Friday, May 29, 2015

P.S. I Still Love You by Jenny Han

P.S. I Still Love You 
by Jenny Han

Released: May 26, 2015
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Series: To All the Boys I've Loved Before, Book 2
Preceded By: To All the Boys I've Loved Before
Page Amount: 337, US Hardback
POV: 1st Person (Lara Jean)
Buy it here: Barnes & NobleAmazon

=89/100 B

Lara Jean didn’t expect to really fall for Peter. She and Peter were just pretending. Except suddenly they weren’t. Now Lara Jean is more confused than ever. When another boy from her past returns to her life, Lara Jean’s feelings for him return too. Can a girl be in love with two boys at once?

I read this book in one sitting, something I rarely ever do. I ran to the bookstore the day it was released, came home, crawled into bed, and then read until four in the morning. The sleepiness that resulted the following day was worth it. I really enjoyed this book. I have always been a fan of Jenny Han's books ever since I first read The Summer I Turned Pretty, and I have yet to be disappointed by her. Her books are light and airy, perfect reads for summer. However, this book also had a bit of drama and developed a more complex plot.

This book picks up right where To All the Boys I've loved before ended. Lara Jean is wrestling with having real feelings for Peter Kavinsky and is on her way to give him an apology letter. However, of course drama ensues as soon as she talks to Peter again. Eventually, John Ambrose McClaren enters the picture again, which creates quite the love triangle. Then Genevieve once again enters the picture leading to a love square. Needless to say, Lara Jean is confused. I found the plot of this book very entertaining because first loves are a little messy and confusing. It was interesting to see how Lara Jean wrestled with her feelings for the other three characters. This book also encompasses an Internet scandal, family dynamics, secrets, and the difficulty of friendships. Each of those additional plotlines and aspects of this book made it real and totally relatable. Once again, I loved seeing how Lara Jean interacted at home with her sisters Margot and Kitty. This book is more than just a love story. It's a depiction of one girl's journey through high school.  

These characters were very well developed throughout this book. Lara Jean is a typical sixteen year old girl. She didn't think sometimes which could found a little frustrating, but to me that made her voice all the more realistic. I really loved getting inside of her head. She went through a lot of feelings that every teenager does, and I loved being able to see how she handled them. Contrary to many readers though, I'm not a huge fan of Peter K. I believe Lara Jean deserved better. Peter is arrogant and a stereotypical "cool" jock. He was not very good at all at communicating with Lara Jean which led to many problems in their relationship. For being such a manly man, I would've thought he would fight for his love. On the other hand, we finally get to officially meet John Ambrose McClaren. John is a good guy and a good friend. I loved seeing how John's relationship with Lara Jean grew throughout the book. However, Kitty was by far my favorite character. She is fierce. Her relationships with Lara Jean and Peter were really fun to read about. I also loved how she kept trying to set her dad up on dates. All in all, the characters all brought different personalities which made for some interesting scenarios.

The ending did not end exactly how I wished it would, but it was still a satisfying conclusion. Personally I still dislike Peter. I feel like he was rarely heartfelt with Lara Jean. I don't think he's ready for a serious, committed relationship yet. I loved how all of the storylines were tied up, especially John's. I also thought that it was fitting that not everything went Lara Jean's way even at the end. If Han had made everything go instantly perfectly, this book would have lost its realistic feel. All in all, I loved reading this book. This series holds a soft spot in my heart. I cannot wait to see what Jenny Han is working on next! 

My Favorite Part: The "do you want to build a snowman" scene!

Do I recommend this book? Yes, most definitely! This duology is such a quick, fun, light read.

It's a Book Thing
Review by Macy ♥

Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Saint Anything by Sarah Dessen

Saint Anything 
by Sarah Dessen

Released: May 5, 2015
Publisher: Viking Juvenile
Page Amount: 432, US Hardback
POV: 1st Person (Sydney)
Buy it here: Barnes & NobleAmazon

=90/100 A

Peyton, Sydney's charismatic older brother, has always been the star of the family, receiving the lion's share of their parents' attention and—lately—concern. When Peyton's increasingly reckless behavior culminates in an accident, a drunk driving conviction, and a jail sentence, Sydney is cast adrift, searching for her place in the family and the world. When everyone else is so worried about Peyton, is she the only one concerned about the victim of the accident? Enter the Chathams, a warm, chaotic family who run a pizza parlor, play bluegrass on weekends, and pitch in to care for their mother, who has multiple sclerosis. Here Sydney experiences unquestioning acceptance. And here she meets Mac, gentle, watchful, and protective, who makes Sydney feel seen, really seen, for the first time.

Sarah Dessen is the queen of Young Adult Contemporary novels. She has written 12 books so far and each one is better than those preceding it. Saint Anything is by far my favorite Sarah Dessen book. This book has a depth to it while still maintaining a light mood. Dealing with the repercussions of Sydney's older brother, Peyton, being in prison from alcohol abuse, Sydney has to figure out how to move past the guilt that she feels. To do this, Sydney changes schools and makes new friends. She finally has a new beginning. The plot of Saint Anything is very intriguing. There are many aspects to the plot which ensures that no page is dull. Not only are there issues of substance abuse, but also family drama, illness, guilt, friendships, unhealthy relationships, love, and last but not least: food. Sydney is faced with so many hardships during these 400 pages, but continues to focus on the good things of life. This book is extremely heartfelt and interesting. Although I was not able to relate entirely to Sydney's position, I think we all can relate to Sydney's feeling of being invisible. No matter if you're a super popular person or a nerd sitting at home reviewing books, I'm sure everyone has felt invisible if even for just a moment. This books perfectly captures that feeling and provides hope.

The characters in this book are amazing. Sydney, in all honesty, is a pretty bland character on her own. She doesn't have a dynamic personality and stays hidden in her brother's shadow. However, this was intentional. Once Sydney meets the Chathams, she begins to open up and have some fun. As a reader, I was able to see Sydney grow and become who she was supposed to be: a good daughter as well as an amazing friend. Her new friend, Layla, was another driving character of this book. She is bubbly and is a connoisseur of food and relationships. Her brother, Mac, is always there. He is a loyal companion and also a brainiac. He wasn't as dynamic of a character as Dessen's boys typically are, but I believe his character was perfect for this book and for Sydney. His relationship with Sydney was not at all the focal point of this novel. On the contrary, there is barely any romance in this book. However, the few romantic scenes that were included were so simple and so eloquent that they still made me swoon. It was also very interesting to see the stark differences between Sydney's parents and the Chatham's. Sydney's mom annoyed me to no end because she wanted to control everything both of her children did and did not take time to realize that Sydney is not her brother Peyton. I personally know a mother like this and that was probably why I had such a emotional response to this character. I am glad that Dessen included a character like her though because there are sadly a lot of parents who are very controlling, which is difficult for a teenager to handle. All in all, each and every character blew me away. Even the smallest of the small secondary characters had a distinct personality and an intricate backstory.

The ending was good. I understand why Dessen ended the book there, but personally I wish she would have continued for just one more page. I am curious to find out how the final issue resolved itself, but I guess now that is up to my imagination. Well played, Dessen. Honestly, I just wish this book was longer. It was a long book, but there was so much to it that it could go on for another whole book. I'm still not ready to say goodbye to Sydney, Layla, and Mac. This book is definitely one of the best of 2015. 

My Favorite Part: The pillow fight scene. I'm laughing just thinking about it.

Do I recommend this book? Yes! This is an amazing book, and it is a perfect read for summer! 

It's a Book Thing
Review by Macy ♥

Sunday, May 24, 2015

The Heir by Kiera Cass

The Heir 
by Kiera Cass

Released: May 5, 2015
Publisher: HarperTeen
Series: The Selection, Book 4
Preceded By: The One
Followed By: TBA
Page Amount: 352, US Hardback
POV: 1st Person (Eadlyn)
Buy it here: Barnes & NobleAmazon

=74/100 C

Princess Eadlyn has grown up hearing endless stories about how her mother and father met. Twenty years ago, America Singer entered the Selection and won the heart of Prince Maxon—and they lived happily ever after. Eadlyn has always found their fairy-tale story romantic, but she has no interest in trying to repeat it. If it were up to her, she'd put off marriage for as long as possible. But a princess's life is never entirely her own, and Eadlyn can't escape her very own Selection—no matter how fervently she protests. Eadlyn doesn't expect her story to end in romance. But as the competition begins, one entry may just capture Eadlyn's heart, showing her all the possibilities that lie in front of her . . . and proving that finding her own happily ever after isn't as impossible as she's always thought.

First of all, I loved The Selection series. I fell in love with Maxon and the palace that Cass created. I even liked America and her evolving characterization. The Heir is more of a companion novel to The Selection than a sequel. You really do not have to read The Selection series prior to reading this book. However, it makes The Heir more entertaining once you know America and Maxon's backstories. The Heir focuses on Eadlyn, Queen America's daughter, as she goes through her own selection to appease her parents and to settle unrest among the country.  

Contrary to a lot of reviewers, I enjoyed America's character. Sure, she was whiny and annoying at times mainly in The Elite, but all in all, I was able to witness her grow as a person and as a leader. Eadlyn is kind of the same in that way but not quite. To be honest, I hate Eadlyn's character. She is a whiny, spoiled, rude brat. She annoyed me to no end with her cruel swipes at the selected boys. She believes she has it so hard even though one of the only things she worries about throughout the book is which tiara to wear. Anyway, just because I didn't like Eadlyn does not mean that her voice wasn't consistent. Cass did do an amazing job at capturing Eadlyn's voice. Her point of view was consistent throughout every page, which is a difficult task to complete with such eloquence as Cass does. I believe that Cass did an excellent job at maintaining Eadlyn's voice and creating a memorable, district point of view. Although I personally didn't like Eadlyn as a character, I still appreciate the risk that Cass took in creating a character drastically different from America.

As for the other characters, they made this book for me. I am absolutely in love with Kile. The scenes between him and Eadlyn were so beautifully captured. I was swooning anytime he came into the scene. I can tell he has a lot of depth to his character that I hope will be explored in the next novel. Not only Kile, but all of the selection boys were developed. I loved getting to read about so many of the boys' pasts and interests. Each of them were very thoughtfully created. Henri was another favorite of mine. His overwhelming joy was adorable. I also loved Henri's translator, Erik. How I wish he was one of the selected. I have a feeling Cass has a great plan for him though in the next book, which I am extremely excited about. It was also nice to see America, Maxon, Aspen, Lucy, and Marlee incorporated into the book. However, I miss heartthrob Maxon. I don't like fatherly Maxon as much; he's a lot less fun.

The plot of this book was interesting, but not really unique. It's basically the same story as The Selection with a more annoying narrator. I would have rather had a book detailing The Selection from Maxon's point of view. However, I still very much enjoyed this book. I stayed up until 3AM reading it last night, only stopping once I realized I had to get up early this morning. Once dates started happening in this book, I couldn't put it down. The boys in this book are reason enough to read it. Even though I didn't rate this book very highly, I still loved it and think that it is worth the read. 

The ending was a tad disappointing. It was very abrupt and felt rushed. Part of it was very shocking, but it felt out of place. I wish Cass would've spent more time building up to this point instead of cramming it all in on the last two pages. If it was elaborated more, I would've had more of a emotional response. I also was kind of bummed Cass didn't even really hint to which boy Eadlyn would choose or even narrow it down. The ending was just a little too open for my liking. I need the promise of more Kile to convince me to read the last book. All in all, I did very much enjoying reading this book, and I hope that you give it a try! Do it for the boys. Do it for Kile. 

My Favorite Part: Kile. Kile. Kile.

Do I recommend this book? Yes, Kile made this book amazing. Actually, all of the swoon-worthy interesting boys made this book riveting. 

Will I be reading the next book? I have to. I need more Kile in my life.

It's a Book Thing
Review by Macy ♥

Thursday, May 21, 2015

May 2015 Releases

New Releases in May

 A Court of Thorns and Roses: To be completely honest, I have never read any of Sarah J. Maas's books. However, that is not to say that I don't want to! I have met Sarah J. Maas 3 times. I own Throne of Glass. I just haven't had much time to read a bigger, fantasy, adventure book that will require me to focus all of my attention on it. Nonetheless, now that it is summer time, Throne of Glass is next on my TBR, and I hope to read A Court of Thorns and Roses soon after!

Daughter of Deep Silence: I am hoping to meet Carrie Ryan to sign this book and a copy of The Forest of Hands and Teeth for me! I didn't really like Ryan's zombie books just because zombies aren't my thing. I have yet to find a zombie book that I actually love. However, Ryan's books still display true talent, so I am excited to give this new book a read!

Saint Anything: If you've been following my blog and my Facebook, you probably already know that I was able to meet Sarah Dessen at one of her Saint Anything tour stops! (I will post about that later this week!) Saint Anything is already by far my favorite Dessen book. I loved all of her others, but this one hits the nail on the head. It is truly beautiful. Give this book a read. Sarah Dessen is the Queen of YA.

The Fill-In Boyfriend: I never read a Kasie West story before, but they sound so cute and fun. This book sounds extremely relatable to me. I also have had a less than ideal prom situation, so it will be interesting to see how the main character handles it. This book sounds like a fluffy, fun, summer read. 

The Cage: This book sounds so freaking amazing! The concept sounds super unique and intriguing. I cannot wait to pick up this book.

Kissing in America: This book sounds so fun! I cannot wait to read it. Road trip books are the best for summer.

Tiny Pretty Things: A ballerina novel sounds utterly fresh and delicious. I used to devour books starring dancers constantly, so I am excited to give this one a try. It sounds like its packed full of drama and intrigue, two things I love.

Crimson Bound: I haven't read the first book in this series, but I hope to really soon. This series sounds amazing!

The Heir: I love, love, LOVED The Selection Series. So naturally, I preordered The Heir. I'm about 70 pages into it right now, and honestly, as of now it's not really wowing me. Eadlyn is kind of annoying and whiny. I definitely prefer America. But let's face it, my main complaint as of now is that I need some new swoon worthy men seeing that Maxon is all fatherly now. (Not going to lie, I miss heartthrob Maxon.) 

Nowhere but Here: Katie McGarry's books are always swoon worthy, so this book will be perfect for summer. I cannot wait to read this book on my next vacation!

The Wrath and the Dawn: This book sounds so amazing. I'm hoping to meet this author as well. It sounds very mysterious, and I love a great mystery!

P.S. I Still Love You: YASSS. I've waited so long for this book. I have preordered it. I stayed up all night reading To All the Boys I've Loved Before and cannot wait to get my hands on the sequel. So many swoon worthy guys. So many decisions.

Extraordinary Means: Honestly, this book sounds too much like The Fault in Our Stars. I really hope there is a different spin on it though. It sounds like a good book, I just hope its not too similar to TFiOS.

Sunday, May 17, 2015

Fall with Me by Jennifer L. Armentrout

Fall with Me
by Jennifer L. Armentrout

Released: March 31, 2015
Publisher: Avon
Series: Wait for You 
Page Amount: 376, US Paperback
POV: 1st Person (Roxy)
Age Appropriate: 17+
Buy it here: Barnes & NobleAmazon

=81/100 B

Roxy's loved Reece Anders since she was fifteen, so when the straitlaced cop finally surrendered to a steamy encounter years later, Roxy hoped he'd fall for her, too. He didn't. Or that's what she's always believed. But then Reece storms back into her life when the man who injured her childhood friend is out of prison and wanting to make amends—something Roxy cannot do. The last thing she wants is to go there with Reece again, but he's determined to prove to her that he's exactly what she needs. Especially when a sick creep starts messing with her. But what's more dangerous to Roxy—a psycho after her or the past that refuses to let go and allow her to open up her heart again?

Okay, I must first give a disclaimer for this review. I have never read any New Adult books until this one. Prior to this, I read primarily Young Adult. That being said, I believe most of my problems with this book resulted from its genre, not the book itself. I'll explain more in the review, but I just wanted to let you know that if you love New Adult books, don't avoid this book just because of my less than enthused review.  

The plot of this book was very intriguing. There are many girls being stalked and then hurt in Roxy's town, and eventually Roxy begins being stalked as well. That's when Reece, the hot cop, comes into the picture. Reece swears that he will do anything to protect Roxy. At the same time, Roxy is also dealing with her best friend, Charlie, dying in the hospital due to an act of violence committed by Henry, who was consequently sent to prison. However, at the start of this book, Roxy finds out that Henry is back in town and wants to see Charlie and her. So basically, Roxy is dealing with many scary situations throughout this book which made for an intriguing plot. I loved the whole plot surrounding the unknown stalker. It is interesting to see the mystery surrounding who the stalker is unfold. I love mysteries so that part of the book I found very interesting. The part of the book I didn't like so much was the romance. For those who have been following my blog for awhile, you may think "What is she saying? She loves romance in books." However, I like clean romance, and this book was anything but. I guess that is what New Adult books are like from what I've read, but I didn't realize that until I read Fall with Me. Needless to say, there are a lot of graphic scenes in this book that I skipped over. Reece and Roxy's relationship wasn't really my cup of tea, but aside from that I loved the plot. 

Honestly, the characters' personalities were what made me hate the romance in this book. Roxy was okay. I didn't love her as a narrator as I thought I would, because come on a geeky girl with glasses is so me. However, Roxy was a little too, I don't know, strange I guess. I love strange, but Roxy's voice was one that I couldn't really get into. I wish she would have seemed more realistic. She was irrationally stubborn sometimes, but the next moment she was caving. I just wish she was little bit more consistent. In contrast though, Roxy's personality was worlds better than Reece's. I personally hate Reece. I mean, sure it's nice that he wants to dedicate his life to protecting her, but I feel like the main reason why he does that is to get into Roxy's pants, which is wrong and disgusting. Honestly, with the data given in this book, I don't believe Reece loves Roxy. I believe he merely is lusting after her. He's just one of those guys, and personally, I can't stand those guys. I like male protagonists who are strong yet respectful because those are the kinds of guys that girls should go for. I don't know why girls would want to read about a guy who is a complete trash bag; they should have higher standards than that. I'm sorry for my brief rant, I just want to share my opinion and let my followers know that they deserve better.  

Despite everything bad I've stated, I did enjoy this book. When you skip over all of the questionable parts, it's an amazing mystery and intense read. I loved that part of it. This is a good book, don't get me wrong. I love Jennifer L. Armentrout and her Young Adult books. She is an amazing author. I just think that at this stage of my life New Adult is not for me even though I could be deemed a New Adult myself. I will always prefer the guys in books who treat women with dignity and respect because those are the guys that girls should fall for. Sure, abs are also great for a male protagonist, but if he doesn't have at least a decent personality then he's not worth reading and falling in love with. I know books like this are a works of fiction, but they are very realistic, which makes me wary of author's including male protagonists like Reece. But again, this is just my opinion. I still liked the book. I still think it's worth a read if you love New Adult books. This genre is just not for me.

My Favorite Part: The mystery behind the stalker. Stalker stories are always terrifying but intriguing.

Do I recommend this book? Yea, especially if you like New Adult. I would not recommend this book to anyone under 17 years old though.

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Review by Macy ♥

Sunday, May 10, 2015

Top Ten: Books That Should Be In Your Beach Bag

Top Ten Books That Should Be In Your Beach Bag
Top Ten is a weekly meme created by The Broke and the Bookish

1. The Summer I Turned Pretty Series by Jenny Han: Don't let the stupid title fool you, this series is AH-MAZING. I cannot stress that enough. This trilogy perfectly encompasses summer love. Plus what's not to love about two strikingly handsome brothers! Ahhh Jeremiah and Conrad are the perfect summer boyfriends. 

2. Saint Anything by Sarah DessenOr any book by Sarah Dessen for that matter. Sarah Dessen is hands down one of my favorite contemporary YA authors. Her books are so heartfelt and enchanting. I am reading Saint Anything next because I'm going to meet her this month (YAYYYY!). I'm sure Saint Anything will be the perfect beach read because Sarah Dessen knows how to create swoon worthy men. (Still not over Dexter from This Lullaby!) Anyway, Dessen has a lot of books that actually take place in the summertime so it is definitely the best time to read them!

3. All I Need by Susane Colasanti: This book. All the feels. Still in love with Seth. I relate to this book way more than I care to admit. It's a perfect, swoon worthy summer book. It's about Skye, a senior in high school, who falls in love with Seth, who just graduated from high school. Skye and Seth have a lot of summer adventures, but then Seth has to go away to college, which leads to some complications. But, of course, it ends happy and with a big act of affection which I love, love, LOVED! Definitely read this book! 

4. Paper Towns by John Green: Because the movie comes out JULY 24th!!! Yayyy! I am so pumped to read this book on my upcoming beach trip and am so excited to see the movie! I even convinced my boyfriend to read it with me. So come on, if he will read it, so should you.

5. To All the Boys I've Loved Before by Jenny Han: Another Jenny Han book because she's just THAT good! The sequel to this book, P.S. I Love You, comes out May 26th, so read it before then! It's a super quick, intriguing, fun read. This book focuses on family, which is really important and not normally seen in YA. There's also two cute guys so there's them as well haha ;D

6. Clarity by Kim Harrington: This book features a girl who has to help solve a mystery with her special gifts. It's a lot better than my lame summary. This book is so underrated, it needs to be read more!

7.  Forgive My Fins by Tera Lynn Childs: Mermaid books are perfect for summer and this is by far my favorite. It's so good! Don't let the stupid title fool you. It's really not a children's book, it's very much YA. I thoroughly enjoyed this book and Quince remains one of my favorite fictional boyfriends. Quince and Lily have a love-hate relationship in this book which is super fun to read.

8. The Infinite Moment of Us by Lauren Myracle: Just read my review on this one. This book is one of my ultimate favorites. 

9. The Heir by Kiera Cass: I'm reading this book next because it was just released. I loved The Selection Series so I cannot wait to dive into this book. Plus the dress on the cover is super beautiful, so pack this in your beach bag even just to look at.

10. Obsidian by Jennifer L. Armentrout: I plan to finish this series this summer because it is amazing and stars a book blogger named Katy! Daemon is the ultimate summer hottie too. He makes me smile just thinking about him...It's not like I'm obsessed with fictional guys or anything *laughs nervously*...(Don't tell my boyfriend.)

Well that's it! Let me know what books you're putting in your beach bag this summer! 

21 Proms by 21 Authors

21 Proms 
by David Levithan, John Green, E. Lockhart & more!

Released: March 1, 2007
Publisher: Scholastic Point
Page Amount: 289, US Paperback
POV: Varies 
Buy it here: Barnes & NobleAmazon

=45/100 F

Prom. It's a near-universal high school experience. And here at least 21 of today's bestselling and up-and-coming YA authors riff on it.

Disclaimer: I did not hate this book. This book was difficult for me to rate because it is not one cohesive story, but rather it is 21 separate short stories, each by a different author with a different plot. That being said, a lot of my ratings for conventions of this book are extremely low. But I did not hate this book.

This book was what I expected it to be, however I had a little bit higher expectations for it seeing that many award-winning authors had included their stories. To be honest I feel like the publisher purposefully stuck John Green's and Melissa de la Cruz's stories towards the end of the book to make people read the other stories. Honestly, I disliked 85% of the stories in this book. Most were unrealistic and cliche and just plain stupid. I mean, come on, bringing an real ape to prom? I thought that this book would have more emotion behind the stories seeing as though I know many of these authors are more talented than they showed. I wish they focused more on relationships between characters instead of trying to squeeze in a mediocre plotline. The stories I did love in this book really delivered the emotion. Melissa de la Cruz portrayed her real life prom story, which I loved to pieces. It was real and raw and emotional, just what I wanted. Plus, I met Cruz and love her as an author so it was great to be able to partake in a slice of her life. Additionally, I loved The Apology, which was written as a one act play. In The Apology, two boys struggle with their sexuality as prom approaches. The reason why I loved that play was because of the characters and the emotion. It was like watching an episode of The Fosters. It was so good. Lastly, I also loved John Green's The Great American Morp. John Green is a pro at creating real characters with hearts and souls. I greatly admire that. Even though I only was able to read about this new cast of characters for a few short pages, I still loved them and wanted to know more about them. 

However, I was surprised that there was barely any romance in this book. I expected at least a little bit. I wanted some stories to sweep me off my feet with their cuteness, but they just didn't. I can't believe barely any authors touched upon relationships forming at prom or even a dedicated couple's experiences at prom. I feel like this book took a lot of the charm away from prom. I know that prom isn't all rainbows and gumdrops, trust me I know. But I still would've liked at least one magical story included in this collection. Prom is what you make of it. It can be wonderful or it can be devastating. I just wish, as a reader, I was able to experience both ends of that spectrum.

All in all, I would say give this book a try if you want a lighthearted read. The stories towards the end are amazing. I am glad that I read it, even though I didn't love it. Personally, I love prom and have had very special experiences at prom. That probably made me expect to read about some magical experiences instead of just a book of cliches. I just expected more from some of these authors. I know what they're capable of and some of these stories weren't their best work. Some were still immensely enjoyable though. This book brought me some laughter and smiles, so it wasn't all bad. If you're hyped about prom like I am, give it a read because it is fun. 

My Favorite Story: The Great American Morp

Do I recommend this book? I mean sure. It's a fun, quick read. You know what to expect when you pick this book up. 

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Review by Macy ♥
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