*Thank you to Penguin for sending me a copy of Lock The Doors for review.
Before this book landed on my door step, i had heard very little about it, and now i can only question why. Lock The Doors kept me hooked, has a great range of characters and discusses some really indepth topics. Here are some of the reasons i think you should pick up Lock The Doors.
The Taste of Blue Light was recommended to me by so many people it was hard not to pick it up. When Lydia got announced for YALC i knew that i should probably start this book sooner rather than later, and i’m really glad i didn’t leave it sitting on my TBR pile for long.
I had such high hopes for this long anticipated novel after reading We Were Liers a couple of years ago. I adored that book and hearing E Lockhart talk at YALC made me more excited for the release of Genuine Fraud.
I received an Advanced Readers Copy of Blackbird i exchange for an honest review.
I’ve had my eye on ND Gomes as an author for quite a while. Dear Charlie was her first release last year, and i always found it had an interesting story-arc. When i released ARC’s of Blackbird were circling, i jumped at the chance to grab one.
I picked this book up on a Waterstones trip not too long ago. I’d seen the title announced as one of the books featured at YALC this year, however something kept putting me off. Once i’d read the back and decided it had very clear vibes of The Breakfast Club, i knew i had to read it.
I picked up Penny Joelson’s debut novel ahead of YALC this year, knowing she was attending. Admittedly, i knew absolutely nothing going in to this book. I’d read the back and although it reveals it’s a mystery, it doesn’t give much more information. However, when you start reading, it reveals a lot quickly.
The Accident Season had been on my radar for quite some time, the premise sounded interesting and the reviews weren’t the worst. I found a very cheap copy in a sale last year and figured it was worth a shot. I didn’t actually pick it out to read until my TBR Jar gifted it upon me.