The Grace Year [Kim Liggett]

I've sat down to write this review several times and what has made itself most clear to me is that this review is difficult because The Grace Year by Kim Liggett has a lot to unpack. I don't usually like comparing books to others, but this one really does speak to me as a conglomerate of The Handmaid's…

Freaky Friday and the Sea; Recent NetGalley Requests

Honestly, I almost didn't request Freaky in Fresno. The cover looks, quite frankly, a bit ridiculous, it's contemporary, and I just didn't know if I cared all that much. But once I was aware of the Freaky Friday element, I knew there was no chance I'd pass this book up. As for The Forbidden Harbor, I just…

The Rule of Many [Ashley Saunders and Leslie Saunders]; 2019 YA Releases

The Rule of Many by Ashley Saunders and Leslie Saunders (my guess is the authors are sisters?) some kind of dystopian future Texas where parents are all only permitted to have a single child. Naturally, someone is going to break that rule. The story appears to follow a pair of sisters through their rebellion against the harshness…