The City We Became has to be one of the most unique concepts I have read in years. It had insane worldbuilding, developed characters, diversity and representation everywhere you looked, and a writing style that was impossible not to lose oneself in.
Okay. I don’t even know where to start with this one. While this wasn’t the worst book I’ve ever read, I unfortunately am not boarding the hype train on this one. This is my full review/rant of From Blood and Ash by Jennifer L. Armentrout.
If you like books that deal with choices, regret, and the afterlife, this is a good book for you. I love reading different and unique takes on what happens when we die, or almost die like Nora Seed. Take a look at my review for this Goodreads Choice 2020 Winner for Fiction.
Am I saying this will be my favourite book of 2021 just a few weeks into 2021? Yes. Yes I am. I honestly don’t know what can top this book for me. Read my full review here for me gushing about this book.
This book spoke to my inner 16 year old who was obsessed with anything to do with teenagers with supernatural powers. It was an intriguing read with a unique twist on gifted teenagers and a fast-paced plot. Check out my blog for the full review!
Since it’s the end of the year we thought we’d do some End of Year Book awards, à la high school yearbook superlatives.So, here’s a look back at some the most popular, funniest, and most likely to succeed books we read in 2020!
Let’s get right to the point – 2020 was a dumpster fire, but these books weren’t. Here are our top 8 books we read in 2020!
I love Hallmark movies (they’re my guilty pleasures and I can’t get enough), so this year I decided to read some Christmas romances. I was hoping to find a feel good, probably cheesy, romance that gave me gooey sweet feelings. The Twelve Dates of Christmas just left me feeling, well, meh. Check out the full review here!
Who loves a romantic Christmas story so sweet it gives them cavities?? This girl does! In a Holidaze by Christina Lauren was one of the sweetest books I’ve read this year and put me right in the Christmas mood. Check out my full review!
For a book that is a spinoff of a spin off, Little Lies by H. Hunting hit it out of the park (or some appropriate hockey reference). Check out my full review!