First things first, this book was legitimately creepy. It’s described by one reviewer on the back cover as a “chiller” and nothing could be more true. From the setting (a foggy rock island that looks like “a thing” on the water as you approach) to the monster within it’s pages, it takes a magical realism… Read more
MOST LIKELY TO: Make me believe time travel is real. Hi. It’s late and noticeably not Sunday night. Great start, Elle! To be fair to me and my neglected self-imposed deadline, today DOES mark one week since 2020 began. Is that enough of an excuse for me to skate by on? If not, I’m claiming… Read more
The Young Adult books chosen for this challenge fall into 4 main categories.
- 10 books were selected from Time’s list of 100 Best Young Adult Books of All Time.
- 10 books were chosen because they were written by diverse female authors.
- 10 are current and former favorites of mine from my
- 10 are Young Adult fantasy titles, including one full series.
The remaining 12 YA books I’ll read in the coming year will be new releases and/or recommendations! Find the full list on Goodreads.
I will be reading 1 book per week and blogging a review of it that will be posted by Sunday night. I’ll assign every book a superlative (in the spirit of high school) instead of a starred review. This is partially cause it seems fun, but mostly because ranking every book individually sounds like way too much pressure, and this challenge is already intimidating enough.
Don’t miss out, bookworms!
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