YA Releases on My TBR [April Part 2]

And we're back with yet another five additions to my TBR, winding down to the end of 2018 with books from nine months of the year still to add ad talk about. The exciting piece to all of this, of course, is that I plan to still continue through the list into next year, so…

Rip All the Pages! [Karen Benke]

I’ve always been somewhat fascinated with these sort of books, though I could never truly justify buying one for myself. They just seemed...like a waste of money? And to be completely frank, I still feel like some of the pointless ones truly were. I mean, honestly...what exactly is the point of drawing a picture and…

Dragon Pearl [Yoon Ha Lee]

At surface level, Dragon Pearl by Yoon Ha Lee is an amazing novel. It has some of the most amazing world building I've ever come across, the society and the history thoroughly intriguing. Those who live in this fantastical world of planets and society are increasingly fascinating in a number of ways. As many exist…

The Train to Impossible Places [P. G. Bell]

I can often be somewhat weary of middlegrade novels. Their target audience are those who, most typically, wont be bothered by a lot of things that older readers might. Many of them are fairly simple, with good reason, and thus I usually read them expecting to like but not love the book. It is for…

Catwoman: Soulstealer [Sarah J. Maas]

One thing I’m beginning to realize about Sarah J. Maas is that while she has an amazing ability to write dynamic characters within brilliantly imagined plots, I absolutely hate what she does with her ships. Catwoman: Soulstealer was a pretty amazing book at face value. Selena had the best development and motivation possible for a character. I…