I don’t know if you knew this, though I suppose if you’ve been reading my blog for a while you do, but I love Neal Shusterman’s writing. He’s been one of my favorite writers for a long time now. So when The Arc of a Scythe series came along, I was definitely the first one … More Thunderhead | Sticky Note Reviews
T and I went to see Coco last weekend. As we’re watching, I lean over to her and say, “This reminds me of the picture book by Matt de la Peña that I read yesterday.” Her eyebrows rose as if to say, “really?” and then we went back to watching the movie. Fast forward to … More A Funny Story about Coco
This week, I decided not to tell a story, and instead talk about something I’ve been thinking about for the last few days: when I read book reviews before I read books themselves. Description box: Under what circumstances do you read the reviews before you read the book? Here’s what I’m reading this week. What … More Do You Read Reviews First?
Neal Shusterman is one of my favorite authors. I can’t jump up and down from the highest wherever and scream loud enough about how much I enjoy the stories he tells. So it’ll be no surprise to you that I loved Scythe. I frequently talk about how for me, reading is a social endeavor, so … More Scythe | Sticky Note Reviews
Today I’m linking up with Freda’s Voice for The Friday 56 and Rose City Reader for Book Beginnings. This week’s read is Scythe by Neal Shusterman. … More The Friday 56: Scythe
I will read anything that Neal Shusterman writes. I don’t know if you knew that about me as a reader. So when I saw Challenger Deep at the library, as I mentioned a few days ago, I absolutely had to get it. It was not an easy read, but I’m glad I had the opportunity … More Sticky Note Reviews: Challenger Deep and The Girl at Midnight
Somehow it managed to escape my attention that Neal Shusterman dropped another book (Challenger Deep) until I checked the new releases section of the YA room at my local library. So I’m reading that. Also, I’m finally finished reading Ruin & Rising, the third book in the Grisha trilogy. I’ve got the audiobook+ebook thing happening, … More On My Bedside Bookshelf
UnDivided by Neal Shusterman Hardcover, 432 pages First let me say that I wanted more Cam. Lots more Cam. I thought he was one of the most interesting characters in the series. So to a certain extent, the story felt a little rushed — so many characters and points of view made me feel like … More Sticky Note Review: UnDivided
This week I didn’t do a Sunday #Bookstack video. I went outside. Communed with nature. Experienced a much-needed reboot. So now I’m ready to do a number of things, including share with you what I’m currently reading.
Rebellion, it seems, is a rite of passage. So here are five books about teenagers who rebel in various ways. Hey there. Welcome to Feature Shelf, a series that provides book recommendations based on theme or title suggestions. This is the last Feature Shelf for this school year and it was created with the help … More Feature Shelf #28: The Rebellious Youth Edition