Review: The Butterfly Garden (Collector’s Trilogy #1) – Dot Hutchison

FBI agents Victor Hanoverian and Brandon Eddison discover a beautiful garden full of kidnapped girls called “Butterflies”, called this because of the beautiful wings their captor tattoos on their backs. The agents decide to bring in one of the survivors, Maya, for questioning, when it becomes obvious that the other survivors look to her for leadership.

Why this book?: I had heard about this one a few times, and was looking for something non-sci-fi. I had also gotten a Kindle Unlimited trial, and decided to try out audiobooks for the first time.

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Review: Falling Kingdoms (Falling Kingdoms #1) – Morgan Rhodes


In Falling Kingdoms, four teens become important as war breaks out across all three countries of Mytica. The missing magic is supposedly draining from their world, and only one can restore it.

Why this book?: I’ve heard a lot about this series, especially from a friend who prompted me to read this in return for her to read The Abyss Surrounds Us. Also was intrigued in it being described as the “Game of Thrones for YA”!


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Review: The Inexplicable Logic of My Life – Benjamine Alire Sáenz

Sal used to think that he knew his place, that he knew who he was. But recent events have caused him to lash out at everything, and making him question himself and his place within his life.

Why this book?: Benjamin Alire Sáenz is an auto-buy after Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe. I was also fortunate enough to win an ARC through HMH publishing!!

I would like to thank the people at Clarion/HMH Publishing for allowing me to have an ARC of this book.

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Review: The Roanoke Girls – Amy Engel

30689335After her mother’s suicide, Lane is sent to live with her grandparents and cousin out in Kansas. A dark secret pushes her from that home, leading her to seek out a life in LA. Years later, her grandfather calls her, telling her that her cousin Allegra has gone missing. Lane heads back to the small Kansas town, bent on discovering what has happened to her beloved cousin.

Why this book?: I was looking for a thriller, and this book was up on NetGalley for such a long time, I finally had to check it out.

I would like to thank the people at Crown Publishing for allowing me to have an ARC of this book via NetGalley.

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Review: Consider – Kristy Acevedo

While out on a date with her boyfriend Dominick, a mysterious hologram and portal appear in front of the train that Alex and Dominick were riding. The entire earth’s population is given an ultimatum: enter through the vertexes around the world to the hologram’s world, or die on earth when a comet hits.

Why this book?: After witnessing Julia Ember (Author of Unicorn Tracksread this novel, I just had to get my hands on it. Also, general anxiety disorder rep? Please!!

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