This is so cute. It's a short story about two Jewish girls falling in love, one who identifies as bi, the other as a lesbian. Danielle is also described as chubby but is not defined by it. Every character was diverse and real and I loved it.
This was so, so gorgeous. One of the best things 2017 has given the world, and my words will not do it justice.
Every generation, five Nomeolvides women are born. They live in La Pradera and give the garden the flowers they grow from their hands. The girls and their gifts are beautiful and enchanting, but if they love too deeply, their lovers vanish forever. Until one day, a boy appears in the garden.
I really enjoyed this, but in my opinion, it didn't live up to the hype.
As I tend to go in blind, I'm hesitant to give summaries of books myself, but here is the basic idea. This is a SF story about an eighteen-year-old hacker girl named Emika with rainbow hair, virtual reality, bounty hunters and an incredibly famous game: Warcross.
It's action-packed and has tons of fun scenes, the dark web, unexpected parts and twists, a girl with a talent that isn't undersold or underappreciated and a gorgeous cover.
I loved this book, the world building, the writing (THE WRITING), the characters, the story, the complexities of good and bad, right and wrong, the relationships, the library, the chapter titles, everything.
Holy fucking shit. Why are these books so intense?
Don't read this review if you haven't read Chaos Walking #1 yet. (Or do, I'm not the boss of you. I just always avoid them for fear of seeing or not seeing names you did or didn't expect and thus possibly being spoiled.)
I think this book ends with one of the biggest cliffhangers I have ever read. Or it has been a long time, at least.
A very captivating, suspenseful read. A dystopian about a new world, in space, like ours but with the difference that everyone can hear each other's thoughts in a loud, bewildering cacophony called Noise.
Todd will become a man soon, after thirteen years of thirteen months. However, just before his birthday, it becomes clear that in this world where everyone knows every thought, there are a lot more secrets than you'd expect. And the secrets are dark.