I was only fourteen years old when I first read The Hunger Games. I had recently discovered a love for young adult fiction. And at that time, YA dystopias were all the rage. So of course I devoured as many as I could get my hands on: the Divergent series, The Maze Runner books...and The Hunger Games trilogy. Though I loved Divergent, and there's a special place . . .
So, I haven’t posted anything other than a review in a while, so I thought I’d share a #shelfie! I know that’s for Instagram more than a blog, but I figured I could go a little more in-depth about my bookshelves and the books on them. So, if you’ve ever wondered about my shelves, today’s your lucky day. As you can see, I've recently organized . . .
The Thaumas sisters live in a manor by the sea with their father and step-mother. There were 12 girls in all, but now only 8 remain. Ever since their mother died, tragedy seems to strike the family every year. People say the family is cursed. And now that another sister has died, Annaleigh, now second-eldest of the girls, begins seeing her dead sisters’ ghosts. She begins to . . .
The squad it back...for the most part. But there's no time to grieve for their losses. Aurora still doesn't know how to control her powers, but now that she knows she's the Trigger, she's going to have to learn. And fast. All while hunting for the Weapon. Ya know, to save the galaxy from the evil Ra'haam, which is about to take over the universe and all. Speaking of . . .
In 2380, Tyler Jones is finally graduating from Aurora Academy. Top of his class, he knows he'll have first pick in assembling his dream team. That is, until he almost dies rescuing Aurora Jie-Lin O'Malley, a girl stuck in cryosleep aboard a centuries-lost spacecraft. That stunt puts him dead last, meaning his squad is now comprised of everyone else who . . .
Hey guys, happy weekend! I know we're all still stuck inside, so hopefully you've got some relaxing, bookish plans to fill your time. Or maybe, like me, you're still obsessed with the new Animal Crossing game that came out about a month ago. I have literally played for more than 150 hours, guys. Send help. Anyway, earlier today, I saw this fun book tag floating around the . . .
Taking only her phone, her wallet, and a photograph with her, Marin leaves sunny California behind for the frigid temperatures of New York. There, she creates a new life for herself. But though she's tried to separate herself from her old life entirely, her best friend Mabel won't let her go without an explanation. After dozens of unread texts and unanswered calls, Mabel is . . .
Jasmine "Jazz" Bashara lives on the moon colony called Artemis. She's lived there practically her entire life with her welder father. At twenty-six years old, she lives in poverty and makes her money smuggling things from Earth to the wealthier residents of Artemis. One of those residents, a billionaire with a new scheme up his sleeve, recruits Jazz for an illegal . . .
In a world where blood defines everything, one girl may be the key to changing it all. Mare Barrow is a Red—she lives in poverty with her family until the day she turns 18, when she’s conscripted into the war. A war that’s not even their own to fight. Reds fight a war for the Silver bloods, who have incredible abilities ranging from mind control to . . .
When Mia is only a child, her father is hanged, a traitor to the Republic after a failed rebellion against the Senate. Her mother and brother are thrown into a prison of madness, and Mia herself barely escapes with her life. Taken under the wing of a retired assassin, Mia grows up strengthening her body and mind, and one day ventures out to find . . .