Imagine inheriting a manor and discovering two-hundred-year-old love letters addressed to you. Is it fate or something more?
Milkweed is honestly a masterpiece, for lack of a better word, and I was sad when each chapter came to an end! The story highlights the innocence of a child and proves that hatred is taught.
After spending the last couple of weeks reading Historical Fiction, I felt like it was time for me to read something lighter and Love & Gelato was the perfect choice!
More than ten years ago, I began reading the Alex Rider series, and it quickly became one of my favorites.
There You’ll Find Me is a diamond in the rough, and I hope you will appreciate it as much as I do! Jenny B. Jones wrote an incredible novel that is enjoyable but also reveals some profound truths.
The Fault in Our Stars is a little infinity that I want to go back to over and over again! It’s one of the most touching, heartfelt, books I’ve ever read.
Salt to the Sea follows three people who are trying to get to freedom at the end of the war in East Prussia. Each has secrets they are holding onto, but they all have a common goal: get on board the Wilhelm Gustloff.
Sometimes even the strongest person can’t keep the ones they love together. Take a trip into Siberia during World War II to witness true hope!
Caraval was a magical book full of twists and turns. It reminded me a bit like The Hunger Games, but this book was in a category of its own.