Tag: book review

Bite-sized reviews and the end of spring break!

I received all these books at no cost from NetGalley! The World Cannot Give This is like…. a sapphic, dark academia A Separate Peace? You ever been a teenager and growing up is hard and nobody understands? That’s basically the summary of Laura Stearns. And then she joins a weirdly intense school church choir and […]

Posted March 7, 2022 by geograph in mini reviews / 3 Comments
Once More With Chutzpah review: Representation Matters

Once More With Chutzpah review: Representation Matters

Thanks to NetGalley for the audiobook at no cost to me ahead of release time! I read this book via audiobook, and the narrator was solidly mediocre — I’m certainly not an expert, but there’s some weird pronunciation of Hebrew words in here. Perhaps a pronunciation guide would be helpful next time? (I also only […]

Posted February 28, 2022 by geograph in review / 1 Comment
Four bite-sized Reviews: Chef’s Kiss, Live, Local & Dead, Every Variable of Us, and Real Easy (again!)

Four bite-sized Reviews: Chef’s Kiss, Live, Local & Dead, Every Variable of Us, and Real Easy (again!)

Hello! These are coming out really fast because I have to write reviews for class (as a writing exercise) and I keep writing another review and then being like “I can’t possibly show this to my professor, this is the worst thing I’ve ever written”. I might write a couple more today, depending on how […]

Posted February 7, 2022 by geograph in cozy mysteries, mini reviews / 2 Comments

Serendipity: Ten romantic tropes transformed, audiobook review | Before she drops one last match on my internal kindling —

I received a copy of this audiobook at no cost in exchange for an honest review. I loved this book of short stories! This is a book of YA short stories, and they’ve taken ten romantic tropes and transformed them in new ways. My favorites were Fake Dating, Stranded Together, Best Friend Love Epiphany, and […]

Posted January 3, 2022 by geograph in review, romance, YA / 1 Comment
The Lucky Ones audiobook review

The Lucky Ones audiobook review

The Lucky Ones, Kiersten Modglin audiobook, 6ish hours book released January 9th, 2020, audio released January 11th, 2022 This book was provided to me at no cost in exchange for an honest review. This is not a well-constructed mystery and the dialogue is really awkward on top of it. Some of the clues are intriguing, […]

Posted December 29, 2021 by geograph in review / 0 Comments