Review: Meet Cute ed. by Jennifer L. Armentrout

Hi guys! I’m going to try to keep up with my reviews this year. I missed reviewing a lot of the books that I read, and maybe one day I will catch up on them. Today is not that day, though. I’m already behind on my reviews for the year, but no fear! I am working on them when I can. Today I’ll be starting with my first read of the year — Meet Cute, an anthology of first meetings edited by Jennifer L. Armentrout.

Title: Meet Cute: Some People are Destined to Meet

Meet Cute: Some People Are Destined to Meet
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Author: Various, edited by Jennifer L. Armentrout

Publisher: HMH Teen

Release date: January 2, 2018

My rating: 4/5 Goodreads stars

Whether or not you believe in fate, or luck, or love at first sight, every romance has to start somewhere. MEET CUTE is an anthology of original short stories featuring tales of “how they first met” from some of today’s most popular YA authors.

Readers will experience Nina LaCour’s beautifully written piece about two Bay Area girls meeting via a cranky customer service Tweet, Sara Shepard’s glossy tale about a magazine intern and a young rock star, Nicola Yoon’s imaginative take on break-ups and make-ups, Katie Cotugno’s story of two teens hiding out from the police at a house party, and Huntley Fitzpatrick’s charming love story that begins over iced teas at a diner. There’s futuristic flirting from Kass Morgan and Katharine McGee, a riveting transgender heroine from Meredith Russo, a subway missed connection moment from Jocelyn Davies, and a girl determined to get out of her small town from Ibi Zoboi. Jennifer Armentrout writes a sweet story about finding love from a missing library book, Emery Lord has a heartwarming and funny tale of two girls stuck in an airport, Dhonielle Clayton takes a thoughtful, speculate approach to pre-destined love, and Julie Murphy dreams up a fun twist on reality dating show contestants.

This incredibly talented group of authors brings us a collection of stories that are at turns romantic and witty, epic and everyday, heartbreaking and real.

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This was the perfect way to start off 2018! I know 2017 was a rough year for many people, myself included, so to help with the changes I let myself get sucked into many different love stories — one of my favorites to read. Here are some initial thoughts on Goodreads:

First read of the year! It was sweet and quite lovely to read each story. I love the anthology format because of the natural stopping points. Now my high expectations with romance make even more sense! 😉

It’s true that I have a few high expectations with love! I read so many perfect love stories that somehow come together in the end that I can’t help but want a little piece of it for myself, is that too much to ask for?! However, I do realize that these are fictional stories not bound by the conventions of the real world (fortunately anything can happen here).

One of my favorite stories by far was Nicola Yoon’s story about a Relationship Doctor and a Client. The main character is an expert in heartbreak and she works for the institution of love as a specialist in heartbreaks and detecting how they happen. You can imagine what comes next. I honestly want this one to become a full-length novel. It sounds like a beautiful world that could be built from this little beginning here. Think Love Charms and Other Catastrophes by Kimberly Karalius but a shorter story and written by the wonderful Nicola Yoon.

Another wonderful story in this book was Jennifer Armentrout’s! I love the idea of meeting my s/o in a bookish setting and the library hits the nail right on the head. I can’t get over how beautiful and perfect it all came together. It was pretty zazzy in my opinion 😉

This gave me the perfect feel good vibes that I wanted. The natural breaks between stories made it easy to read in spurts. I wish they were all longer — I want to know what happens to our heroes!!

Definitely pick this one up if you’re looking for a little romance or to renew your belief in that L-word.

Happy reading,

Sophie 🙂

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Sneak Peek Sunday: Flight Season by Marie Marquardt

Happy Sunday! I can’t believe another week is over. I’m excited to be able to talk about this book today because it was quite lovely, and I devoured it in almost one day. Thank you so much to the publicist and publisher for providing me with a copy for review!

Title: Flight Season

Flight Season
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Author: Marie Marquardt

Publisher: Wednesday Books

Expected release: February 20, 2018

My rating: 5/5 Goodreads stars

Back when they were still strangers, TJ Carvalho witnessed the only moment in Vivi Flannigan’s life when she lost control entirely. Now, TJ can’t seem to erase that moment from his mind, no matter how hard he tries. Vivi doesn’t remember any of it, but she’s determined to leave it far behind. And she will.

But when Vivi returns home from her first year away at college, her big plans and TJ’s ambition to become a nurse land them both on the heart ward of a university hospital, facing them with a long and painful summer together – three months of glorified babysitting for Ángel, the problem patient on the hall. Sure, Ángel may be suffering from a life-threatening heart infection, but that doesn’t make him any less of a pain.

As it turns out, though, Ángel Solís has a thing or two to teach them about all those big plans, and the incredible moments when love gets in their way.

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Once I picked up this book I could hardly put it down. I’m so glad I brought it along with me on my trip to Chicago last weekend! I rode the train which took so much longer than I thought and it was a perfect companion. I finished it the very next day because I was so tired on the ride back that I had to put it down for the last hour of the trip.

This is quite an exceptional book. Though I find the ending to be a bit far from what would actually happen, I can’t imagine this story without it.

As I read this book I loved the three characters more and more. I like how each chapter was styled to fit with each voice of the character it took on. Vivi’s chapters always started with an entry in her birding journal. It was so fun to learn more about birds and see how they related to her (and the book title). Birds are always used in literature as a contrast to humans, and I like the different way that it’s used in this book. I love how Vivi sees the world through and with birds in them. It’s something I didn’t think about before and I immediately wished that I could see each one of the birds she wrote about in her journal immediately.

Ángel was definitely a voice I wasn’t expecting. We don’t get to read his POV every third chapter like some books, and I found myself looking forward to each one that I did get to read. He had a unique perspective and his role in the book became more and more apparent as more of his story was revealed. I feel that Ángel gave depth to the book that couldn’t be achieved any other way.

TJ was a fun character to get to know too. His family reminded me a little bit of mine, but mine isn’t as conflicting as his. Except I would be more like his cousin’s family because mine is so big. His voice was well written and I enjoyed his dialogue and the way he changed over the course of the novel. Seeing him interact with Vivi and Ángel was my favorite part of the book.

This book deals with a lot of serious topics. Grief and death are strong themes throughout. The topic of immigration is also something that comes to play a big part in this book. It’s something that is handled and written about well. I feel that anything but writing it with the utmost care is something that could go awry quickly. Marquardt’s care with these are apparent and I respect that about her strength as a writer.

I did feel that the ending was a bit unrealistic. It was something that was of the ideal situation in the way that it happened, but I can’t quite go along with this one. I can’t imagine it any other way though. I’m glad it ended this way in the very end.

I hope you take the time to find this book this Tuesday! It’s a unique read that is well worth your time.

Happy reading,

Sophie 🙂

Hi guys! How are you all doing today? I love mysteries, so when I found out Maureen Johnson was writing another mystery I was extremely excited. I had the opportunity to read this thanks to her publicist reaching out to me for a review.

Title: Truly Devious

Truly Devious (Truly Devious, #1)
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Author: Maureen Johnson

Publisher: HarperCollins

Release date: January 16, 2018

My rating: 5/5 Goodreads stars

Author Maureen Johnson weaves a tale of murder and mystery in the first book of a new series.

Ellingham Academy is a famous private school in Vermont for the brightest thinkers, inventors, and artists. It was founded by Albert Ellingham, an early twentieth century tycoon, who wanted to make a wonderful place full of riddles, twisting pathways, and gardens. “A place” he said, “where learning is a game.”

Shortly after the school opened, his wife and daughter were kidnapped. The only real clue was a mocking riddle listing methods of murder, signed with the frightening pseudonym, Truly Devious. It became one of the great unsolved crimes of American history.

True-crime aficionado Stevie Bell is set to begin her first year at Ellingham Academy, and she has an ambitious plan: She will solve this cold case. That is, she will solve the case when she gets a grip on her demanding new school life and her housemates: the inventor, the novelist, the actor, the artist, and the jokester. But something strange is happening. Truly Devious makes a surprise return, and death revisits Ellingham Academy. The past has crawled out of its grave. Someone has gotten away with murder.

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This book reminded me a lot of something like A Study in Charlotte but with a completely different plot. The tone was similar and the setting was a bit similar, and I love it for some of the same reasons. Here’s what I thought initially:

I NEED THE SECOND BOOK IN MY HANDS NOW. OH MY GOODNESS🤤 What a fantastic mystery by an excellent author! Johnson is a *truly* fabulous author and I’m so glad to have read her latest!

Once I was close to the end of the book I COULD NOT PUT IT DOWN. It was so amazing and gorgeous. I can’t wait for the second book, LIKE I HAVE QUESTIONS PEOPLE. THEY NEED TO BE ANSWERED!

The plot was very intricate and I love how it all twisted in ways that you thought you knew what was going to happen, but you ended up being completely wrong. I thought the end was going to be so many different things. I’m dying to know where the next book will take us!

I love the cast of characters in this book. Something that Stevie openly struggles with in the book are mental health problems. While this is plainly seen, it isn’t the central focus of the novel. I like this representation and how it talks about how Stevie lives with her mental illness. Another thing Stevie struggles with is feeling like she fits in at Ellingham. All of the students have a thing that they are there for and Stevie is there to specifically solve the Ellingham case. She feels a bit like an impostor for being there, but I think this is what moves the plot forward.

Stevie’s friends Janelle and Nate are fun. I like their different relationships and how they are with each other. They aren’t quite as tight as other trios, but I think is what sets them out from the rest. There are a lot of friends groups that I know where everyone isn’t as close as you would think them to be. I feel that despite them not being as close they understand each other well. I can’t wait to see more of them in the next book(s)!!

One of my favorite parts of the book is the element of true crime. I recently got into BuzzFeed Unsolved series on YouTube, and ugh, I look forward to it every Friday night. I really connected with Stevie over this, and I wonder if she would follow the series too.

All in all, this was a wonderful book. I highly recommend it to crime lovers and people who love a good mystery.

Happy reading,

Sophie 🙂

Review: Truly Devious by Maureen Johnson

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Blog Tour: Rookie on Love ed. Tavi Gevinson

Hi guys!! I’m so excited to have partnered with Penguin Teen to bring you this amazing title today! I’m kicking off the blog tour, so stay tuned tomorrow for another great feature on the next blog.
What you should know about the book:

Title: Rookie on Love

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Author: Several contributors, edited by Tavi Gevinson
Publisher: Razorbill
Release date: January 2nd, 2018
My Rating: 4/5 Goodreads stars
A single-subject anthology about the heart’s most powerful emotion, edited by Tavi Gevinson. Featuring exclusive, never-before-seen essays, poems, comics, and interviews from contributors like Jenny Zhang, Emma Straub, Hilton Als, Janet Mock, John Green, Rainbow Rowell, Gabourey Sidibe, Mitski, Alessia Cara, Etgar Keret, Margo Jefferson, Sarah Manguso, Durga Chew-Bose, and many more!
A VISIONARY AUTHOR WITH AN EVER-GROWING PLATFORM
Rookie‘s editor-in-chief, Tavi Gevinson, is an incredible advocate for her books. She’s very much a star in her own right, as a cultural icon/influencer and more recently an actress. She’s a media darling, very well connected, and always willing to use the full power of her iPhone contacts to help sell books.A POSITIVE MEDIA OUTLET FOR TEENS
Rookie gives voice to girls, encouraging them to speak up, to meet up, to make stuff. It empowers them to submit their stories, ideas, and artwork to the site and participate in media rather than letting it control them. It’s a positive, supportive environment where many have felt comfortable sharing intimate details of their inner lives, particularly when it comes to love.
 
A little more about Tavi:
 
Tavi Gevinson is the editor-in-chief and founder of Rookie, an online magazine for teenage girls. Tavi’s career in media began when she created the blog Style Rookie in 2008 at age eleven. She was profiled by The New Yorker in 2010, and in 2011, at fifteen, launched Rookie. Six days after its debut, Rookie received more than one million pageviews. Tavi has since spoken at TEDxTeen, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Sydney Opera House, The New Yorker Festival, the Commonwealth Club of California, the University of Wisconsin’s Distinguished Lecture Series, the Brooklyn Museum, the Melbourne Writers Festival, and The Economist‘s The World in 2011. Tavi is also an actress, having starred in Kenneth Lonergan’s Tony-nominated This Is Our Youth, Ivo van Hove’s revival of The Crucible as Mary Warren, and most recently Stephen Karam’s revival of Chekhov’s The Cherry Orchard on Broadway and the Sundance darling Human People.
My review

This was a really nice digestable read. It was SO RELATABLE on so many counts. I love how there were so many different people involved in the making of this book. One of my favorite pieces was the poem For Amy and other women carrying around chaos by Bassey Ikpi. I love the flow and the word choice.

This was a great mix of different media. While all of it is written, there are a lot of different forms of expression here. Essays, poems, and the little drawings within each were amazing. I don’t usually read introductions, but this one I did for some reason. I think that really helped shape what I was expecting going into this book. I found that Gevinson’s style is one that I mesh well with, so I’ll be checking into some of her other pieces.

To be completely honest, I had never heard of Rookie before this blog tour, so my initial interest in the title had very little to do with Tavi Gevinson being the editor. That being said, this was a great introduction to the kinds of pieces she puts out. I never felt like I had to know about Rookie in order to understand the book.

Rookie on Love was a quick little piece. I felt like each section was a perfect length. This is perfect for someone who tires of reading really long books. I could read multiple in one sitting and feel accomplished because I finished so many at once.

Follow the tour!

WEEK ONE
February 5 – Mind of a Book Dragon – Review
February 6 – Fiction Fare – Review with a feature 
February 7 – Paper Cups and Paperbacks – Blog Review and YouTube Video
February 8 – Brianna_book_binding – Review
 
WEEK TWO
February 13 – YA Wednesdays – Playlist
February 14 – Bibliobakes – Review 
February 15 – Melimimi/Melihyoutuber – Review + Social Media Promotion
February 16 – Allison in Bookland – Review
Thanks for reading today! Be sure to check this one out this year!
Happy reading,
Sophie 🙂

Blog Tour: Your One & Only by Adrianne Finlay

Hi guys! I am so excited to be part of the tour for this amazing book! Today I’ll be talking about Your One & Only by debut author Adrianne Finlay. Without further ado, let’s jump right in!

Your One and Only

by Adrianne Finlay
Publisher: HMH Books for Young Readers
Release Date: February 6, 2018

Genre: Young Adult, Fantasy
Synopsis:

Jack is a walking fossil. The only human among a sea of clones. It’s been hundreds of years since humanity died off in the slow plague, leaving the clones behind to carry on human existence. Over time they’ve perfected their genes, moving further away from the imperfections of humanity. But if they really are perfect, why did they create Jack?While Jack longs for acceptance, Althea-310 struggles with the feeling that she’s different from her sisters. Her fascination with Jack doesn’t help. As Althea and Jack’s connection grows stronger, so does the threat to their lives. What will happen if they do the unthinkable and fall in love?

About the Author

Originally from Ithaca, New York, Adrianne Finlay now lives in Cedar Falls, Iowa with her husband, the poet J. D. Schraffenberger, and their two young daughters. She received her PhD in literature and creative writing from Binghamton University, and is an associate professor of English at Upper Iowa University in Fayette, Iowa.
She is also an avid soap maker, and sells handmade soap locally to raise money for type 1 diabetes research.
https://semisweetsoaps.com/

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Review

THIS. BOOK. I can’t get over how awesome this book was! I wish I could say it echoed pieces of A Brave New World, but I honestly don’t know because I’ve never read that book (missed that part of the required curriculum in high school, my dudes).

I like how intricately plotted this book was! It was two parts world, two parts character, and 100% amazing. (Sorry for the cliche, but I can’t help myself.) I loved the how the Homo Factus communed with each other and how they “perfected” the genes. It’s interesting to see how they evolved over time and how Samuel-299 (aka Sam) was pushing for genetic diversity.

As you get further into the plot, you see how this lack of diversity is sucking the life out of their community. Many of the cultural elements of human life are lost with each passing generation of these clones. This is what makes Jack such an amazing character. He adds depth to the world. He reminds them what it’s like to be human and not just carrying out what they have done for years upon years.

Carson-312 reminded me a little of Biff from Back to the Future. He was a big bully without much going on in the head, but Carson-312 was too smart for his own  good.

Follow the Tour

January 30th

Pink Polka Dot Books– Welcome Post

January 31st

February 1st

Literary Meanderings– Guest Post
Justicereads– Review & Favorite Quotes
Vicky Who Reads– Creative Post

February 2nd

Wishful Endings– Interview

February 3rd

February 4th

February 5th

Giveaway

Prize: 3 copies of YOUR ONE AND ONLY by Adrianne Finlay (US Only)

Starts: 1/30

Ends: 2/9

Here’s the link: https://www.rafflecopter.com/rafl/display/d9681b86278/

Be sure to check out this amazing book this coming Tuesday!

Happy reading,

Sophie 🙂

Sneak Peek Sunday: Match Made in Manhattan by Amanda Stauffer

HI GUYS! I know I resolved to write more here this year, but it has been hard to find the time to sit and write among all other things going on right now. It has already been quite a year despite being only 21 days in. I’m here to talk about the debut book by Amanda Stauffer — and I can’t wait for you to read it this Tuesday!

*I received a copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review*

Title: Match Made in Manhattan

Match Made in Manhattan
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Author: Amanda Stauffer

Publisher: Skyhorse Publishing

Expected Release: January 23, 2018

Source: ARC

My Rating: 4/5 Goodreads stars

After two intense, dead-end relationships, serial monogamist Alison finds herself confused, lonely, and drastically out of touch with the world of modern dating. Refusing to wallow, she signs up for a popular dating app and resolves to remain open-minded and optimistic as she explores the New York City singles’ scene. With the click of a button, her adventures begin: On one date, she’s dumped before the first kiss; on another, she dons full HAZMAT gear; she meets a tattooed folk singer turned investment banker, an undercover agent who tracks illegal exotic animals, and dozens of other colorful, captivating personalities.

Giving them each her signature “pants speech”–her pants aren’t coming off unless she has a real connection with someone–she desperately wants to push past the awkward small-talk phase to find true love, but finding “the one” is starting to feel impossible. That is, until she meets Luke, who is sophisticated, funny, and not to mention, hot. Alison finds herself falling for Luke harder than any guy she’s dated and finally letting her walls down, but will he stick around or move on to his next match?

Match Made in Manhattan is a fast-paced, contemporary story about the struggles of dating in the digital age. Replete with online profiles, witty dialogue, and a super-supportive group of female friends, this all-too-real and relatable debut novel will have readers laughing, crying, and rooting for Alison all the way to the end.

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I remember when I was first contacted to read this book I was intrigued by the premise. I seem to be able to relate to the characters a lot more because I am seeing and experience the same frustration that Allison finds herself feeling.

The dating snafus that Allison goes through are SO GREAT. I loved how she navigated each situation differently and took it all in stride, even if it wasn’t easy. Her patience as a character is truly boundless, and you can tell how she handles herself in the wild situations she gets herself in with these dates.

Reading books like this one reminds me that I have high expectations for my own romantic life because of reading. It seems that while everything everything is going to hell for Allison, she still is able to find love and get out of her own head to experience falling in love. She gets to go on wild adventures even when things aren’t clicking for her. I love her spirit.

One of my favorite parts of the book was Allison’s job!! I learned so much about art and the architecture that I felt that I was there with her restoring buildings. It was lovely to see the world through her eyes.

All in all, I highly recommend this!

Happy reading,

Sophie 🙂

Hi there! What better to start off the New Year than with a review! Happy release day to this lovely book and so many other ones.

Someone to Love
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Title: Someone to Love

Author: Melissa de la Cruz

Publisher: Harlequin Teen

Release date: January 2, 2018

Edition: Hardcover, US

Source: Copy Provided by Publicist

My rating: 3/5 Goodreads stars

Constantly in the spotlight thanks to her politician father’s rising star, Olivia Blakely feels the pressure to be perfect. As the youngest girl in her class, she tries hard to keep up and to seem mature to the older boy she’s crushing on, even as she catches his eye. But the need to look good on camera and at school soon grows into an all-consuming struggle with bulimia.

As Liv works toward her goal of gaining early admission to art school, including taking part in an upcoming student show, her life spirals out of control. Swept up in demands to do more than she’s ready for, to always look perfect and to succeed, Liv doesn’t know who she is anymore. It will take nearly losing her best friend and even her life for Liv to learn that loving herself is far more important than earning the world’s approval.

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This was my last read of 2017! It was exciting to finish it because I was reading it right up until I left for my NYE plans 🙂

Here are some of my initial thoughts from Goodreads:

Last read of the year! Shoutout to my friend Logan and my mom for betting on me to finish 2 more books before the new year!! Crushed it 🙂

This book was interesting. I was sent a copy for review thanks to the publisher and publicist! Something that I liked was the truth to Olivia’s story. Her journey is a hard one, and I like the way it was captured.

More thoughts to come, Happy New Year everyone!

One thing I realized later in the book was that it was set in the same universe as Something in Between which was released in fall of 2016. (You can read my review of that book here.) This was one of my favorite aspects of the book. It was four years in the future, and I loved how you got to know the minor characters in that book much better through this book.

Liv is a very dynamic character. She is very stubborn and is worried about showing vulnerability. It’s something that speaks true to what it is really like to be human. I can’t personally speak on what it’s like to have anxious thoughts, but I feel that this book conveys it well. You read about Liv and her thoughts come so naturally that it doesn’t feel forced at all.

The supporting characters were well written as well. I feel that they have very common reactions that anyone from the outside would have. It seems that they represent all of the different ways that someone could react.

Generally this was a good read. It was something I had to pick up and put down a few times, but I was compelled enough to finish it. I wanted to know the outcomes of all of the different characters, and Liv was a lovely character.

Happy reading,

Sophie 🙂

Book Review: Someone to Love by Melissa de la Cruz

Sneak Peek Sunday: Everless by Sara Holland

Hi guys! I’m here to wrap up the year with one last review. Be sure to check this one out right as the new year begins 🙂

Everless (Untitled #1)
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Title: Everless

Author: Sara Holland

Publisher: HarperTeen

Expected Release: January 2nd, 2018

My rating: 5/5 Goodreads stars

In the kingdom of Sempera, time is currency—extracted from blood, bound to iron, and consumed to add time to one’s own lifespan. The rich aristocracy, like the Gerlings, tax the poor to the hilt, extending their own lives by centuries.

No one resents the Gerlings more than Jules Ember. A decade ago, she and her father were servants at Everless, the Gerlings’ palatial estate, until a fateful accident forced them to flee in the dead of night. When Jules discovers that her father is dying, she knows that she must return to Everless to earn more time for him before she loses him forever.

But going back to Everless brings more danger—and temptation—than Jules could have ever imagined. Soon she’s caught in a tangle of violent secrets and finds her heart torn between two people she thought she’d never see again. Her decisions have the power to change her fate—and the fate of time itself.

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I finished this book last Wednesday, and OMG!!! I can’t get this story out of my head. I love it so much. I CAN’T WAIT UNTIL THE SECOND BOOK OMG SOMEONE PLEASE GIVE ME DETAILS ABOUT IT I’M DYING OVER HERE!!!!!!!!!!!

Here are a few things I had to say on Goodreads in my initial review:

BUCKLE UP KIDS BECAUSE THIS IS GOING TO BE ONE HECK OF A YEAR! I absolutely loved this book; it was unputdownable. I can’t get over the lush world that Holland creates between these covers, and I am DYING to know what happens in book two already!! (Seriously, if you know anything pls send them to me!!!)

There are a lot of characters, but that doesn’t make it confusing. Jules was an awesome character. She was strong, confident, and strong willed sometimes to her disadvantage. However I don’t think this takes away from her, it just adds to it.

I can’t wait to see what becomes of Ina in the second book! We don’t see much development of her character, but toward the end of the book we get to understand more of who she is. I want to know more. I also want to know how Caro develops too. I like the way Holland left them at the end of the book, but I’m excited for the direction she may take them in.

Something that confused me a little bit was the whole concept of blood = time and how it worked within the world. I wasn’t sure how the whole system worked, but I feel that it worked itself out as the book went on. I wish there was a more articulate way to express my exact confusion, but this will have to do.

The fairy tale elements within the book worked well. I like the different fragments that were included and how Holland created it. This isn’t a huge part of the story, but it gives a lot of back story and is one of the key details.

Overall I highly recommend this one. This gave me a lot of Red Queen and Strange the Dreamer vibes so if any of those are what you’re into, you may like this one!

Happy reading and Happy New Year!

Sophie 🙂