book post, contemporary, fiction, Gayle Forman, review, YA

I Have Lost My Way by Gayle Froman – review




Title: I have lost my way

Author: Gayle Forman

Genre: Fiction, YA, Contemporary

Pages:  368( I’ve read digital edition)

buy it: Amazon, BookDepository

author’s page:



My review:

Freya, a young singer, lost her voice and went to different doctors to solve the problem. The problem tortures her, her mother and her manager.  Looking her sister Instagram pictures with the engagement ring in her hand Freya finds herself in the park.

Nathaniel with the map in his hands arrives in New York trying to live his father’s and his dream evoking the memories.

Harun is in love.  That is good and noble feeling, but for him it’s torture.

All of those three characters have lost their way, the path in their life. And standing in one huge crossroad, they suppose to choose where and how they will continue.

I have lost my enjoyable way book which makes me want reading more and more, stopping just to take a breath.  The author wrote this book like a diary to Freya, Harun, and Nathaniel whose life path crosses in one moment of the loss they feel.

Freya is the most likable character in the book. She is young, full of life. She is smart. Life brings her in front of a challenge she must make a move.

“She wishes she’d read some of the responses before deleting that tweet. Maybe someone would’ve told her what to do. Maybe someone would’ve told her it didn’t matter if she could sing. They’d still love her. But she knows that’s bullshit. Love is conditional. Everything is.”

Nathaniel is on edge, everything that matters to him is gone and nothing left to lose.

“You’re doing okay, aren’t you? People used to ask Nathaniel that sometimes- the teammates practiced with, the girls who used to flutter around him, the coaches who thought he had promise. You’re doing okay? they asked. After Mom left. After Grandma Maty died. After he lost his eye. You’re all right, aren’t you?”

Harun is different than Freya and Nathaniel but is not less special. He comes from different culture and has a different religion, but he is kind, normal person with real feelings. He is a dreamer.

“Harun is coward is not for debate.”

“Still, the best way to defang someone is to kill them with kindness.”

I recommend this book to people who want well-written books about difficulties in the life and how could deal with them and sometimes a stranger could help better than someone close.

This copy was provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review.


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Internet Famous by Danika Stone- review


Title: Internet Famous

Author: Danika Stone

Genre: Contemporary, Fiction, Young Adult

Pages: 320(I read paperback ARC)

Author’s page:


My review:

Madison seems like an ordinary girl, but she is more than that. She is kind of celebrity in the blogging world with millions of followers who like everything that she writes about her favorite movies. Behind the cover of her blog, Madi is supportive and protective sister, who even displaces absent parent in her sister’s live.

Internet Famous is a sweet, sensational and touching story about young girl Madison. The story keeps my interest till the end; mainly I wanted to know who the hacker is and what will happen with Madi and Laurent.  I like that the author brought my feelings from cold to hot when she tells about Madi’s parents and the situation I was nervous, I wanted to slap Madi’s mother. Parts were Madi, and Laurent showed up or was Madi’s blog in focus I felt warm in my heart.

Madi is the adorable girl she must deal with all barriers which her life brings. She is an introvert yet a famous blogger. The absence of her mother makes Madi’s life complicated, and her father doesn’t help much.

Laurent is an exchange student from France with whom Madi communicates thinking that he is a girl, but when they see each other, there are sparkles.

I recommend this book to young people who want to read the exciting, captivating and swoony story.

This book was provided by the author in exchange for the honest review.

My rating 5/5(amazing book).

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I was a bitch by Emily Ruben- review and release day


Title: I Was A Bitch

Author: Emily Ruben

Genre: Romance, Young Adult

Pages: 261(I read Kindle copy)

Publisher: Inkitt, 12.October 2016

Buy the book: Inkitt

My review:

Lacey was waking from two months coma after a terrifying accident, and she thought that she was sixteen. Her parents looked older that she remembered them. Trying to comfort her they told her the truth that she was eighteen, and they mentioned Derek, her boyfriend, but nothing helped, she didn’t remember anything of it even her boyfriend. Day by day she was discovering that she was a Queen Bitch in her high school and couldn’t remember who Derek was and why she was her girlfriend, considering that he was the most attractive and gorgeous young man.

How she become the most popular girl in the school, how that was possible she got thousands of likes and followers on FB when she was an ordinary girl, unpopular almost invisible girl in an entire city or that was in the past, two years ago.

I had struggled which book to pick up to be my next currently-reading and saw this book in my inbox marked like an arc. After I had read incredibly romantic and the unforgettable book I was a Bitch seemed to me like an ordinary and straightforward YA book, but I was wrong it was much more it was “read at first sight.” This book is intelligent and well plotted filled with many surprises which made me reading till the end. Surprisingly this book is a debut to Emily Ruben. I found her tone dramatic and narrative which was keeping me awake till the early morning hours. The book wrote in the first person, and the story told in Lacey point of view.

Lacey was a strong, very smart girl and fighter. When she discovered that she had partial amnesia kept that in secret from the others, except her parents and her brother and while Lacey is trying to find out who she was, I enjoyed in suspense. Lacey was the character that gave me a reason to read till the end and cared about her.

I recommend this book to everyone who liked After series by Anna Todd and Did I Mention series by Estelle Maskame.

The publisher provided this book, thank you, David.

My rating 5/5(amazing).

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The descendant-Guardians of the World by Ally Capraro-spotlight


TheDescendant copy

Possessed villains. Intriguing guardians. Multiple worlds.


Ava Davenport is in the midst of her wedding preparations when her world is thrown upside down by a night visitor. He has a mind-blowing message and Ava can’t keep her mind off it and… off him.


When she can no longer tell the difference between dreams and reality, she visits a shrink and a shaman. But when neither of them truly understand her, Ava gets closer to her visitor who explains why she is the most sought-after person in all the worlds.


She is the descendant.


Ava is not a regular human. She possesses abilities no other being in any world can imagine. She is the key to the evil Xemlix plan of enslaving Earth.


After being almost captured by the cruel villains, she is rescued by Meldrick Richglow, her night visitor, and she crosses the portal to the Lapo civilization, the land of milk and honey, where she is safe, but not for long.


The evil Xemlix are terrorizing Earth and can only be defeated with Ava’s supernatural abilities, which haven’t yet awakened.


The Descendant is the first YA sci-fi/fantasy romance novel in the Guardians of the Worlds series. It features fast-paced action, side-splitting comedy and out-of-this-world romance!


The Descendant has received five stars from Readers’ Favorite for its excellence and over 100 reviews on Amazon.


For Fans Of


  • Erin Morgenstern
  • Charlie N. Holmberg
  • S. L. Morgan
  • Shallee McArthur
  • Kim Richardson




Ally Capraro does an absolutely stellar job of telling this breathtaking […] story. She very cleverly integrates fantasy, science fiction, and paranormal into a romantic adventure to make this compelling tale leap right out of its pages.

Stephen Fisher, Readers’ Favorite


A fun, exciting and whimsical adventure you won’t want to miss! I was hooked, so much that I popped open my phone and read on ski lifts in order to find out what would happen next.  Award-winning and Best-selling fantasy author S.L. Morgan

I can see this series being made into a movie.

R.J., Goodreads



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Ally Capraro is a best-selling and award-winning author who lives in make-believe worlds and talks to imaginary characters so as to delight her readers with her writing.


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All the Feels by Danika Stone- review


Title: All the Feels

Author: Danika Stone

Genre: Contemporary, YA

Pages: 336(I read paperback copy)

Expected publication:  June 7th 2016 by Swoon Reads

Author’s page:

Pre-order: Amazon , BookDepository


My review:

Life could be much easier with your favorite movie character alive, isn’t it?

College freshman Liv is fan girl of the Starveil Movies. She can’t move from the theatre after she saw that her favorite character Spartan from Starveil movies dies. With little help from her best friend Xander she goes back home, but she doesn’t looks or feels right, she is mourning. Spartan is everything to her not just fictional character. Liv decides that the best she could do is to try bring back Spartan alive. She tries that with help of Xander.

This book makes me believe in the power of the social media and how powerful could be one person when her world is apart and she is determinate to bring that world back.

The story is in the modern world where internet and the social media rules. I really can’t imagine the world without internet. It is about Liv, young girl which is fan of Starveil movie. Everyone could understand Liv because we all are fan of some movie or book. But Liv is more than fan, she lives for that movie. I like how the story goes and I like because I learn great things about cons and fandom, which I didn’t know. I enjoy reading the story because the author’s writing brings the story so vivid and real and captivating.

Live is more than great character to me, she is so good developed and well described by the author that I feel like I had her near me. I like how she acts and I understand her sorrow about losing Spartan- the movie character.  I like that she is modest girl and that she is withdrawn she reminds me how I was in the past. Then I love how she goes straight on her feet to bring back her favorite character of the dead.

Xander is favorite character to me because he is little bit mysterious in his feelings that give him specialty and charm. He is good friend and supportive with Liv even when he thinks that she is not reasonable. Without him the book will be hollow.

I recommend this book to YA fans and to everyone who likes the good story about passion, fandom and friendships.

This book was provided by the author in exchange for an honest review.

My rating: 5/5(amazing book).

contemporary, great book,, romance, YA

Awakening Foster Kelly by Cara Rosalie Olsen

Title: Awakening Foster Kelly
Author: Cara Rosalie Olsen
Genre: Romance, Contemporary, Young Adult
Pages: 672 (kindle)

Buy this book here: Amazon

My Review:

     The story goes around Foster, her thoughts, fillings, doubts and her introversion, her fears of connecting with people. The story doesn’t go in one straight line, but the author tell us about the things in the past with flash backs which brings with Foster’s memories.
      Foster is teenage girl she is going in high school. She is shy, without self esteem, invisible, but also she is sensitive and smart. Foster is no ordinary girl, but she things for herself that she don’t belong anywhere , she is afraid to talk with other people, because she things that if she tells the true or maybe if she tells what she want she will insult them or she will be ashamed.
    The author has done great job writing this such an extraordinary book, bringing to us those thoughts and fears which every one of us has in one moment in our pastwhether it be in our teenage years or later during our youth. When I reading it I tough that it is such a huge book, but while I turn the pages I begin to realize that it suppose to be, cause I don’t read, but I felt the words written on those pages. Let me explain you what I mean, every event or even every Foster’s thought is really great explained with great description that you have a filing that you are there. I could pick one scene of the book that I like it more of the others that is Foster with her mother in the garden of her parents. I pick this scene because of description of the garden and the flowers in it, such a colorful and peaceful place, I just want to be there. The end of the book is unexpected and unusual; I could tell you just one word “Whoa”; this makes the book more extraordinary and defines the circle.
This book was provided by the author in exchange of honest review.
My rating: 4/5(great book)

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The School With Chocolate Air by Jenifer Rubloff

Title:The School with Chocolate Air
Author: Jenifer Rubloff
Genre: Triller,YA
Pages: 223(e book)
the author’s pages:
Amazon, GoodReads

My review:

           “One day you’re up…”-that sentence opens room for much thoughts, and that sentence can be completed in many ways with different end. First sentence of this book was this sentence, which makes my brain completely in mess, I make different end of this book but through reading I was surprise several times.
       This is story about Betsy Butters. She must goes in school in Switzerland and makes new fresh beginning. How to do that when everything is deferent: the language, friends and places?
Very soon Betsy will fall in web of intrigues and that makes this book much interesting. Till Betsy comes Chateau Mont Blanc was the best school for girls in Europe without violations of rules by the students. Very important artifacts was stolen and guess what will happen next.
     Betsy is simple girl maybe naïve. I don’t like how that her naivety brings her in danger.
    Madame Gastang is directress of the school. She is example of authority.
This book is maybe handbook for young girls how they must not trust anyone.
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