After spending an unforgettable single day in Paris together, Willem and Allyson lose each other for one year. In Just One Day, we spend that year with Allyson; now, we get to see what happens to Willem over the course of that same year. From waking up in the hospital that morning in Paris, back to Holland, all the way to India and . . .
Warning: Spoilers ahead for Caraval. Scarlett had done it: she won Caraval, saved her sister, and effectively escaped her ruthless father. All that was left to do was celebrate the night away. But the next days brings more surprises: Legend will be holding another Caraval just days away in celebration of Elantine's Day. And this time . . .
Each year, a mysterious game called Caraval appears in a new location. After writing to Caraval Master Legend for years, Scarlett and her sister Donatella and finally invited to this year's game. Only this is the year Scarlett is to be married off to a stranger, courtesy of her abusive and powerful father. Though Scarlett wants to enjoy the magic of . . .
It's no surprise when Holden Caulfield flunks out of yet another school. Instead of going straight home to inform his parents, Holden spends a few whirlwind days around New York City calling up old friends, drinking in bars (illegally, of course), and crashing in sleazy places. Rather than face his parents, he chooses loneliness and misery, and . . .
On a once-in-a-lifetime trip across Europe, Allyson feels entirely underwhelmed. A graduation present from her parents, the organized tour for teens is too…planned, and the only place Allyson actually wants to visit---beautiful Paris---winds up being skipped. But when she meets Willem, a travelling Dutch actor, her trip becomes . . .
Hetty and the other girls at Raxter School for Girls can barely remember their lives from before the Tox. For eighteen months they've lived alone on Raxter Island----starving, mutated, waiting for a cure that may never arrive. No one dares go out beyond the safety of the school, where the Tox has also transformed the wildlife and . . .
I've been dying to watch this movie ever since it came out on Netflix. But you know me... Can't watch the movie till I read the book. I usually prefer reading series as opposed to listening to them on Audiobook, but I knew it'd be ages until I ever decided to buy the To All the Boys series. So I just went ahead and listened to the . . .
Lara Jean has never had a boyfriend, though she's been in love plenty of times. Five, to be exact. And to each one of those boys, she's written a letter professing her love. Those letters are signed, sealed, and hidden in a safe place in her bedroom. Until one day, those letters get mailed...and Lara Jean has to deal with . . .
WICKED is good. Or so they say. Steven is taken by WICKED as a child, when his father has already succumbed to the Flare virus, and his mother is about to share that same fate. At WICKED headquarters, Steven is given a new name, a new life, and a new purpose: help WICKED find a cure and save the world. To do this, he must become . . .
Before---Eden's life was simple. Easy. She had wealthy parents, amazing best friends, and a comfortable lifestyle. After---Everyone Eden loves is dead. The Wolfpack controls the world now. Resources are scarce, and the formerly wealthy people, like Eden, are no longer living comfortably. Thanks to the Wolves, they live their lives as slaves, starving and fearful of being . . .