REVIEW: A Lonely Girl is a Dangerous Thing by Jessie Tu

In brief: Jena used to be a violinist. A child prodigy in fact. Now she’s part of the orchestra, focused on hook ups and the past. But meeting Mark and going to New York will have a profound change on her… The good: Brutally honest, sad and happy. The not-so-good: Mark. Should I like him... Continue Reading →

REVIEW: Finding Eadie by Caroline Beecham

In brief: Alice is doing well at Partridge Press in WWII London when she suddenly leaves. But her plan to raise her baby is in ruins after her mum intervenes. So it’s back to work with a secret mission to find the truth… The good: Enjoyable setting in a publishing house during war rationing. The... Continue Reading →

REVIEW: The Shelf by Helly Acton

In brief: Amy is lagging in ticking off life goals compared to her friends. So when her boyfriend plans a special vacation, it means Something. Except that Something means she’s dumped on TV and now a part of reality show, The Shelf. The good: It captures the fun that is a brand-new reality show where... Continue Reading →

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