The Darkest Hour [Erin Hunter]

The trick is to learn from your mistakes, and have the courage to be true to your heart. Erin Hunter’s The Darkest Hour is quite easily my favorite of the series so far. I think there’s truly something brilliant to the conflicts in this novel, particularly in the buildup. And though I’m sure there are…

A Dangerous Path [Erin Hunter]

You will have the warmth of fire to protect your Clan and the fierceness of fire to defend it. Erin Hunter's A Dangerous Path is easily the most emotional of her original Warriors series. It's also, at times, the most frustrating. A surprising number of events happen throughout the course of this novel and ultimately…

In Case You Get Hit By a Bus [Abby Schneiderman & Adam Seifer]

It's (really) your funeral... You know, after finishing Abby Schneiderman and Adam Seifer's In Case You Get Hit By a Bus, I realized something. There's a reason why all of this stuff is usually handled by professionals. As monumentally beneficial it is to be aware of all this information, it is extremely overwhelming. Quite frankly,…

The Lunar Chronicles Coloring Book [Marissa Meyer & Kathryn Gee]

I've spent the last four years debating over and over again whether I would ever actually buy this book. The main reason for this is simply that I'm not a huge fan of adult coloring books. They, going entirely against their purpose, stress me out. However, one of these days I will own a copy…

The Quantum Weirdness of the Almost Kiss [Amy Noelle Parks]

I like watching them crash and burn. Because let's face it: I am totally in love with Evie Beckham. I should start of by saying that quantum weirdness has no place in this book other than referencing that the main female character likes math. And literally no one is going to come away from reading…