Sunday, August 23, 2015

Review: Running Barefoot by Amy Harmon

Amy Harmon. CreateSpace, 2012. Ebook.
Rating: OMG

Good writing is said to be fluid, melodious, and uses figurative language and other literary devices correctly without beating the life out of a work. Then there's good writing that moves you and swallows you up. Running Barefoot is not a book that you devour in one sitting, but one that you savor and slowly digest its beauty, page by page. It's a story that softly caresses you, gently rocks you, tickles you from head to toe, while plying butterfly kisses along the column of your neck; pulling out of you everything you have to give and more.

Saturday, August 15, 2015

Laura Jarratt’s top 10 YA thrillers with sisters

I've come across dozens of top ten book lists over the years, but I've never before encountered a top ten list featuring books about sistersbetter yet, a top ten list of YA thrillers with sisters. Having three sisters myself, there's nothing like a sister's love. I could not resist sharing this awesome list.

Three of the ten are adult books that are suitable for teens, while the other seven are completely young adult (YA).