Submerged [Vita Ayala & Lisa Sterle]

Okay, Submerged by Vita Ayala and Lisa Sterle was a lot darker than I was expecting. And while I'm not usually the sort of person who enjoys dark, almost horror themed novels let alone graphic novels, I really liked this one. It was darker in an exceptional way. I don't personally think I would ever buy this for…

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Betrothed [Sean Lewis, Steve Uly & Simon Bowland]

A part of me wanted to laugh a lot while reading Betrothed by Sean Lewis, Steve Uly, and Simon Bowland and I'm not entirely sure if that was their intention. To a certain extent, I did really enjoy reading the story. It was entertaining, had decent characters, and definitely left me intrigued on occasion. However, I would…

The Truth About Leaving [Natalie Blitt]; 2019 YA Releases

As much as I deeply love and appreciate the diversity included in The Truth About Leaving by Natalie Blitt, the plot behind the love story of this novel just doesn't interest me in the slightest. I don't care about the boyfriend who breaks up with the main character before they head off to college and subsequently breaks…

Hiding Behind Books [Lies I Told] Blogger Support Feature

From a farm in the Phillippines, Angela @ Hiding Behind Books has a wonderful blog dedicated to reading just as many of the blogs featured here have. A zombie fan and the owner of 12 dogs, whom I assume are adorable, Angela's an introvert with a wide variety of genres to write about though she appears…