“Battle Angel Alita: Volume 1” – Yukito Kishiro

Quality of Writing: 7/10 Pace: 7/10 Plot Development: 8/10 Characters: 8/10 Enjoyability: 9/10 Insightfulness: 8/10 Ease of Reading: 9/10 Images: 7/10 Overall Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ I don’t normally review the manga I read, but I made an exception for this due to the new movie that just came out in theatres: Alita: Battle Angel. In Battle… Read More “Battle Angel Alita: Volume 1” – Yukito Kishiro

“Little Moments of Love” – Catana Chetwynd

Quality of Writing: 10/10 Pace: 10/10 Plot Development: N/A Characters: 10/10 Enjoyability: 10/10 Insightfulness: 10/10 Ease of Reading: 10/10 Images: 10/10 Overall Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ I have been following Catana Comics on Facebook for a few years now, and when I saw the book on sale at Target I had to get it. I relate too… Read More “Little Moments of Love” – Catana Chetwynd

“Geekerella” – Ashley Poston

Quality of Writing: 8/10 Pace: 10/10 Plot Development: 9/10 Characters: 9/10 Enjoyability: 9/10 Insightfulness: 8/10 Ease of Reading: 8/10 Overall Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ This book falls right in line with Cinder & Ella by Kelly Oram and Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell. It is so nice to feel understood in books that center around nerd culture and… Read More “Geekerella” – Ashley Poston

“What Would Dolly Do?” – Lauren Marino

Quality of Writing: 9/10 Pace: 9/10 Plot Development: N/A Characters: N/A Enjoyability: 9/10 Insightfulness: 10/10 Ease of Reading: 10/10 Images: 10/10 Overall Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ I didn’t know a thing about Dolly Parton until I watched the movie Dumplin’ and became intrigued by the Dollyisms that were quoted throughout. When I saw this book at the… Read More “What Would Dolly Do?” – Lauren Marino

“The Girl Who Drank the Moon” – Kelly Barnhill

Quality of Writing: 9/10 Pace: 10/10 Plot Development: 8/10 Characters: 9/10 Enjoyability: 8/10 Insightfulness: 9/10 Ease of Reading: 10/10 Overall Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ This is one of the most interesting juvenile fiction books I’ve ever read. This book delves into darker and more abstract themes than normal, such as sorrow, classism, and manipulation. Now, these themes… Read More “The Girl Who Drank the Moon” – Kelly Barnhill