The Invisible Boy – Mary Feliciani

★★★ ½ Holding the book in both hands, he positioned it high enough to hide most of his face. Salvatore, a fourth grader at Roseto Elementary School, spends much of his time feeling absolutely alone. Oh how he wished he could play! But no one ever asked him. Meanwhile, Carlo, Marco and the rest of the… Continue reading The Invisible Boy – Mary Feliciani

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American Princes: A Novel of First Daughter Alice Roosevelt – Stephanie Marie Thornton

★★★ ½ "You are a rare woman, Alice Roosevelt." Nick leaned forward as if to tell me a secret. "In fact, I think I might be falling in love with you." Alice Roosevelt, eldest daughter of Theodore Roosevelt is about to experience the surprise of a lifetime. "Father's going to be president," I said slowly, staring… Continue reading American Princes: A Novel of First Daughter Alice Roosevelt – Stephanie Marie Thornton

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At the Stroke of Goodnight – Clay Rice

★★★★ The evening glows in the twilight. And all is quiet at the stroke of goodnight. The sun is down and the moon is up. All throughout the farm, the wild animals and the barn animals are settling down. The faint rustle of leaves from the doe and her fawn. But what about inside the… Continue reading At the Stroke of Goodnight – Clay Rice

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The Magical Unicorn Society Official Handbook – Selwyn E. Phipps

★★★ ½ For as long as there have been humans, there have been unicorns... The Magical Unicorn Society, headed by Selwyn E. Phipps, has always struggled acquire information on these elusive creatures. For years, the Magical Unicorn Society was a top-secret organization... But now the society realized that in order to further their knowledge that… Continue reading The Magical Unicorn Society Official Handbook – Selwyn E. Phipps

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The Tether – Julia Ash

★★★★ ½ A shudder raced down her spine. Something was coming... Ruby Spencer has surprised the world over and over. She was the one (and only) human to be immune to the zombie apocalypse and nine years ago, she was transformed into a vampire (thanks to a unhinged genius). She settled back into her "old" life but unfortunately, the past… Continue reading The Tether – Julia Ash


3rd Annual Book Blogger Awards of 2019//My Nominations

I absolutely love Tucker’s reviews – we so often feel like book twins that it’s scary! Definitely check out his website and some of these other wonderful bloggers!

Tucker The Reader

Original Post by amazing blogger, May Everly. For rules and categories please read the original post! And now: My nominations!

Best of their Age

Best Preteen/Teen Book Blogger (13-19): Vicky @ Vicky Who Reads (Vicky writes amazing reviews. Sure. But her graphics are that of another world. Her blog is so aesthetically pleasing and beautiful. Go check it out!)

Best Adult Book Blogger: Melanie @ meltotheany (Melanie is funny and outspoken and quirky all in her own, charming way. She is super talented and known for her long and well written reviews.)

Best Genre Bloggers:

Young Adult: emma @ Emma Reads (She writes scathing reviews that you would think gets her enemies but nope. Everyone loves her.)

Mystery/Thriller: Chelsea @ The Suspense is Thrilling Me (If you know Chelsea, then you know that she loves thrillers (because who doesn’t?). She is known for her perfect, concise and compelling reviews.)


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The Bookish Life of Nina Hill – Abbi Waxman

★★★★★ "I mean, I get that the universe whirls in mysterious yada yada, but wouldn't you rather travel the world?" "No, I'd rather stay home and read." Nina Hill's life is perfect as it is, thank you very much. She has an adorable little apartment, a fabulous job at a local bookstore (Knight's), and a grumpy cat (Phil). Nina… Continue reading The Bookish Life of Nina Hill – Abbi Waxman