Review: The Loneliest Girl In The Universe By Lauren James.

Release Date: September 7th 2017. Publisher: Walker Books Australia. Source: From Publisher in exchange for an honest review. Cover: Love it! It drew me right in.   Synoposis from Goodreads:  Can you fall in love with someone you’ve never met, never even spoken to – someone who is light years away? Romy Silvers is the … More Review: The Loneliest Girl In The Universe By Lauren James.

A Breathtaking Romantic Fantasy: Thorne By Charlotte McConaghy #aww2017.

Release Date: February 1st 2016. Publisher: Random House Australia. Source: Purchased myself 🙂   Synopsis from Goodreads: Continuing the epic romantic fantasy series that began with Avery, Thorne is a story of courage, sacrifice, and forbidden love. Lovers in Kaya have always died together, bonded in death as in life. But rumors of a cure are rife. A team of … More A Breathtaking Romantic Fantasy: Thorne By Charlotte McConaghy #aww2017.

Spine-Tingling Thriller: Ballad For A Mad Girl By Vikki Wakefield #aww2017

Release Date: 29th May 2017. Publisher: Text Publishing Australia. Source: From publisher in exchange for a honest review.  Cover Rating: Has me intrigued.    Synopsis from Goodreads: EVERYONE knows seventeen-year-old Grace Foley is a bit mad. She’s a prankster and a risk-taker, and she’s not afraid of anything—except losing. As part of the long-running feud between two local schools … More Spine-Tingling Thriller: Ballad For A Mad Girl By Vikki Wakefield #aww2017

List Review #2: Night Swimming By Steph Bowe #aww2017

Release Date: April 2017 Publisher: Text Publishing Australia. Source: From publisher in exchange for an honest review. Cover Rating: Adorable.   Synopsis from Goodreads:  Steph Bowe is back. Night Swimming is a love story with a twist, and a whole lot of heart. Imagine being the only two seventeen-year-olds in a small town. That’s life for … More List Review #2: Night Swimming By Steph Bowe #aww2017

Review: Strange The Dreamer by Laini Taylor.

Release Date: March 28th 2017. Publisher: Hachette Australia. Source: From publisher in exchange for an honest review.   Synopsis: The dream chooses the dreamer, not the other way around—and Lazlo Strange, war orphan and junior librarian, has always feared that his dream chose poorly. Since he was five years old he’s been obsessed with the … More Review: Strange The Dreamer by Laini Taylor.