Review: Catching Jordan by Miranda Kenneally

Jordan Woods is the captain and quarterback of her highschool football team. She’s seen by the other players as just one of the guys which isn’t a problem for her. Her main focus is getting an athletics scholarship, however, when Ty Green moves to her school her chances are threatened. He’s a good qb, possibly […]

Review: A Confusion of Princes by Garth Nix

Khemri was taken as a young child from his parents in order to be trained and biologically and technologically enhanced to become a prince of the Empire. He is one of millions who all seek the greatest glory, taking over the presidency and gaining ultimate power. Princes will do anything to further themselves, including killing […]

Review: Some Girls Are by Courtney Summers

In a word Some Girls Are was mean. There is no nice way to describe this book, it was spiteful, vindictive and at times really scary. Regina, one of the most popular girls at school, finds herself frozen out by her friends as rumours go around about her and her best friends boyfriend. The other […]

Review: Unraveling by Elizabeth Norris

I just finished reading Unraveling by Elizabeth Norris and wow…this was a really intense book. Janelle Tenner has spent the summer lifeguarding at the beach, spending her life much like any other teenager. That is until she is hit by a truck and dies alone in the road. Seconds later she wakes up with a […]

Review: Seeking Crystal by Joss Stirling

I just finished reading Seeking Crystal, the third book in the Benedict’s series. Joss Stirling has a way of writing sequels that are just as good as the first book in the series which really makes them stand out. This book is quite different from the first two as one of the brothers (I’m giving […]

Review: Stealing Phoenix by Joss Stirling

We got Yves’s story…and it was just as much of an emotional journey as Finding Sky I liked the similarities between the two books although I understand this might be a problem for some people, both Sky and Phoenix are from England and the references they make to being so obviously English are funny, especially […]

Review: Finding Sky by Joss Stirling

A million months ago (it feels that way) I said I would keep up to date with you all on the books I’ve been reading. As is fairly typical of me I never ended up getting round to it, though I have been reading as much as I can in my spare time. Recently I’ve […]

Always trust your guide dog

So if, like I thought, you think you are really smart read this story, I hope it will entertain you if nothing else! Today I went to town to meet one of my friends from my old school and took Isla with me and we went on the bus. It was fairly uneventful; we got […]

I am not brave

Recently people keep saying to me that I’m brave and as much as I appreciate the fact that they are trying to pay me a compliment it really isn’t true. I live a pretty normal life, I go to school and I play sports in my spare time and just do what most teenagers are […]

Review: When God was a rabbit

I’m really behind on my book reviews I know! So over the next few days I’ll be posting reviews on here until I’ve fully caught up. The reviews come from my goodreads page but the ones I put on here are longer than the ones I post on the site so make sure you check […]