There are very few books that actually make me cry at the end but this is definitely one of them. All-American Muslim Girl is equal parts heart-wrenching and heartwarming and has such an important message for the current political climate: acceptance. Acceptance of oneself, one’s religion and one’s culture. Allie’s exploration of her faith and […]
[Asis’ Review] The Cruel Prince by Holly Black
The plot took shape and picked up a great pace, there was so much happening and the story got me more and more invested, so much that I couldn’t have stopped if I tried. It had so much action and mystery, a GREAT political intrigue and some of the BEST plot-twists I’ve read in YA.
[Bre’s Review]: Fireborne by Rosaria Munda
“And as she turned, it was revealed by her tread that she was fireborne.” There hasn’t been a fantasy book that has captivated me so intently in a long time. This book was pretty darn perfect. And I’m not saying that because everything works out beautifully. In fact, I think the best part about this […]
[Bre’s Review]: Finding the Way Back by Brittney Sahin
“Because you’re the kind of person a man risks everything for.” Finding the Way Back is an amazing friends to lovers stories and will teach all your broken hearts to hope again. I laughed, gasped, and sighed while reading this book. This story is one that you can read over and over again. We know […]