Review: More Than we Can Tell- Brigid Kemmerer

More Than we can tell follows the story of Emma and Rev. Rev comes from a troubled background of abuse and fostering. His current calm situation is upthrone when a letter from his father arrives and his mental torment commences. Emma lives in an outwardly happy Home although her parents don’t meet eye to eye…

Review: Love from Lexie- Cathy Cassidy

Cathy Cassidy was the author that provided me with my first glimpse into teen fiction. Her books gave me the opportunity to discover a world I was yet to live in. 10 years on, I was doubtful as to whether I’d feel the same. I can confirm I did! Still relatable, still unpredictable and still…

Review: The Best is Yet to Come- Bella Andre

Sometimes young love is young love but sometimes it’s more than that. If ten years later, that attraction is just as strong and neither of you have been able to move on, well then young love has grown old. The Best is Yet to Come follows the story of Sarah and Calvin as they rekindle…

Review: The Exact Opposite of Okay- Laura Steven

Sometimes teens need to vent. Izzy is one. When everything goes wrong (or more than wrong if that’s possible) who do you turn to? Publicly humiliated and subject to torment at school, the Exact Opposite of Okay follows the tale of when teenage romance, sexting and friendship goes wrong. Facing the hardship of being infamous,…

John Green

The Fault in our Stars (in my eyes at least) changed the face of YA literature. Books about teens and the problems they faced began to change the minds of people everywhere. So many topics of YA literature allow people to learn about topics that are difficult to talk about in life. Death and depression…