Books Left Unreviewed | Audiobooks, Issue One

» 27 December, 2018 » Reviews » 4 comments

Books Left Unreviewed | Audiobooks, Issue One

Welcome to the first issue of Books Left Unreviewed! These will be a compilation of recent reads (or listens)! in bullet point and/or short paragraph format with a rating. Not full reviews. I came to the realization after my first two years of blogging that I was not going to review every book I read. And surely, I can’t be the only one that tends to read far more books than they […]

The Inside of Out by Jenn Marie Thorne

» 7 June, 2016 » Reviews » 4 comments

The Inside of Out by Jenn Marie Thorne

My Thoughts: After seeing The Inside of Out available for review on audio, I immediately requested it. I’ve been eyeing it ever since I read the description, and while I didn’t read the authors debut novel, I’ve heard such great things about her writing. My thoughts are in the mixed bag variety, so let’s break it down so I’m able to express my thoughts in at least a semi-coherent way. […]

Yes, I Finally Read Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda by Becky Albertalli

» 19 April, 2016 » Reviews » 16 comments

Yes, I Finally Read Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda by Becky Albertalli

My Thoughts: Warning: Please read full content and side effects before heading into this book Side Effects include but are not limited to: Facial pain (from smiling) Epic (book) Hangover Heart palpitations Abdominal Pain (from laughing) Syncope, infrequent, starting at about page 1 (from all the swoons) If symptoms persist, please contact the author and/or re-read immediately.  Simon vs has received some (well-deserved) love from the community and many readers […]

Audio Book Review | Symptoms of Being Human by Jeff Garvin

» 15 March, 2016 » Reviews » 4 comments

Audio Book Review | Symptoms of Being Human by Jeff Garvin

My thoughts: The Symptoms of Being Human is quite the story, one that I feel is important and a must read.  It’s informative, eye-opening, funny and heartfelt all in one swoop. Some issues not withstanding, the execution of this novel was nothing short of brilliant. The lack of pronouns would at times, frustrate me, but it’s necessary to really understand the story and GET IT. As a reader, we never find […]