Wayward Reviews

Erratic reviews by a preposterous tea-drinking cat lady.

  Rating: Review: Kasie West is the queen of fluffy YA romance and she does not disappoint in her newest book. Kate doesn’t really like dealing with people. He life is on a waverunner somewhere in the water of her parents’ marina. However, her best friend Alana, convinces her to take a course making the […]

  Rating: Review: If you like Becky Albertalli or Adam Silvera, you need to read this book. Full stop. Arthur is in New York for the summer, interning at his mother’s law firm. He is missing his friends, and looking forward to the summer ending, so that he can go back home. Ben is a […]

  Rating: Review: Dead. I am dead. This book absolutely killed me and if there is not a sequel ASAP, I may riot. In a post-apocalyptic world, Eve lives with her grandfather and to pay for his meds, she takes up fighting robots at night. After a bit of trouble at a fight, Eve and […]

Rating: Review: I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review. Is all Julie Kagawa like this? Because If so, I REALLY need to read her other work. This book was hands-down, one of the most amazing YA fantasy books I’ve read all year. Yumeko is half-kitsune, living in an isolated […]

  Rating: Review: Twinkle lonely at school. Her ex-best friend, Maddie has left her to hang out with the popular kids. Twinkle longs to become one of them so that she and Maddie can be friends again. Twinkle think that the best way to do this would be to date Neil Roy, a popular pre-Olympic […]

Rating: Review: So, going into the book, I was kinda expecting like Dead Space or something. What I got? Definitely the deadly outbreak, and despite the characters INSISTING there are no such thing as zombies, they were kind of zombie-like. So this crew consists of the dumbest commander ever – Dylan. Despite the fact that […]

Rating: Review: Enne is a society girl at a finishing school in Bellamy, awaiting her mother’s return from a trip. When her mother doesn’t return from New Reynes, Enne takes the advice of her mother’s last message which said: ”If a storm were to further delay my return or another unforeseen circumstance occurs, you can […]

  “I cannot let the broken girl inside of me inhale all that I’ve become. I cannot revert back to another version of myself. I will not shatter, not again, in the wake of an emotional earthquake.” Rating: Review: OK. I’m not sure what I can say here that isn’t a giant crazy spoiler. Here’s […]

  “After the first few seconds pass, it’s clear Pestilence doesn’t know what lips are supposed to do in a kiss. All his (hateful) enthusiasm is there, but it’s being held up by the rigid set of his mouth.” Rating: Review: So I received an ARC from the author for an honest review. The four […]

    Rating:  Review: Spinning Silver is a spiritual successor to Naomi Novik’s highly acclaimed Uprooted. It’s a rich and captivating retelling of Rumpelstiltskin Miryem’s family are moneylenders, but when her father fails to collect the money that he’s owed from the local villagers, she takes it upon herself to go in her fathers’ stead. […]

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