I’ve always found it sort of ironic that my library’s teen librarian ordered this book. I mean, it’s about an evil librarian. Doesn’t that go against some sort of librarian moral code? Is my teen librarian secretly evil? Is yours? … Continue reading
This one may come as a surprise to you. Contemporary romance books are usually not my forte, but I decided to pick this up for two reasons:
1) Beautiful book cover
What can I say, I’m a sucker for pretty covers.
2) The protagonist sounded kind of like me
She plays clarinet, and the same part as me, for one thing. (Well, I’m third clarinet now, but I always was second. Never really figured out how my teacher decided to split up the parts. Either way, at least I’m first chair of Clarinet 3!) That in itself won me over.
I love how this book takes a depressing topic, grief, and manages to make it a sweet and fun book. It manages to address these topics without making you feel down, and that is pretty amazing.
Because of the love triangle that goes on in this novel, you’ll be struggling by “shipping” Lennie with the guy of your choice. Personally, I wasn’t a fan of Toby. Joe has my heart. *I can’t believe I just said that on the internet…*
Anyway, this is a really well done contemporary YA romance that even I enjoyed reading. Pick it up; you won’t be disappointed. Until you finish reading it, that is.
I give The Sky is Everywhere 5 stars!
And psst… My next review coming in the next week or so is of the first book in a new sci-fi series. Stay tuned!
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Can we dwell on this book’s ADORABLE cover and spine? My spur-of-the-moment photos take away from the gorgeousness that is this book. As I’ve mentioned before. I am a sucker for cool, bright or pretty covers. Now, the content. My … Continue reading
(Photo is from Goodreads) “What does it take to survive aboard a spaceship fueled by lies?” Synopsis: Amy has a choice; she can be frozen and join her parents aboard a ship embarking on a three-hundred-year long voyage … Continue reading