March BookOutlet Book Haul!



So if you guys haven't heard of shopped at BookOutlet.com, I would suggest you start! They are awesome! You find books at great prices, old and new. This month I purchased 20 books for Destiny and I to read. I don't know where we will find the room or the time to read them but we will find a way. Here is our epic book haul!



Unscripted Joss Byrd by Lygia Day PeƱaflor

The Boy Most Likely To by Huntley Fitzpatrick

The Summer of Chasing Mermaids by Sarah Ockler

Young Widows Club by Alexandra Coutts

The Walls Around Us by Nova Ren Suma

Come Back To Me by Mila Gray

Even When You Lie to Me by Jessica Alcott

The Diabolic by S.J. Kincaid

Beware That Girl by Teresa Toten

Swallowing Stones by Joyce McDonald

Shattering Glass by Gail Giles

The Morgue and Me by John C. Ford

Our Chemical Hearts by Krystal Sutherland

What Light by Jay Asher

The Merciless by Danielle Vega

Second Star by Alyssa B. Sheinmel

Alight by Scott Sigler

A Matter of Heart by Amy Fellner Dominy

The Incident on the Bridge by Laura McNeal

Tales of the Peculiar by Ransom Riggs

New Books Hitting the Shelves in April!


It looks like April is going to be a great month for two reasons, 1. It's my birthday and 2. look at the amazing list of the books that are being released! All of these books sounds awesome so I cannot wait to read them! A few of these I have ARC's for so stay tuned for these reviews.



That Feel When by Kayti McGee 
Release date: April 1
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All the Forever Things by Jolene Perry
Release date: April 1
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Blacklist (Beautiful Idols #2) by Alyson Noel 
Release date: April 4
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Shadowcaster (Shattered Realms #2) by Cinda Williams Chima
Release date: April 4
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True North (True Born Trilogy #2) by L.E. Sterling
Release date: April 4
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Undiscovered Country by Jennifer Gold
Release date: April 4
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Defy the Stars (Untitled #1) by Claudia Gray
Release date: April 4
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Letters to the Lost by Brigid Kemmerer
Release date: April 4
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But Then I Came Back by Estelle Laure
Release date: April 4
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Alex, Approximately by Jenn Bennett
Release date: April 4
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Definitions of Indefinable Things by Whitney Taylor
Release date: April 4
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The End of Our Story by Meg Haston
Release date: April 4
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Rolls Royce by Margaret Stohl
Release date: April 4
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The End of the Day by Claire North
Release date: April 4
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The Perfect Stranger (All the Missing Girls #2) by Megan Miranda

Release date: April 11
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Unearthly Things by Michelle Gagnon
Release date: April 11
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The Upside of Unrequited by Becky Albertalli
Release date: April 11
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Literally by Lucy Keating
Release date: April 11
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Run the Risk (On the Edge #3) by Allison van Diepen
Release date: April 11
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Spindle Fire (Spindle Fire #1) by Lexa Hillyer

Release date: April 11
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The Freemason's Daughter by Shelley Sackier
Release date: April 11
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The Day I Died: A Novel by Lori Rader-Day
Release date: April 11
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Given to the Sea by Mindy McGinnis
Release date: April 11
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Alex and Eliza: A Love Story by Melissa de la Cruz
Release date: April 11
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Gone Without a Trace by Mary Torjussen

Release date: April 18
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Grendel's Guide to Love and War by A.E. Kaplan
Release date: April 18
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Fireworks by Katie Cotugno

Release date: April 18
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Bang by Barry Lyga
Release date: April 18
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Beneath the Shine by Sarah Fine

Release date: April 18
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Changes in Latitudes by Jen Malone 
Release date: April 18
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Cover coming soon!

Revelry by Kandi Steiner
Release date: April 20
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I Found You by Lisa Jewell
Release date: April 25
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North of Happy by Adi Alsaid 
Release date: April 25
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Saint Death by Marcus Sedgwick
Release date: April 25


Blood Brothers by Colleen Nelson
Release date: April 25


Lucky Girl by Amanda Maciel
Release date: April 25


Looking for Group by Rory Harrison
Release date: April 25


The Whole Thing Together by Ann Brashares
Release date: April 25



The Servant boy by Reesha Goral Book Review!


I received an e-arc from the author in exchange for an honest review. This book....THIS BOOK!

This book is a story of triumph, redemption, and conviction. This was unlike anything I have ever read before. It was poignant and so beautifully written, I wish I had read this sooner if possible. I felt like Reesha Goral personalized the story, because to me it felt like Zayne was the one who wrote it. Zayne was holding the pen and Reesha was merely the story teller. I felt like the readers could all learn from reading the stories that were told in this book. This book is filled with messages and life lessons. It also has a huge important message that this world needs right now. We must not give up on humanity. We must love our neighbor and open our arms to them. Do not be blinded by fear.

The structure of this story is strong as are the characters and the setting. Thank you Reesha for writing such a spectacular piece. I wish that this book could be added to reading list for seniors in high school. They would learn a lot from this. I give this book 5/5 stars!

Fatal by John Lescroart Book Review!

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Thank you, NetGalley for providing me with an ARC in exchange for an honest review.

This book was gripping, intense, thrilling, and kept me in suspense. I am a sucker for a great mystery book and this one really did it to me.

The plot is strong and can somewhat be relatable by some women. Kate, her friends, and their spouses have dinner with a couple and enjoyed their night. Kate just cannot get Peter out of her head. She has never cheated and has never thought of cheating but something about Peter has caught her attention. This is where everything starts to begin. I love the way John Lescroart wrote the story. There were a bit of flash-backs and time jumps while the story was happening. It was similar to Mary Kubica's The Good Girl.

The structure of this story is strong with characters that were very likable, complex and relatable. The setting is one that we have either dreamed of living or have seen in magazines. It's a very affluent scene and shows that it can come with trouble. There are so many twists and turns that it will make your head spin!

The story had many strengths. Too many to write and had very little weaknesses. This book had me thinking about "what if they made this into a TV show?" It totally gave me the Revenge/Scandal vibe. Can we shop this book around? There are many storylines that can come out of this book!

Overall, I loved this book. I would recommend it to my mother and to my daughter. So with that being said. GO BUY THIS BOOK AND READ IT! I give it 4.5/5 stars.

The Most Dangerous Place on Earth Book Review by Lindsey Lee Johnson!

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Thank you Netgalley for providing me with an ARC in exchange for an honest review. 

This book I just could not put down but I had to due to work and school and this thing called “adulting”.  It was hard to grasp that these kids were in the eighth grade when I started reading! Reading about their lives as the story began to feel like I was reading about kids in high school.

Calista Broderick is a 13-year-old girl just trying to live life and have fun. Until some kid that she and everyone else in her circle of friends deem strange leaves her a note in her locker. She starts to read it and is immediately weirded out by it. What happens next is just cruel and not cool.

The structure of this story was great. The foundation was strong which led to a great buildup of characters and plot. The one thing I loved that I have not seen too often in books is the way Lindsey Lee Johnson wrote the book. It was written it time jumps. Eight grade to junior year in high school then fasts forward to senior year. We see the characters transform and see how their environment shapes them as people and how their past catches up with their future.

This story takes place mostly in school and on social media. As I previously stated, the characters were so well structured and rounded that they were relatable and even unlikable.

This story had so many strengths. Mainly because we see this happening all over the country in every school. Popularity is something every kid wants to accomplish in middle school and high school. So I get why Lindsey Lee Johnson chose to name the book, The Most Dangerous Place on Earth.

In conclusion, this book is necessary to read for all teens and parents of teens. You will not be disappointed. My heart broke reading this. I give this book 4/5 stars.