The Diviners is a breath of fresh air from the other books in the YA market– TOO MANY DYSTOPIAN/SCI-FI books!– and it absolutely delivers with an awesome female lead, a creepy mystery, and a world that is richly written.
I really can’t put it any better than the blurb on the cover:
“BRILLIANT and hugely ambitious…
It’s the kind of book that can be LIFE CHANGING.”
– The New York Times
I haven’t read a book like that in awhile. I absolutely 100% loved this one. This is a beautiful story, written by David Levithan. This is a story about A. … Continue reading
Yet another installment by Richelle Mead that has left me with goofy smiles on my face, an urge to keep flipping pages, and left wanting more.
… you’re telling your boyfriend about your day, and you almost start talking about about the mess Ron and Harry got into today… Yeah, so, I finished Book #1 in … Continue reading
Divergent. Wow. Wow! I flew through this book in a mere two days. If that doesn’t tell you something… well it should. It means that it was GOOD. I’ve realized … Continue reading
The Hunger Games is the first to come out in my 2012 list of most highly anticipated movies of the year. It was a beautiful book to movie adaptation. The … Continue reading
I just finished reading Forbidden by Tabitha Suzuma for my YA book club. Synopsis: Sixteen-year-old Maya and 17-year-old Lochan tell, in their separate voices, of their confusion and longing as they … Continue reading
“But I felt like Anna does in the book, that feeling of excitement and gratitude about just being able to marvel at it all.” … and that’s how I felt … Continue reading