| Spotlight | The Vestige | Carol George

em segunda-feira, 21 de maio de 2018 | Sem comentários:


Choose to see the unseen...

Julie Stryker has spent her life in the scenic streets of Charleston, South Carolina, bicycling to the local college, working at a coffeehouse, watching her family fall apart and back together. She has plans, dreams—all of which seem out of reach. Then she meets a handsome stranger at work, and she believes her life is on the brink of a much needed change. But after a tragic accident, Julie is whisked away from the only home she’s ever known and confronted with a life-altering secret: The end of the world has already occurred and a portion of humankind has been kept oblivious.

Tossed into a hidden world of deception, Julie must confront the truth within herself and reveal the government’s layers before the end of the world becomes a permanent reality.

1st Layer: What you can see.
2nd Layer: What you know is real.
3rd Layer: What you can neither see nor know is real.

Find all the information about this book on Goodreads and Amazon.

| Interview | Susana C. Júdice | Liberum's Dream

em quarta-feira, 16 de maio de 2018 | Sem comentários:

Hello book-nerds!
How are you? I know I'm lacking on reviews, and I'm very sorry to inform you that it will get worse before it gets better. My exams are here and I have so muuuch to do. And to worsen everything I'm also negotiating the release of my second book so reading and reviews are at the bottom of a very, very long list.
Still, I promise I'll try to keep you updated as much as possible. Don't give up on us!
Information a side, I had the wonderfull oportunity to interview the talented Susana C. Júdice, you can read my thoughts on her book here. Now, there are no spoilers below so feel free to read this conversation!

| Review | Fire and Ice | Jennifer DiGiovanni

em segunda-feira, 23 de abril de 2018 | Sem comentários:

Here's a new review, book-nerds!!
I'm doing better right? I'm trying very hard to be organised, but I still have a long way to go before having my reviews in order. Still, how's your reading going?

| Spotlight | Burro Hills | Julia Rubin

em sexta-feira, 20 de abril de 2018 | Sem comentários:

“Are you a fan of The Outsiders and Perks of Being a Wallflower? Now imagine them mashed together. That’s what awaits you in Burro Hills by Julia Lynn Rubin.” ―YA Interrobang

Jack Burns is a resident―though oftentimes he feels like an inmate―of the tiny, California desert town of Burro Hills. Growing up surrounded by the broken dreams of his parents, Jack wonders if he will ever just get out. Get out of dealing drugs. Get out of poverty. Get away from the suffocating masculinity in high school boys. And get out of his own head. When he’s not running with his crew and trying to stay under the radar, he is in his favorite spot with his best friend, Jess, fantasizing about escape. 

Until Connor Orellana shows up. The new boy captivates everyone in school, including Jack, who is magnetized by Connor’s lack of self-consciousness and inhibition. As their connection deepens, Connor challenges him to see that liberation comes from accepting and trusting his nature, while Jack helps ground Connor and the dark energy that drives his free spirit. But their relationship will set into motion a series of events that have lasting consequences, jeopardizing Jack’s budding romance with Connor and the life he’s tried so hard to salvage in Burro Hills.

| Cover Reveal | AER | Tracy Korn

em quarta-feira, 18 de abril de 2018 | Sem comentários:
Hello guys!
Today we are partening up with Snow Wings Publishing to do another amazing cover reveal!

| Review | The Hound of the Baskervilles by Guerra e Paz

em domingo, 15 de abril de 2018 | Sem comentários:

Hello book-nerds!
Even though I'm not having much time to write reviews - university, I'm reading pretty much. I was hoping to read 40 books this year but I've done 22 already, so I may have to update my reading goal!
What about you? How's your year of books going?