Tea & Book Chat: This Adventure Ends by Emma Mills

Personal Thoughts:  I was completely swayed into reading This Adventure Ends for exactly two reasons: 1) the cover is one of the most beautiful I’ve ever laid eyes on (it’s even quite lovely naked!) and 2) Alexa read it and told me that it’s something I would love (and she was totally right!).  Can we just take another minute to talk about how this cover looks like a palette of paint and the stars are folded into the design? It’s like an ocean / galaxy mash up piece of artwork and I love love love it.

Plot Summary:  Sloane is your average teenage girl living in New York City with her family when they decide to uproot and move down to Florida right before her senior year of high school.  While this might seem like the most devastating bit of life-changing news for any other high school senior who’s spent years building their life and their group of friends, Sloane was completely indifferent and unopposed to the change.  She ends up accidentally falling into a tight knit group of friends, which is something she’s never experienced before and it changes her whole world.

Critique:  I really adored this book!  This is Emma Mills’s sophomore novel and I enjoyed it so much that I immediately ordered her debut upon completing This Adventure Ends.  The most satisfying element of this story is the complex nature of the relationships that Mills builds.  She nails friendship, familial relationships and first love.  Sloane is such an amazing protagonist.  She’s incredibly witty, outwardly self assured and not yet completely aware of just how awesome she truly is.  I loved being able to see the world through her eyes and I felt a connection to her from early on in the story.  One of Sloane’s new friends, Vera, is a social media star who takes Sloane under her wing and inducts her into her group of friends.  Vera is so much more than what she portrays online and the dynamic between her group of friends and her twin will have you flying through the book.  My favorite relationship explored between the pages is the one between Sloane and her father.  He’s a very popular romance novel who’s afflicted with a serious case of writer’s block.  He barely gets dressed anymore but he’s Sloane’s rock through everything.  You can immediately tell that Sloane gets her snark from him and I just loved seeing that pivotal moment in every teen’s life when they realize that their parents don’t necessarily have everything together play out.  Also, Frank is the best and you’ll see what I mean when you read it for yourself.

Do I Recommend?:  Definitely! This is a seemingly light and fluffy contemporary but there’s so much under the surface that it’ll stay with you long after you finish reading.

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Blog Tour: The Unlikelies By Carrie Firestone + Giveaway!

I’m so excited about Carrie Firestone’s upcoming book, The Unlikelies! Besides the gorgeous cover which makes me CRAVE summer, the story itself is said to be part The Breakfast Club which appeals to me on many levels! The Unlikelies tackles being internet famous and follows a group of anonymous teens who band together to do good deeds.  I’m lucky enough to have Carrie here today to tell us her favorite things about summer in celebration of The Unlikelies.  Below is an official synopsis of the book and Carrie’s post!

Five teens embark on a summer of vigilante good samaritanism in a novel that’s part The Breakfast Club, part The Disreputable History of Frankie Landau-Banks, and utterly captivating.

Rising high school senior Sadie is bracing herself for a long, lonely, and boring summer. But things take an unexpected turn when she steps in to help rescue a baby in distress and a video of her good deed goes viral.

Suddenly internet-famous, Sadie’s summer changes for the better when she’s introduced to other “hometown heroes.” These five very different teens form an unlikely alliance to secretly right local wrongs, but when they try to help a heroin-using friend, they get in over their heads and discover that there might be truth in the saying “no good deed goes unpunished.” Can Sadie and her new friends make it through the summer with their friendships–and anonymity–intact?

This rich and thought-provoking novel takes on timely issues and timeless experiences with a winning combination of romance, humor, and wisdom.

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Favorite Things About Summer

I am not a summer person. I’m definitely an apple, pumpkin, fall person. But I’ve managed to think of some things about summer that make me very, very happy, Here are ten of them!

  1. We go to a resort in the Adirondacks every summer. I love standing on the dock just as the sun sets over the pristine mountains.
  2. The Unlikelies takes place in the Hamptons. It’s fun to drive on the back roads of the Hamptons on a warm summer night in search of ice cream.
  3. I love sitting under a tree with The New York Times and a giant iced coffee in Central Park or Bryant Park or any park in New York City. There’s no better place for people watching.
  4. Our town has a lake club called Winding Trails. I bring a book, sit in the shade, and watch my kids attempt to kayak around the lake.
  5. I think the reason summer annoys me is I’m a vampire. I’m only happy if I’m far away from direct sunlight.
  6. Fresh corn with lots of butter. Fresh strawberries with cream. Fresh tomatoes with basil, mozzarella, and a drizzle of olive oil.
  7. Our local shopping area hosts an outdoor movie in the parking lot every Saturday night. We sit in lawn chairs with blankets and plenty of popcorn and watch our favorite kid movies.
  8. Morning hikes followed by a picnic on the mountain near our house.
  9. Eating dinner on our back deck while our neurotic dog barks at the bug zapper.
  10. Of course, more time to READ.

Thank you for this great question! I’m actually looking forward to summer!

About the Author

Carrie Firestone has lived in rural, urban, and suburban places, and, while she currently lives in the suburbs, she is decidedly a CITY person. She loves parties, and all kinds of music, and books about random people doing random things in random places. She loves to travel with her husband, and two daughters, Lauren and Emily. When she isn’t writing, you might find her reluctantly sharing her popcorn at the movies, trying to get people (or dogs) to do a conga line, or adding items to her loose ends list.

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Penguin Teen Game Changers: Things I’m Seeing Without You by Peter Bognanni + GIVEAWAY!!!

This fall, Penguin Teen has a five week marathon of exciting book releases heading our way!  These five titles make up their Game-Changers campaign and each day this week, one of those titles is being revealed.  I’m thrilled to be able to reveal the fourth book to be announced, Things I’m Seeing Without You by Peter Bognanni!  To see what other books have been revealed, be sure to visit the sites below, including Forever Young Adult, which will be announcing the fifth and final title tomorrow!

5/15 – Brittany’s Book Rambles – Warcross

5/16 – The Young Folks – Jane, Unlimited

5/17 – The Fandom – There’s Someone Inside Your House

5/18 – SuperSpaceChick – Thinks I’m Seeing Without You

5/19 – Forever Young Adult – ?????????

Each novel in the Game-Changers campaign is revolutionary in it’s own way.  There’s such a wide variety of genres being explored in the five novels included and I’m SO excited to get to tell you all about Peter’s novel, Things I’m Seeing Without You, which is a heartwarming contemporary that’s been compared to Six Feet Under, I’ll Give You the Sun and Eleanor & Park.  It explores first love, what it means to lose someone and the grief that comes along with it.  I love that the main character takes an unconventional route and decides to help her father with his alternative funeral business while she’s coping with the loss of Jonah.  I’m basically expecting to cry my eyes out when I read this one and I am so ready for it!  Here’s the official synopsis:

Fans of Eleanor and Park and All the Bright Places will laugh and cry as they read this heartbreaking and life-affirming novel about love after the most profound loss.

Seventeen-year-old Tess Fowler has just dropped out of high school. She can barely function after learning of Jonah’s death. Jonah, the boy she’d traded banter with over texts and heartfelt e-mails.

Jonah, the first boy she’d told she loved and the first boy to say it back. 

Jonah, the boy whose suicide she never saw coming. 

Tess continues to write to Jonah, as a way of processing her grief and confusion. But for now she finds solace in perhaps the unlikeliest of ways: by helping her father with his new alternative funeral business, where his biggest client is . . . a prized racehorse?

As Tess’s involvement in her father’s business grows, both find comfort in the clients they serve and in each other. But love, loss, and life are so much more complicated than Tess ever thought. Especially after she receives a message that turns her life upside down.

Funny, heartbreaking, hopeful, and wondrous, in the vein of Six Feet Under and I’ll Give You the Sun, Things I’m Seeing Without You is a beautiful examination of what it means to love someone, to lose someone, and to love again.

Since it feels like the wait for Things I’m Seeing Without You is going to take F O R E V E R, Penguin was kind enough to provide us with a sampler of the story to tide us over until October 3rd! After reading the sampler, I can tell you that I instantly preordered my copy of the book and I can assure you that you will too!

Additionally, I’m going to be interviewing Peter in two weeks at BookExpo / BookCon!!!  Please let me know if you have any questions for him (comment here or tweet me at @SuperSpaceChick) and I’ll be sure to ask him!!

Peter Bognanni is a graduate of the Iowa Writers’ Workshop. His debut novel, The House of Tomorrow, won the LA Times award for first fiction and the ALA Alex Award and has been adapted into a feature film.  He teaches creative writing at Macalester College in Saint Paul, Minnesota.

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#ReadADessen: What Happened to Goodbye Book Look + Giveaway

Note: I was provided a copy of  What Happened to Goodbye by Penguin Teen as a #PRHPartner to read and spotlight this book.

The countdown is winding down for Sarah Dessen’s thirteenth novel, Once and For All, which is being released on June 6th!  I’m so excited for her newest book because wedding planning(!) but in the meantime, Penguin Teen put together a special blog tour, highlighting Sarah’s backlist books and encouraging readers to read or re-read everything during the countdown to Once and For All.  Today I’m posting a Book Look for What Happened to Goodbye.  What Happened to Goodbye is about a girl named Mclean who chooses to stay with her father after her parents go through a very messy divorce.  Because of her dad’s job, the pair move around from town to town and Mclean takes the opportunity to reinvent herself in each school she attends.  Because of the constant relocating, Mclean begins to lose herself and What Happened to Goodbye follows Mclean’s journey to self discovery when she begins to feel comfortable and form attachments in her most recent town.

What Happened to Goodbye by Sarah Dessen

 

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NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. Enter between 12:00 AM Eastern Time on April 17, 2017 and 12:00 AM on May 29, 2017.  Open to residents of the fifty United States and the District of Columbia who are 13 and older. Winners will be selected at random on or about June 1, 2017. Odds of winning depend on number of eligible entries received. Void where prohibited or restricted by law.

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ALONG FOR THE RIDE
The Lovely Books
Alexa Loves Books
A Perfection Called Books
In Wonderland
Midsummer Reads
The Fox’s Hideaway
Bookmark Lit
Once Upon a Twilight
Booksthetics
WHAT HAPPENED TO GOODBYE
The Book Shire
A Little Book World
Hello Chelly
Nicole’s Novel Reads
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Ex Libris
Xingsings
Lost in Lit
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Tea & Book Chat: Words in Deep Blue by Cath Crowley

Personal Thoughts:  Thank you so much to Random House for providing me with a copy of Words in Deep Blue by Cath Crowley in exchange for an honest review.  Cath Crowley is an Australian author who has been on my radar for some time but until Words in Deep Blue, I hadn’t experienced how amazing her writing is firsthand!  First of all, I was completely sold on this book based on the cover alone (look at all those beautiful, beautiful books! *heart eyes*).  Then when I read the plot and found out that the story is set in an old bookshop, and it has an epistolary element to it, I knew I would instantly fall in love.

Plot Summary:  Words in Deep Blue follows two teenagers, Rachel, a girl who’s been harboring a crush on her best friend, Henry, and she finally gets the courage to pour her heart out to him in a love letter left in his favorite book the day before she moves away.  Henry on the other hand, spent Rachel’s last night in town with Amy, the girl he’s been lusting after and ever since, their friendship has fallen apart.  When Rachel returns to town, a shell of her old self after the passing of her brother, her aunt gets her a job in Henry’s family’s bookshop and she’s forced to confront the things she’s been unable to face since she left.

Critique:  Words in Deep Blue is an absolute must-read for book lovers of all ages.  It’s written more in the vein of literary fiction rather than that of your typical contemporary YA novel.  Henry and Rachel are both very mature for their age and their deepest conversations, written via letters left in books, explore the topics of love, loss, grief and the meaning of life (and they’re not the only characters to communicate through books!).  Reading about Henry and Rachel reconnecting and rebuilding their trust in one another, Henry in Rachel after she started ignoring his letters during her time away, and Rachel in Henry after him ignoring the most important letter she ever wrote, is heartwarming.  If you’re an avid reader, you’re sure to appreciate the references to other books and you’ll also be wishing you were part of Henry’s family who eats dinner together every Friday at Shanghai Dumplings and discusses the books they’ve read throughout the week.  It was so nice to read about people who’s lives are as dependent upon reading as mine has always been.  I particularly loved Henry’s younger sister George who is an outsider at her school.  George is strong-minded and unafraid to voice her opinions.  She’s the victim of bullying but she’d rather spend her time with books and her family anyway.  There were times when I was reading when I wanted to shake Henry and tell him to wake up and see things clearly, but I appreciated the realistic portrayal of his relationship with the awful Amy who is not even close to good enough for him.  I can already tell that this is a story that will stick with me in the long run and I definitely plan on revisiting it in the future.

Do I Recommend?:  I definitely do.  Words in Deep Blue is beautifully written, the story is compelling and the characters are true to life.  I love all of the different emotions I felt while reading and I especially love the inclusion of the bookstore, the stories and the letters.

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Tea & Book Chat: Always and Forever, Lara Jean (To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before #3) by Jenny Han

Personal Thoughts:  This is hands down my favorite Jenny Han book ever written (I can say that now that I’ve read all of her YA books!).  I am just over the moon about this conclusion to Lara Jean’s story.  The fact that this book even exists at all is something I’m so thankful for since the To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before series was planned as a duology.  I know I was definitely not ready to let go of Lara Jean and Peter K (and Kitty and Margot and Stormy) so I’m so grateful for these precious extra 326 pages with them.  This book had everything I wanted and more.  There were definitely a ton of moments when I couldn’t hold back tears.  It really made me feel all the things.

Plot Summary:  Lara Jean and Peter K are finishing up their senior year of high school and they’re more in love than ever.  They have a plan for college but when they don’t both get into the college of their choice, things start getting tested.  In addition, Lara Jean’s Dad is getting ready to remarry (his girlfriend from the second book, P.S. I Still Love You) but not all of the Song sisters are on board.  There’s a ton of change happening in Lara Jean’s life and Always and Forever, Lara Jean explores that critical time in a person’s life when they determine what they want to hold on to and what’s best to let go of.

Critique:  As I stated above, I loved this book dearly.  Always and Forever Lara Jean had by far the best character development of any book in the series and it strengthened my emotional connection to everyone.  I didn’t think it would be possible to fall even harder for Peter K and yet I totally and completely did.  The way Peter interacts with Lara Jean’s family, the effort he puts into watching films Lara Jean enjoys and trying to learn how to braid her hair, and the way he is so unaffected by his peers who expect him to act like the typical jock are all reasons why he’s so very close to perfect.  The college factor put a major strain on their relationship and I’ve never wanted something to work out so badly.  This book was just packed with things I love.  There was Lara Jean’s quest to find the perfect chocolate chip cookie recipe, her vision for her Dad’s wedding that she worked so hard on, the way Lara Jean always teases Peter and how gullible he is to it, and of course, her interactions and the love she had for the sassiest of Songs, her younger sister Kitty.  Kitty is eleven years old in this book and she is just bursting with personality.  She’s self confident, intelligent and no nonsense about her opinions no matter who she’s telling them to.  I also really love Kitty and Peter’s dynamic.  I feel like I could go on and on about how much I love this book but I would hate to ruin anything for anyone.

Do I Recommend?:  This is pretty obvious yes.  If you enjoyed the first two books in the series (To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before and P.S. I Still Love You), I guarantee you will LOVE this conclusion<3

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Tea & Book Chat: Mini Reviews – Famous in Love by Rebecca Serle & That Summer by Sarah Dessen

This is my first installment of mini-reviews! Sometimes I’ll read a book and I don’t have enough feelings (or time) to write a full review for it but I don’t want to not talk about them at all, and so mini-reviews were born.  

Famous in Love by Rebecca Serle

I decided to pick Famous in Love up because I wanted to read the book before watching the television show of the same name which debuted on Freeform in early April and in full on Hulu after the premiere of the first episode. I really didn’t have strong feelings about this book either way.  It was cute, quick and fun but I didn’t feel attached to any of the characters or the storyline.  Once I shut the book, I found the story to be very forgettable and if it weren’t for the show, I don’t think I would even still remember the character names.  The story centers around Paige Townsen, a normal teenage girls with the dream of becoming an actress who gets discovered at an audition to play the lead role in an upcoming film adaptation of a popular book series called Locke.  Locke has a ton of parallels to Twilight, but as the story focuses on the behind the scenes love triangle between Paige and her co-stars, Rainer and Jordan, it reads as if someone wrote Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson and Taylor Lautner fanfiction.

That Summer by Sarah Dessen

I decided to start way back at the very beginning of Sarah Dessen’s backlist and read everything she’s written in publication order for two reasons.  The first one being I’ve heard there are cameos in each book from past characters and the second one being that the consensus is that most people seem to love Along for the Ride and Just Listen.  I didn’t want to start with either of those and then feel disappointed in her other books so I started with low expectations and I’m continuing to assume that they’ll get better.  That being said, I was not a fan of That Summer.  It was… fine.  I didn’t feel like very much happened and I found myself to be very bored while I was reading.  I kept wondering how the story was going to wrap up and what the big conflict would be because I kept getting closer to the end and nothing was happening and then it just kind of never came.  I also didn’t feel any connection to any of the characters so it just wasn’t my cup of tea.  But I will be continuing on and I’m not going to judge her works by this one mishap!

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Tea & Book Chat: I Believe in a Thing Called Love by Maurene Goo

Personal Thoughts:  Thank you so much to Alexa of Alexa Loves Books for letting me borrow a copy of her ARC for I Believe in a Thing Called Love by Maurene Goo.  I had been wanting to read this story ever since I heard the premise – a girl who searches for love using the rules from K dramas – and saw the gorgeous cover! I usually don’t love covers with models on them but apparently the exceptions are I Believe in a Thing Called Love and the To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before series.  I had very high hopes for this book when I went into it and while it didn’t completely live up to my expectations, I did think it was a really fun and quick read.

Plot Summary:  Desi is your typical A+ overachieving student with more extracurricular activities under her belt than most of your high school combined.  She’s dreamed of becoming a doctor for her entire like, just like her mother who passed away when she was a child.  Desi lives at home with her father who is addicted to K dramas.  After a weekend of binge-watching several series, Desi decides to take the “rules” she’s learned and apply them to her own non-existent love life in order to secure her first boyfriend.  She has her sights set on the new guy, the rebellious and artsy Luca, and once she starts implementing her plan, chaos ensues.

Critique:  I Believe in a Thing Called Love is a really adorable but outlandish YA contemporary romance.  Desi manages to be an awkward and lovable main character, despite the crazy tactics she employs in her quest to start dating Luca.  I love the relationship between Desi and her father, a native Korean who speaks broken English.  I found Desi’s dad to be hilarious and I love how supportive he is of his daughter, even when she doesn’t make the best choices.  They have such a wonderful relationship with just the right amount of codependency and it’s super adorable.  I also adored Luca, the artistic misunderstood love interest.  He certainly put up with a lot of chaos from Desi and I often found myself just wanting to give him a hug or explain things so he would be less confused.  Since the romance cues Desi takes are based on K dramas, you can expect unrealistic situations such as pants falling off while trying to flirt, staging accidents to get closer to her crush and some head flicking but all with a lot of innocence.  I also enjoyed Desi’s best friends, Wes and Fiona, but I do think they should’ve been a little less supportive of Desi’s craziness.  Overall, I Believe in a Thing Called Love is a really cute read.  It’s not a new favorite of mine, but I did enjoy my time with the characters.

Do I Recommend?:  If you’re into K dramas, I would definitely recommend checking this one out.  If you prefer very realistic or serious romances, I would have to say to skip this one because I don’t think it’ll be everyone’s cup of tea.

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Reading Challenge Wrap Up: April 2017

Welcome to my reading challenges recap for 2017!  This is a monthly post where I’ll be updating my progress throughout the year by challenge so you (and I) can see a breakdown of what I’ve read and which goals those books apply to.  I’m always open to suggestions in the comments as well! If you’re interested in learning more about any of the challenges below, you can view my sign-up post!

Goal: 100

Read so far: 44 (I upped my Goodreads goal from 75 to 100 & I’m still ahead!)

Books Read: That Summer by Sarah Dessen, The Titan’s Curse (Percy Jackson and the Olympians #3) by Rick Riordan, Wintersong by S. Jae-Jones, The Long Game (The Fixer #2) by Jennifer Lynn Barnes, Fireworks by Katie Cotugno, Princess Jellyfish Volume 3, The Princess Diarist by Carrie Fisher, Famous in Love by Rebecca Serle, Geekerella by Ashley Poston, I Believe in a Thing Called Love by Maurene Goo, The Upside of Unrequited by Becky Albertalli, Yamada-Kun and the Seven Witches Volume 8, A Court of Mist and Fury by Sarah J Maas

Favorite read of the month:

It’s a tie between The Upside of Unrequited and Geekerella!

Goal: 40

Read so far: 11

Favorite Read of the month: A Court of Mist and Fury by Sarah J Maas

Goal: 21+

Read so far: 13

Favorite read of the month: TIE: The Upside of Unrequited and Geekerella!

Goal: 1-30

Read so far: 12

Favorite read of the month: TIE: The Upside of Unrequited and Geekerella!

Goal: 20

Read so far: 9

Favorite read of the month: TIE: The Upside of Unrequited and Geekerella!

Goal: 30

Read so far: 31 (ACHIEVEMENT UNLOCKED)

Favorite Read of the month: The Long Game by Jennifer Lynn Barnes

Goal: 51-75 points

Points so far: 46 points

Favorite read of the monthThe Titan’s Curse by Rick Riordan – Woo! I’ll smash this goal next month the extra 10 points I’ll acquire for finishing the ACOTAR and To All the Boys series!

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Everything, Everything Giveaway

I partnered with Warner Bros. to bring you this adorable giveaway in honor of the Everything Everything film which debuts in theaters on May 19th!  Last year I read the book of the same name by Nicola Yoon and I totally loved it (you can read my full review here) so I’m quite excited to see it adapted as a film so soon after its release.  I’m also loving the emoji trailer which you can see below:

About the Film

On May 19, risk everything…for love. #EverythingEverything

From Warner Bros. Pictures and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures comes the romantic drama “Everything, Everything,” directed by Stella Meghie and based on the bestselling book of the same name by Nicola Yoon.

What if you couldn’t touch anything in the outside world? Never breathe in the fresh air, feel the sun warm your face…or kiss the boy next door? Everything, Everything tells the unlikely love story of Maddy, a smart, curious and imaginative 18-year-old who due to an illness cannot leave the protection of the hermetically sealed environment within her house, and Olly, the boy next door who won’t let that stop them.

Maddy is desperate to experience the much more stimulating outside world, and the promise of her first romance. Gazing through windows and talking only through texts, she and Olly form a deep bond that leads them to risk everything to be together…even if it means losing everything.

“Everything, Everything” stars Amandla Stenberg (“The Hunger Games”) as Maddy and Nick Robinson (“Jurassic World”) as Olly. The film also stars Ana de la Reguera (“Sun Belt Express”) and Anika Noni Rose (“Dreamgirls”).

Giveaway

One (1) winner receives:

  • $25 Visa gift card to see the film in theaters on May 19
  • Copy of the book (movie tie-in cover)
  • Everything, Everything tank top & backpack

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