Review: I Believe in a Thing Called Love by Maurene Goo

Review: K-dramas (Korean dramas) aren’t my thing. I get the gist of it: poor girl falls in love with rich guy, there’s obstacles that girl has to overcome, enter guy #2, love triangle ensues, rich guy realizes his undying love for the girl, more drama (omg a secret!), and happily ever after. Though this is […]

Review: One of Us is Lying by Karen M. McManus

Review: One of Us is Lying started out as a confusing read with many point of views that I wasn’t sure I’d enjoyed. Since all the featuring characters are stereotypical, cliched teens it made it easy to remember who’s who. As the novel progressed, however, their flaws developed into something more, which made them stand out from […]

Review: Bad Taste in Boys by Carrie Harris

Review: In my pursuit of happy, easy reading, I was directed to Bad Taste in Boys. It’s a young adult zombie novel that takes that overused zombie idea and makes it something different and fantastic. Kate Grable is a heroine a reader can easily get behind. Your average teenager, former-geek-turned-semi-social-person, Kate  is a cute geek trying […]