Throwback Thursday Reviews is a weekly meme here @ A Weebish Book Blog. It is a chance to tweak old book reviews, share them with others, and perhaps fall in love with some old favorites. *By tweaking reviews I do not mean I will be changing review ratings or my opinions, since those are likely […]
Genre: Young Adult
DYING TO FORGET is a freebie I picked up on a whim while perusing BookBub. I’m so thankful it caught my eye, because it was just as spectacular and mysterious as the synopsis made it sound. Oh, the life you can live in someone’s else’s mind… When Piper’s first date goes horribly awry, she looses […]
I’m a huge fan of zombie fiction be it horror, romance, etc. so when I realized my public library had the White Rabbit Chronicles, I had to make room for an ALICE IN ZOMBIELAND reread. I couldn’t remember why I never finished the series until I ventured back into the world and re-discovered how irritating I […]
My first thought after I finished THE FOREST OF HANDS AND TEETH: WTF did I just read? No, seriously, WTF. I couldn’t coherently put into words how I felt about this book. I’m still not one hundred percent sure if I liked this book enough to even give it three stars, but since I’m itching […]
I chose THE RAVEN BOYS as this week’s TBT Review for several reasons. First, it is a book that opened my eyes to a series and an author I have come to adore. It is also a series I haven’t completely finished reviewing and I would love to finally do so one day soon. But […]
When I picked up ANOMALY, I didn’t take much time to read the synopsis, I was mostly drawn to the pretty cover. People always say, “don’t judge a book by its cover,” but sometimes, the cover is what captures our attention. It didn’t prepare me for the hilarious dialogue, the awesome geeky main character, or the impressive Big Bang Theory references.
THE PREY by Tom Isbell is the first book in the Prey trilogy and has received a lot of hate since it’s debut in 2015. It is a story about a group of teenagers that decide to fight for a life of freedom against impossible odds in dystopian America. Ultimately, I enjoyed this novel, but there […]