(Book Review #27) Solaris Seethes [by Janet McNulty]

Book club review! Click to read my response to Solaris Seethes by Janet McNulty!

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Renegades [Marissa Meyer]

Though I'd been incredibly excited for this novel at the start, had excitedly rushed home from Barnes and Noble with my purchase--happily having been informed by the salesclerk that this book was actually a very popular one--I had a lot of trouble rating Renegades by Marissa Meyer. This was largely on account of the fact that I,…

Teach Me to Forget [Erica Chapman]

“We need an anti-movie, too.” “Define the terms.” He quirks his mouth to the side. “Corny lines, unrealistic plot.” So...basically what this book was? I don't know where to begin with this one, to be honest. From the very first chapter, this book was just plagued with terrible writing and never once did it let…

Caleb and Kit [Beth Vrabel]

"Do you really think trees can be friends?" "I do."  There's something incredibly powerful about Caleb and Kit, the story of a twelve-year-old boy with cystic fibrosis who meets a young girl in the woods and spends his summer becoming her friend. I think one of the most amazing and beautifully accomplished pieces of this novel…

Aurelia [Anne Osterlund]

As far as I'm concerned, this book could have been brilliant. After my initial introduction to Anne Osterlund's brilliant writing abilities with the publication of her novel, Academy 7, I was rather eager to read her other, earlier novels. Unfortunately, I found that Aurelia fell incredibly short of the impressive quality I found in Osterlund's…