Review: There Once Were Stars by Melanie McFarlane

Peace. Love. Order. Dome. That’s the motto that the Order has given the residents of Dome 1618 to live by. Natalia Greyes is a resident of Dome 1618, a covered city protected from the deadly radiation that has poisoned the world outside for four generations. Nat never questioned the Order, until one day she sees a stranger on the outside of the dome. Now Nat wants answers. Is there life outside the dome and if so, what has the Order been hiding from everyone? Find There One Were Stars online: Goodreads | Amazon | B&N         My Review: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️…

Review of In the After by Elisa Dane

In the After by Elisa DaneMy rating: 5 of 5 stars I went into this book expecting something powerful, and that’s exactly what I got. This is something I think everyone should read, especially high school students who deal with this kind of stuff every day. Sadie not only suffers from the trauma of witnessing her mother’s murder, she’s now stuck in the popular group at her high school-the AEs. The author does a wonderful job of pushing Sadie into a corner that many teens feel every day in school. The popular group sucks to be in, but it’s even…

Review of The Thirteenth World by A.N. Willis

Time is running out for Stel Alaster. The Corridor, the only portal between First and Second Earth, is failing and the barriers between all twelve worlds are thinning. Using her unique ability to travel through the multiverse, Stel sets out to save the Corridor . . . and ends up discovering a mysterious new world. In the sequel to The Corridor, will the thirteenth world hold the key to the Corridor’s secrets? Or will the portal implode and take every last universe down with it? Find The Thirteenth World on Amazon & Goodreads *Check out my guest post by A.N. Willis…

Guest Post & Release Day ~ The Thirteenth World by A.N. Willis

YOU GUYS. I recently read a debut novel by A.N. Willis called The Corridor. (Read my 5 Star review here) I then immediately and ridiculously fell in love with the story and was desperate for the sequel to come out. And guess what?Today is RELEASE DAY of Book #2, The Thirteenth World! To celebrate, I’ve asked A.N. Willis to write a guest post giving us more insight on her inspirations for the book. Read her post below and then stick around for my review! Thank you so much Cheyanne for inviting me to write a guest post! I’m very excited to…

Review of SUGAR by Deirdre Riordan Hall

I was lucky enough to receive an ARC of this book for review and I am so excited to share it with you today! I loved this book like crazy. First of all, Sugar is fat. As in, actually fat. Not just whiny teenager who doesn’t really have problems and is actually quite beautiful fat, but really, truly, years-of-eating-junk fat. It was so refreshing to see a character, especially a teenage character, portrayed with such realism. Sugar didn’t get the way she is on accident and she was well aware of it. Her mama is a bed-ridden, abusive narcissist and…

September Book Sorta-Review – SAND Omnibus by Hugh Howey

I just finished my second book of the month & updated my cute little Kindle app screen shot. Because seriously, what’s the point in having a phone that lets you add stickers to it and draw all over the picture if I don’t use those features for something? Just Finished: Sand Omnibus by Hugh Howey4 Stars I absolutely loved Wool and was excited for this new series. Sand is about a life in the future, where the world we know it is covered in nothing but sand. Sand divers don special suits and dive into the sand, pulling up relics…