American Gods by Neil Gaiman

Rating: 4.5/5 Stars Genre: Fiction, Fantasy The TL;DR: This book takes quite a bit to get into (especially if you haven’t read any Neil Gaiman before) but it is incredibly worth it. I read the first 300 pages over the span of a few months and then read the last 200 pages nonstop in a couple hours. “I…

Since You’ve Been Gone by Morgan Matson

Rating: 5/5 Stars Genre: Young Adult, Romance The TL;DR: This is one of my favorite YA books of all time. It got me through the end of not just one but a few very close friendships. It’s lighthearted, warming, and an incredibly good exercise in moving on. If you’ve ever felt like you’ve grown apart from…

Amy and Roger’s Epic Detour by Morgan Matson

Rating: 3.5/5 Stars Genre: Young Adult, Romance The TL;DR: It was cute. You can definitely tell this is one of Matson’s first books and as such has some faults but overall, adorable story/really fun, light easy ready. “The best discoveries always happened to the people who weren’t looking for them.” Ever since I read Since You’ve…

A Million Worlds with You by Claudia Gray

I’m screaming over the end of this trilogy, I literally just finished it. This is mostly a review of A Million Worlds with You but I also wanted to give you guys a short review of the Firebird trilogy as a whole. [Note: TL;DRs are spoiler free, in-dept review of AMWT has vaguish spoilers/mentions] Series Rating:…

Illuminae by Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff

Rating: 4.5/5 stars Genre: science fiction, young adult The TL,DR: I loved this book way more than I expected I would and it was a fun, fast-paced, refreshing read ft. a race against time in space, a zombie outbreak, a whirlwind romance, and a cool AI. 😉 “He presses the triggers. And like roses in…

Howling at the Moon by Darshana Suresh

“Your heart? Damned / Dammed.” – The Body, Hanging on a Nail If you are familiar with the tumblr poets community it would be more surprising if you weren’t familiar with Suresh’s shattering, legendary lines “Tell me, Atlas. What is heavier: the world or its people’s hearts?” This is one of my favorite poetry collections that I…