Fangirl was given to me by my friend Snipps, who you all may have had the pleasure of reading her latest review of Nimona and introduction on my blog. She absolutely adored the book and was absolutely convinced I would equally enjoy it. And dare I say she was correct.
Today I'd like to discuss the difference between Young Adult (YA) and New Adult (NA). As a reader genres are important distinguishers for the books content. I am primarily a YA reader but I've begun to stumble upon the phrase "New Adult" more and more. It made me wonder, what is New Adult and how is this genre defined and different from Young Adult? Lets find out!
Title: Forest of a Thousand Lanterns Series: Rise of the Empress #1 Author: Julie C. Dao Genre: Fantasy, YA, Retelling Rating: 4/5 Synopsis: Eighteen-year-old Xifeng is beautiful. The stars say she is destined for greatness, that she is meant to be Empress of Feng Lu. But only if she embraces the darkness within her. Growing… Continue reading Book Review: Forest of a Thousand Lanterns by Julie C. Dao
I read this book several months ago (which was a bit behind the bandwagon even then) and had a rough review written and accidentally forgot to publish it! Oops! But finally I present to you all my book review of Simon vs the Homo Sapiens Agenda!!!
I've mentioned my love of Colleen Houck's book series, Tiger's Curse, on my blog before (you can find the post here). I absolutely adored this series and I still reread the series to this day. I was practically ecstatic when I heard she came out with another series and rushed to get my hands on a library copy.
Hello all my wonderful Book Dragons! I hope y'all are having a great week. As a part of my subscription book box series, I will be releasing different lists of subscription book boxes for all types of readers! To kick it off, here's a list of 7 book boxes specifically for Young Adult book lovers!
Most people know the phrase “you can’t judge a book by its cover” I feel like this is an important life message to people. But where did this oh-so-popular and impactful phrase originate?
I did not expect to enjoy Turtles All the Way Down. John Green is a popular author, and though I loved Looking for Alaska and The Fault in Our Stars, lately his books had been a miss with me. I wasn’t even sure if I wanted to read Turtles All the Way Down, but a friend recommended it to me. So, I decided to give it a chance: I do not regret it!