The Long Weekend, Gilly Macmillan

I’ve realized after writing this review that it’s fairly ranty. Sorry in advance for that. Books like The Long Weekend make me wish star ratings weren’t a thing. This story goes from bad, to worse, to unbelievable, to utterly messy. The first half of the book was just one conglomeration of repetition: repeated thoughts, repeated… Continue reading The Long Weekend, Gilly Macmillan

The Gravity of Missing Things, Marisa Urgo

This is a story about a young woman holding out hope against the odds for word from her mother. While waiting, Violet is in the process of finding herself and her place in her family amidst her mom’s disappearance. It’s hard to review this without spoiling anything, so I want to be careful with my… Continue reading The Gravity of Missing Things, Marisa Urgo

No Filter and Other Lies, Crystal Maldonado

I got this in the B&N preorder sale because I had read Fat Chance Charlie Vega last year and fell in love. Unfortunately, this one came with a few issues for me. The first is that Kat is a pretty horrible person. Her mother is absolute garbage. While Kat has supportive grandparents, the fact they… Continue reading No Filter and Other Lies, Crystal Maldonado