I have way, way too many feelings about this book. Some of them are SO good. Some of them are … not as good. Overall, this book exceeded my expectations but it also did something that drove me SO crazy I had to add a spoiler bit to the end. Don’t worry, you’ll be warned when that happens!
Don’t worry guys; in between all these presidents, I’m still reading a LOT of romance novels. The thing is that, sometimes, I don’t have anything interesting to say. That is not the case (I think) with this one – which at once was super cute but also set off some pet peeves of mine. Let me explain!
Did I really do it? Did I really read a YA book PLUS an ARC on time? I really, really did. I’m so proud! This book ripped out all my emotional insides and I give it four stars. Now, back to wallowing in my book hangover.
I was very excited about this book … and then I read it. This doesn’t feel like a real biography, and that makes me grumpy. Watch on for more!
Possibly my favorite thing about this is that Michaela apologizes in the video for not getting the video up on the channel for like 3 months and now I’m posting this here months after that so like listen. We are sometimes overwhelmed by life. Anyways! Here’s us talking about what we think is one of the best true crime books in the ENTIRE GENRE!
If you don’t want to be spoiled for Warcross, never fear! If you don’t want to be spoiled for Wildcard, this may not be the place for you. Fair warning!
Anyways, when I first read Wildcard … I had thoughts. They were not all great. Then, I read Warcross. I FELT SO WRONG. So now I’m apologizing for my own assumptions. Watch to find out why!
I just finished listening to The Doubt Factory by Paulo Bacigalupi and BOY do I have thoughts. I was love-love-loving the audiobook … until I tried to finish it reading the book itself and oh boy. Then I started realizing some serious flaws. How did I miss them? Let’s discuss.
For episode two of this new season, we’re keeping the OwnVoices theme with this one! I’ve wanted to read this since the second it came out, but grad school is hard guys. I figured it fit the theme perfectly and this way I’d make everyone read it! Great idea, past me.
One of the best books I’ve read for school this year so far. If you haven’t read this yet, you need to. This dual narrative about the white and African-American experience with police brutality is so right now and necessary.
Today I review a great book about the layers and intersectionalities of race, socioeconomics, love and friendship.