I have been wanting to read Peter Pan for years however, I was never able to finish it. So when I found the audiobook on my library's website, I knew that was the perfect option! Strange does not even begin to describe this book. I knew it would be different from Disney's animated classic however, there were so many parts that just went right over my head.
Dystopian novels with a strong female character are my weakness. Thankfully, Flawed did not disappoint! A gorgeous story of the terror of unfair judgement, this book made me think and feel every step of the way. In a society without forgiveness and trial by peers, citizens deemed flawed are forever outcasts, even if they were simply trying to keep a flawed man alive.
How is this series deemed good? I don't understand how people like it. I really just don't get it. However, I finished the series, all three terrible books, and I am happy I did. I can now officially say this is the worst series I have ever read.
I have been trying to learn more about LGBT+ since the Pulse Massacre and what better way than through books? I loved The Great American Whatever so much. A sassy gay character, inner turmoil, and a great ending.
J is a huge fan of Lindsey Stirling's music so I thought I would give her memoirs a try. She is adorable and I love that she stays true to herself.
Not my favorite series but now I am just interested in finishing the trilogy. This book was pretty terrible to be honest... Maybe the third one will be better.
Another story of a transgender child from a mother's point of view. Since they allowed their daughter to transition at a very young, I found this story very unique and interesting.
Not as good as Amy Poehler's Yes Please, but still pretty good. I love Tina's view of being a woman in a male dominated world.
Best book of the season and possible the year. Harry Potter and the Cursed Child was so fantastic that I finished it in four hours and I want to read it again! Love the new characters and the appearances from classic ones. Amazing. That's all I have to say.