Tag Archives: young adult books

The Changeling by Victor LaValle

  This beloved little gem of a book fell into my hands in the most delightful of ways. My mother went to NYC to visit my younger brother, and they scored some free tickets to The View (I’m already seething … Continue reading

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Captive by A.J. Grainger

Something about Stockholm Syndrome really jazzes my beebo, youknowwhatimsayin’? No? What? Why are you looking at me like that? I promise I’m not a psychopath, but reading books about kidnappings where the victim falls in love with their captor is one of … Continue reading

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October OwlCrate

  In honor of my website hitting 5,000 views earlier this week (what the even heck), I made a vlog about this month’s OwlCrate box! I apologize in advance for the vulgarity, I have a mouth of a drunken sailor … Continue reading

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Shrill: Notes from a Loud Woman by Lindy West

You know that feeling you get when read a book and contemplate physically uprooting your life in order to become some weird, greasy gypsy lady, following the author around the globe just so you can be in the same vicinity as them at … Continue reading

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Dear Mr. M by Herman Koch

TWO WORDS: STUPID BOOK. This book was like a big, shitty tornado, wasting your time and throwing dumb characters and story lines in your face until your whole view of the book is flipped upside down and you just want it to … Continue reading

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