Category: Teen Reading

  • Cafe con Lychee : YA Romance Book Review

    Cafe con Lychee : YA Romance Book Review

    I think it’s been a really long time I haven’t read a romance as refreshing as this one. It has the enemies to lovers trope, LGBT+ and a lot of bobas and food. The Asian girl in me is just screaming. I honestly thought I would not like this book because it’s been a few […]

  • Firekeeper’s Daughter : E-BOOK REVIEW

    This book has been spotted by a few celebrities and becomes a most beloved books of 2021. It’s not hard to see why, it’s been a long time we haven’t seen a YA Book that is thrilling, deals with Indigenous culture and complex storyline. I got introduced to the Ojibwe tribe mores and traditions but […]

  • Curse of The Divine by Kim Smejkal (Ink In The Blood #2)

    The sequel to Ink The Blood came out and I was quite skeptical about it since I didn’t like the first book as much. My suspicions were confirmed when I found the same flaws as I did in the first book. While the concept and magic system are original, it was widely marketed as dark […]

  • None Shall Sleep by Ellie Marney

    None Shall Sleep by Ellie Marney

    The premise of this book seems very unrealistic at first, because it’s about Emma Lewis an 18-year-old teenager who has been hired by the FBI (yes you heard it right) to investigate and interview teenagers offenders. And of course, since I’m not a professional I had to ask one…Lashaan! My my co-blogger is more than […]

  • ALEX RIDER SEASON 1 : TV SHOW REVIEW

    ALEX RIDER SEASON 1 : TV SHOW REVIEW

    I still remember how my sister loves the Alex Rider books by Anthony Horowitz when we were young and I had the chance myself to read them a while after. The first movie that came out with Alex Pettyfer was okay, not a memorable performance and so I was really skeptical in giving this one […]

  • August’s yOUNG ADULTS : a review

    August’s yOUNG ADULTS : a review

    Midnight Sun The long awaited sequel to the Twilight series. Okay, let me rephrase it, it’s not really a sequel, more like a companion of the Twilight series. We follow the perspective of Edwards when he met Bella for the first time and what are his thoughts and feelings during the process. This book has […]

  • Burn Our Bodies Down by Rory Power

    Burn Our Bodies Down by Rory Power

    I was so excited for this second novel because I loved Wilder Girlsfrom Rory Power last year.  Following her suspenseful writing and eerie style, Rory Power introduced us to an old kind of horror : families. Burn Our Bodies Down delivers a strong atmospheric sense, with Margot at the center of the story. From the difficult […]

  • City of Brass : Book Review

    City of Brass : Book Review

    I took so much time in reviewing this book but that only because it’s too good of a book to even find the right words to describe but I will try to make it happen. In short, before reading this book, I had very few knowledge about Arabian Mythology, most of my knowledge comes from […]

  • Mythology Retellings : What Books To Get

    Mythology Retellings : What Books To Get

    I’m such a sucker for anything mythology and these past years, I’ve been looking for new books that have that concept. Here’s some of my favourites  in this list ! IF YOU LIKE GREEK MYTHOLOGY CIRCE BY MADELINE MILLER I love this book with all my hearts, it has been featured in a lot of […]

  • Penguin Random House YA Essentials

    Penguin Random House YA Essentials

    I was meant to take a long break from blogging starting 2020 and guess what? I’m already back here. I think there’s something in blogging that never really leaves the blogger.  During my Christmas break, I also had the time to go through Penguin Random House special Young Adult Essential Reads for  Fall-Winter 2019. Even […]