potpourri. A graduate of the University of Chicago, Samira has taught high school English in both the suburbs of Chicago and New York City, worked in education non-profits, and spent time on the road for political campaigns.

Samira currently lives in the Midwest. When she’s not reading or writing, she can be found on her lifelong quest for the perfect pastry.

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Review (no spoilers)

If you’d like to follow along with the rest of the tour, you can find the tour schedule here.

It’s Friday the 13th! I don’t know why I started my review off with that, but I felt like I needed to address it.

Hollow Fires is a YA mystery/thriller perfect for fans of Holly Jackson, Diana Urban, and Karen McManus. And unlike the previous authors I’ve mentioned, it also has a great deal of important social commentary, particularly about racism and Islamophobia. The story follows a senior in high school named Safiya who seems to feel like she is being haunted by the ghost of a missing 14 year old boy named Jawad. Jawad’s disappearance (and subsequent murder) is largely ignored or misunderstood by both the public and the police, leading Safiya to take things into her own hands. As hate crimes continue to plague both Jawad’s family and Safiya’s school, Safiya learns that she may be closer to solving the case that she would prefer.

I thought that this was a great book for the young adult audience that it was intended for as long as the readers haven’t many thrillers as the villain is very predictable. So predictable in fact that I kept hoping I was wrong and that the author had pulled one over on me, but alas. The style of writing was enjoyable and kept my attention throughout. The story is not told in a linear fashion, however, so make sure to pay attention to the dates at the top of each chapter. I made the mistake of not reading them at first (because I’m lazy) and had to go back early on to get my events straight.

I will say that I found this book very triggering, particularly as a woman of color. Basically every. single. page. has an instance of someone (youth and adults alike) being absolutely disgusting. It is chock-full of graphic racism, islamophobia, and white nationalism. These are important topics to be discussed, particularly with the impressionable youth who can easily be manipulated and groomed into white nationalism online, but can definitely be overwhelming for someone who has repeatedly seen this in their everyday lives. I would highly advise that anyone who wants to read this check out the trigger warnings listed above.

Hollow Fires was released this week, so don’t forget to grab your copy at the links above!

Blog Tour Spotlight: Girl Overboard by Sandra Block

Thank you so much to TBR and Beyond Tours and Sandra Block for allowing me to be part of this experience and also providing me with a complimentary eARC and media kit!

If you’d like to follow along with the rest of the tour, you can find the tour schedule here.

Book Information

Genre: YA Thriller
Publishing Date: May 3, 2022

This fast-paced thriller about a girl who investigates her friend’s disappearance during their cruise ship vacation is Ruth Ware’s The Woman in Cabin 10 for teens—and it’s a paperback original!

Izzy is reaching peak boredom on a cruise with her parents until she meets daring new friend Jade, with whom Izzy can barely keep up. But a shock wave runs through the cruise ship when Jade goes missing in the middle of the night, leaving behind a cryptic note.

Izzy digs deeper into Jade’s disappearance, but someone doesn’t want to find the truth. And if she’s not careful, Izzy might not get off this ship alive . . .

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Content and Trigger Warnings

For a list of warnings, tropes, and representation for this book, check out its page on BookTriggerWarnings.com.

About the Author

Sandra A. Block graduated from college at Harvard, then returned to her native land of Buffalo, New York for medical training and never left. She is a practicing neurologist and proud Sabres fan, and lives at home with her husband, two children, and impetuous yellow lab. Her work has been published in the Washington Post. Little Black Lies is her debut, a finalist in the International Thriller Awards, and The Girl Without a Name and The Secret Room are the other books in the Zoe Goldman series, and What Happened That Night her stand-a-lone. Girl Overboard is her first Young Adult thriller.

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#TheWriteReads #BBNYA #BlogTour Review: May Day by Josie Jaffrey

Rating: 4 out of 5.

The adult fantasy/romance that my adult self was looking for.

Thank you so much to The Write Reads and Josie Jaffrey for allowing me to be part of this experience and also providing me with a complimentary eARC and media kit!

Purchase this book (affiliate link): Amazon

About the Author

Josie is the author of multiple novels and short stories. Most of those are set in the Silverse, a pre- and post-apocalyptic world filled with vampires and zombies.

She is currently working on a range of fantasy and historical fiction projects (both adult and YA). Ultimately, she hopes to be a hybrid author, both traditionally- and self-published.

After finishing her degree in Literae Humaniores (Classics) at the University of Oxford, Josie wasn’t sure what to do with her life.

She slogged through a brief stint working for an investment bank in London during the 2008 credit crunch, then converted to law and qualified as a solicitor specialising in intellectual property. She worked at a law firm for five years before moving to a UK-based international publisher in 2016. Whilst she loved law, in the end she didn’t love it quite as much as writing, which she now does almost full time.

Josie lives in Oxford with her husband and two cats (Sparky and Gussie), who graciously permit human cohabitation in return for regular feeding and cuddles. The resulting cat fluff makes it difficult for Josie to wear black, which is largely why she gave up being a goth. Although the cats are definitely worth it, she still misses her old wardrobe.

Review

Book CWs

For a list of warnings, tropes, and representation for this book, check out its page on BookTriggerWarnings.com.

Premise

If the murderer you’re tracking is a vampire, then you want a vampire detective. Just maybe not this one.

It’s not that Jack Valentine is bad at her job. The youngest member of Oxford’s Seekers has an impressive track record, but she also has an impressive grudge against the local baron, Killian Drake.

When a human turns up dead on May Morning, she’s determined to pin the murder on Drake. The problem is that none of the evidence points to him. Instead, it leads Jack into a web of conspiracy involving the most powerful people in the country, people to whom Jack has no access. But she knows someone who does.

To get to the truth, Jack will have to partner up with her worst enemy. As long as she can keep her cool, Drake will point her to the ringleaders, she’ll find the murderer and no one else will have to die.
Body bags on standby.

May Day is the first book in Josie Jaffrey’s Seekers series, an urban fantasy series set in Oxford, England. 

Review (No Spoilers)

I was so excited to get a chance to read May Day because I missed the first tour that TheWriteReads hosted for it. I’m not sure why I didn’t sign up the first time around because this novel was perfect for my vampire-obsessed self.

My obsession with vampires probably started when I was in middle school and my sister introduced me to Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Following that, I read and watched many vampire stories including Angel, The Vampire Diaries, Twilight, Being Human, and Dracula. I was always a sucker for a good vampire romance. On top of that, I also grew up watching and reading many detective/police/mysteries. So when I saw that May Day is not only a story about vampires but a story about vampire detectives, I knew I had to get my hands on a copy.

May Day follows the story of a queer female vampire detective named Jack Valentine (amazing name btw). Jack and her colleagues are investigating the murder of a human that appears to be supernatural in origin. Instead of having a straightforward investigation however, what Jack gets is a twist and tangle of dark secrets, hidden societies, and dangerous men.

I enjoyed reading this novel a lot, even despite the inclusion of the despised love triangle trope that always manages to pop up in vampire fantasies. The pacing and plot keep you hooked until the very end and the world that Josie Jaffrey has built is well-thought out and interesting. She also did a great job in making the characters relatable and realistic, despite their undead and otherworldly nature. I’m excited to see where this story takes us, especially since the temperature on the hate-to-love romance brewing in this novel seems to slowly be edging its way towards flaming hot.

This tour includes reviews of both book 1 (May Day) and book 2 (Judgement Day) in the Seekers series, so be sure to keep an eye out for all of the amazing reviews being shared! If you’d like to follow along with the rest of the tour, you can find the tour schedule here.


I received this book to read and review as part of the 2021 BBNYA competition and the BBNYA tours organised by the TWR Tour team. All opinions are my own, unbiased and honest.

BBNYA is a yearly competition where Book Bloggers from all over the world read and score books written by indie authors. If you are an author and wish to learn more about the BBNYA competition, you can visit the official website http://www.bbnya.com or twitter @bbnya_official. 

The sign-ups are now open for BBNYA 2022 for authors and panelists. 

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Blog Tour Spotlight: Under the Bridge by Jack Byrne

Today I’m bringing attention to the book Under the Bridge by Jack Byrne. I’ll take you through the blurb, about the author, and a few tour excerpts! If you’d like to follow along with the tour, you can find the full tour schedule here.

Premise

Length: 360 Pages
Genre: Mystery

2004 – The discovery of a skeleton in the Liverpool docklands unearths long buried secrets. Reporter, Anne McCarthy, is keen to prove herself and dives into the case with abandon where she finds Michael, an old Irish caretaker who knows far more than he’s letting on and may have a connection to the body.

Meanwhile, Vinny Doyle, is starting a postgrad degree, researching Liverpool’s immigrant history and a burgeoning Scouse identity. But Vinny has been neglecting his own family history and stranger Michael might know about his father’s disappearance in the 70s.

1955 – Escaping violence in Ireland and fresh off the boat, Michael falls in with Wicklow boys Jack Power and Paddy Doyle, who smuggle contraband through the docks putting them at odds with unions while they rally the dock workers against the rackets and the strikebreakers. A story of corruption, secret police, and sectarianism slowly unravels. But will the truth out?

As the conflict heightens, Michael questions the life sprawling out ahead of him. In the present, Anne races to solve the mystery, but is she prepared for what she’ll find?

About the Author

I was born and raised in Speke Liverpool, (Paul McCartney lived in the street behind us for a while) although my parents first lived ‘Under The Bridge’ in Garston, and all my family goes back to Wicklow in Ireland.

The Liverpool Mystery Series will be four novels. Under The Bridge is the first. I am writing Fire Next time now, and The Wicklow Boys will follow next year. You can find The One Road prequel a collection of short stories on Amazon.

What readers have to say

Under the Bridge is a book that spans genres, combining a thriller with a murder mystery with historical fiction in a race to solve a murder that went unnoticed . . . and some people want to keep it that way.

The Bookwyrm’s Den

A walk through the history of Liverpool, the lives of Irish immigrants and a nice little lesson on the philosophy of “who we are”. If you are going through a rut of wondering “who I am” then I recommend this book to you since it’s a nice mixture of fiction and non fiction.

A Walk in a Book

If you want to learn all about the history of Liverpool while uncovering a twisty murder mystery with a diverse and engaging set of characters then this is definitely the book for you.

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Blog Tour Review: A Night to Die For by Lisa Schroeder

Rating: 3 out of 5.

Thrilling and captivating throughout, but the finale wasn’t what I expected.

Thank you so much to TBR and Beyond Tours and Lisa Schroeder for allowing me to be part of this experience and also providing me with a complimentary ARC and media kit!

Book Information

Genre: Young Adult Horror
Publishing Date: March 1, 2022

The Night Of meets Carrie when a boy finds a girl’s body in the ditch on prom night…and becomes the primary suspect in her murder.

All Mario wants is one normal night before he graduates. He’s spent most of high school riding solo and gaming with his only friend, Lucas. But when his mom asks him to take Elana Dexter to the prom as a favor to her father, his mother’s boss, he figures this might be his chance to be less of a loner.

Only, the night takes a turn quickly. First, Mario gets crowned Prom King alongside the school’s it-girl, Maribelle Starr. Which is weird enough. But what’s weirder is that when they put the crown on his head, hundreds of worms slither out of it and all over Mario. Just when Mario thought the night couldn’t get any worse, he sees something on the side of the road while driving Elana home. That something is Prom Queen Maribelle Starr—murdered and left for dead.

All Mario wanted was to go to prom…but somehow, he ended up in hell.

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Content and Trigger Warnings

For a list of warnings, tropes, and representation for this book, check out its page on BookTriggerWarnings.com.

About the Author

Once upon a time, Lisa Schroeder wanted to join Encyclopedia Brown on his fun adventures. Since that didn’t work out, she decided to be an author instead. Lisa’s written over twenty books for kids and teens including the popular verse novels for teens I HEART YOU, YOU HAUNT ME and CHASING BROOKLYN, and her most recent YA novels, THE BRIDGE FROM ME TO YOU and ALL WE HAVE IS NOW. She’s also the author of the middle grade novels IT’S RAINING CUPCAKES, MY SECRET GUIDE TO PARIS, SEE YOU ON A STARRY NIGHT and WISH ON ALL THE STARS. Her books have been translated into foreign languages and have been selected for state reading lists. Lisa is a native Oregonian and lives with her family outside of Portland.

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Review (no spoilers)

If you’d like to follow along with the rest of the tour, you can find the tour schedule here.

Let me start off this review by saying I’m super confused about the book’s blurb. A majority of it is accurate, but the book is not a romance nor a horror. I have no idea why it’s tagged like that, because it is 100% a classic YA murder mystery/thriller novel (think Karen M. McManus, Diana Urban, etc.)

Now that I’ve got that out of the way, let’s talk about the book!

A Night to Die For is sure to pull you in with its intriguing premise and its eye-catching cover. I know that’s the main reason why I signed up for this tour! The book starts off with a boy named Mario (who happened to be prom king) finding the prom queen’s dead body in a ditch. Being the easiest–and maybe even the most suspicious–suspect, he’s quickly arrested while the police attempt to gather incriminating evidence. We then follow several characters (points of view change per chapter) as the events unfold.

Something that I really enjoyed that this novel did was the fact that it included adult POVs in the narrative. Often, mystery/thrillers like these only follow the POVs of the teenagers involved, and I felt like the addition of multiple adults (including parents and police) was a nice addition. I also really enjoyed the fact that each chapter was short, making the book feel even more fast-paced and suspenseful.

Unfortunately, this is where I have to explain why I rated it 3 starts. I was really enjoying the book for the first half (if not more). Around that point, I began to get a bit annoyed with the characters for keeping unnecessary secrets from each other and the police, and just overall being really sketch. Then I got to the 90% point and the plot kind of fell apart for me. I am used to authors making a small portion of the plot reliant on characters being shortsighted and foolish, but there was just too much of that in this one to make it believable for me.

If you’re into YA thriller/mystery novels, this is definitely one worth looking at if characters keeping secrets isn’t something that bother you too much. I know I tend to get annoyed with teenagers more often than other reviewers, so if you’re interested in this, definitely check it out as well as other reviews on this tour!

Blog Tour Review: A Nose for Mischief by K.T. Lee

Rating: 4.5 out of 5.

A surprisingly sophisticated cozy mystery that I enjoyed immensely.

Foreword

Thank you so much to Rachel at https://www.rachelsrandomresources.com/ and K.T. Lee for allowing me to be part of this experience and also providing me with a complimentary ARC and blog tour media kit!

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About the Author

K.T. Lee is a writer, mom, and engineer who grew up on a steady diet of books from a wide variety of genres. She’s the author of multiple books, including those in the Riverbend K-9 Series and The Calculated Series.

Find out more and get the latest updates (and a free prequel novella!) at https://ktleeauthor.com/ or follow K.T. on the social media sites below: https://www.instagram.com/ktleeauthor/ https://twitter.com/KTLeeWrites https://www.facebook.com/ktleewrites

Review

Book CWs: For a list of content/trigger warnings, tropes, and representation for this book, check out its page on BookTriggerWarnings.com.

Premise

When materials engineer Zoey Butler lands her dream job at Future State Energy, she believes her research in renewable energy will make headlines. Unfortunately for her, she’s right. Zoey is working on her latest experiment when FBI Special Agent Alexis Thompson and her K-9 partner, Waffle, raid Future State and arrest the head of the development for fraud. Zoey helps the FBI find answers in the aftermath, but she soon finds herself jobless and unemployable. Desperate and out of options, she reaches out to Alexis, the one person who knows Zoey was duped like everyone else.

Liam Graham is an FBI special agent and instructor at Riverbend K-9 Academy. When Alexis brings in a new recruit with an unusual background, Liam pairs her up with Tasha, a dog in need of a handler to stay in their competitive program. Zoey is thrilled to put her past behind her and give the mischievous rescue dog her own second chance. However, shortly after she arrives, the FBI realizes the Future State case is far from closed. And Zoey may be the key to solving it.

Zoey offers to go back to Future State to help the FBI end things once and for all. Only this time, she’ll have Liam and Tasha for backup. But, the problems at Future State are more explosive than any of them suspect.

Review (No Spoilers)

Welcome back to my blog everyone! Sorry that my posts kind of died at the end of last year/beginning of this year. I visited my partner’s family for Christmas and it seems that on one of our connecting flights we caught Omicron and have been isolating basically since January 1st.

Today’s post is a review of the fantastic cozy mystery A Nose for Mischief. I am a fan of cozy mysteries because I find that they aren’t as mentally taxing as books that are classified as standard mysteries. When I open a cozy mystery, I usually prepare myself for it to be fairly simple and straightforward, both in plot and writing-style . I am excited to say that A Nose for Mischief delivered more than I could have ever imagined. The writing and plot were both phenomenally sophisticated and detailed, despite incorporating the well-known tropes of cozies such as a non-law enforcement protagonist, a punny title, and an adorable fluffy sidekick.

Throughout the novel, you follow the main character, Zoey, as she struggles to find her place in life after being collateral damage in an FBI raid of her old company. Struggling with new unemployment, Zoey wiggles her way into a new position as a K-9 unit FBI intern. Once the FBI gets word that her old job may be up to its old tricks, Zoey goes back, undercover, to sniff out any secrets that the company may be hiding.

I thoroughly enjoyed my time reading this quick and fun novel. It is the first in a new series and you can bet your bottom that I will be continuing! Zoey and Liam were not only very likable as main characters, but they were also incredibly sensible. After reading so many novels where main (and side) characters love to make bad decisions for apparently no good reason, it was really nice to see people who were clearly well thought out and cleverly executed.

If you’re interested in hearing more about A Nose for Mischief, you can follow along with the tour below. If you’d like to purchase it, you can find it at the above pre-order links!


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Blog Tour Review: Killer Content by Kiley Roache

Rating: 4 out of 5.

Another entertaining and thrilling YA mystery

Thank you so much to TBR and Beyond and Kiley Roache for allowing me to be part of this experience and also providing me with a complimentary ARC and media kit!

Book Information

Genre: YA Mystery Thriller
Publishing Date: November 20, 2021

Knives Out meets One of Us is Lying! In this paperback original thriller a group of famous TikTokers find themselves turning on each other when one member of the group turns up dead at their beachfront Malibu mansion.

35 million followers. One dead body.

The six teenagers who make up the Hype House seem to have it all. A beach front Malibu mansion, millions of TikTok followers, model good looks, and sponsorship deals up to $30,000 per post. Everything’s pretty much a Gen-Z paradise. Except that one member of the house has just turned up dead in the infinity pool. And the rest of them are suspects.

When the group TikTok account starts posting cryptic messages about the murder, the police limit their investigation to the members of the house. Now old joke videos are filed as evidence and past rivalries start to look like motives.

As investigators dig into these influencers’ lives beyond their glossy internet personalities, they discover all five had reasons their lives would’ve been easier with Sydney Reynolds dead. But only one of them killed her.

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Content and Trigger Warnings

For a list of warnings, tropes, and representation for this book, check out its page on BookTriggerWarnings.com.

About the Author

Kiley Roache is the author of young adult novels FRAT GIRL and THE DATING GAME (HarperCollins / Inkyard Press) and the upcoming novel KILLER CONTENT, which will be published by Penguin Random House/ Underlined on Nov. 30, 2021. Kiley grew up in the Chicago-area, and has been writing since the 7th grade. She signed with a literary agent days before graduating high school.

She is a graduate of Stanford University where she studied Political Science and holds a master’s degree from the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism.

Kiley has also worked as a journalist, and her bylines are in The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, San Francisco Chronicle, and Businessweek among others. She was the 2018 Daniel Pearl Memorial Journalism Intern, reporting for The Wall Street Journal from the London bureau. She wrote an op-ed for The New York Times’s “On Campus” series entitled “The Future of Frats” arguing that fraternities should go co-ed. It was the lead story in the Times’s “The Edit” newsletter that week.

She now lives in Los Angeles in a house with three of her close friends. When she’s not writing she can be found justifying the purchase of cold brew coffee, reading at the beach, or singing karaoke without hitting a single note.

Review (no spoilers)

If you’d like to follow along with the rest of the tour, you can find the tour schedule here.

When I first saw the cover of this book, I was hooked. It is very reminiscent of Karen McManus’ covers, so you know right away what kind of story it’s going to be.

Killer Content was a very unique YA mystery for me, specifically because it is extremely modern. I mean, the main characters are a bunch of famous TikTok stars! This might have literally been the first book that I’ve ever read that even mentions TikTok! The story follows a group of social media influencers who all live in the same house in order to boost their engagement as much as possible. Things are going well for them until one of them shows up dead—now the rest of them are the main, and only, suspects.

I thoroughly enjoyed my time reading this book, which was particularly surprising because I honestly hated all of the characters. Most of them are spoiled, privileged, selfish, and often down-right mean. The comparison of this book to the comedy-mystery film Knives Out (a movie that I loved btw) made so much more sense to me after I started reading it. The characters are so thoroughly despicable, but I literally could not put the book down. Roache has a real talent when it comes to engaging writing. I was very impressed by her ability to not only capture my attention immediately, but to keep it throughout.

The biggest, and only, gripe that I had with the novel was that I guessed the big twist almost immediately. On top of that, it literally made no sense. I kept wanting my guess to be wrong, because I sincerely hoped that there was going to be a better and more believable explanation. Once it finally got revealed, I just dropped my hands to the side and basically said, “well, that was super fun to read anyways!”. I couldn’t even really be mad about it.

If you’re interested in reading Killer Content, definitely check it out! This book is perfect for fans of Karen McManus, Diana Urban, and Maureen Johnson! Grab your copy today!