Jana Novak lives on a South London estate with her family. Jana is scouted by a modelling agency whilst on a trip to Thorpe Park and is catapulted into fashion stardom. The fashion industry however is as grimy as it is glamorous and there are unexpected predators at every turn. Meat Market is beautifully written,… Continue reading Meat Market – Juno Dawson
A few days ago a posted a short post all about 4 feminist YA books that I recommend a lot! You can find part one of this little two-part series here. For now, here is part two of feminist YA books I recommend and like to discuss. The Nowhere Girls by Amy Reed "Three misfits… Continue reading Feminism in YA – Part 2
I recently started doing a two part post each month in which I recommend some books. I have done one about inclusive books, and my most recent one was all about audiobooks. This month I wanted to discuss and recommend YA books that discuss feminism or are feminist books! This is going to be a two… Continue reading Feminism in YA – Part 1
Thank you to the publisher who gifted me a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. Mera is the heir to the throne of Xebel, the other not-so-lost colony under the sea. Mera isn't destined to wear the crown of Xebel, she is destined to wear Atlantis' crown. She is sent to… Continue reading Mera: Tidebreaker – Danielle Paige
I am back once again with another of my new book releases I'm excited about posts! June is another month of lots of brand new Young Adult books. I cannot get over how many wonderful new releases we have been treated to already this year! Here are the June releases I am excited about!My Secret… Continue reading June Releases I’m Excited About!
Thank you to the publisher who gifted me a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. The Polar ice caps are almost all melted which is causing devastation to coastal cities. Deadly weather forces everyone to move inland which is tearing families apart. Earth is facing its greatest crisis and Superman and… Continue reading Super Sons: The Polarshield Project – Ridley Pearson
Thank you to the publisher who gifted me a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. Brody feels as though no one understands him; not his genius older brother, not his overworked parents and most certainly not the girls set on making his life a misery. Then he meets Nico, an art… Continue reading The Last Bus to Everland – Sophie Cameron