Lessons in Chemistry

Elizabeth Zott is a chemist. Although technically she winds up a popular television chef teaching people cooking through chemistry because people suck and hey sometimes that's just how the world shakes out. I actually loved Elizabeth and would totally watch her cooking show even though I know nothing about chemistry! (Or cooking depending on who... Continue Reading →

The Sword of Kaigen

"Let's be older when we meet again." "What?" "Not just in years. Let's be better and wiser and brighter next time." I do love books that make me emotional but seriously I have not cried so hard in a book since Storm of Swords. The Sword of Kaigen follows 2 POV's teenage Mamoru whose the... Continue Reading →

Sadie’s Journey

Sadie By: Courtney Summers Grade: A- "I can't take another dead girl." "We have more story than time to tell it- but I suppose that's true for all of us." I received Sadie from Netgalley in exchange for an honest opinion. Sadie has lived for and cared for her sister Mattie since the day she... Continue Reading →

A World Without You

A World Without You Author: Beth Revis Grade: A "You are not one person. You are a different person in each moment of time." Bo believes that he can travel through time. He believes that the special school for troubled youth his parents sent him to is to help him learn to control his superpower.... Continue Reading →

You Were Here

You Were Here Author: Cori McCarthy Genre: YA Grade: A- "Do you guys know what a Gordian knot is?" Bishop asked. "Some people think it represents time. A tangle of sorts, but basically, it implies that anything that happened is still happening. That the past is never gone. The future already exists. Spirals upon spirals."... Continue Reading →

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