Smallville Season 2

My obsession continues, and now welcome to Smallville Saturday. Every Saturday till I finish the series, I will post my season reviews. They will be pretty short because it doesn’t incompass a lot.

No spoilers ahead!

This season led to a lot of feelings changed. I learned that I hate how childish Lana and Chloe can be. I mean, honestly, can y’all not accept your faults or something. I learned that season finales are always the best but can hurt a lot. Also that Clark is incapable of voicing his feelings.

The plot was big, but it broke it down so we can actually understand it. There were times when I gave no craps about the villains, but I kept watching because there were redeemable parts. Each individual episode kind of seemed repetitive, but then they would switch it up with a new problem. Not my favorite season but still a good season.

Second Chance Summer Book Review

Book: Second Chance Summersecond chance summer

Author: Morgan Matson



Taylor Edwards’ family might not be the closest-knit—everyone’s a little too busy and overscheduled—but for the most part, they get along just fine. Then Taylor’s dad gets devastating news, and her parents decide that the family will spend one last summer all together at their old lake house in the Pocono Mountains.

Crammed into a place much smaller and more rustic than they are used to, they begin to get to know each other again. And Taylor discovers that the people she thought she had left behind haven’t actually gone anywhere. Her former best friend is still around, as is her first boyfriend…and he’s much cuter at seventeen than he was at twelve.

As the summer progresses and the Edwards become more of a family, they’re more aware than ever that they’re battling a ticking clock. Sometimes, though, there is just enough time to get a second chance—with family, with friends, and with love.

Rating: ⅗

There are no spoilers ahead!


I didn’t expect to love it, and I didn’t love it. When I am in slumps, I read contemporaries because they’re addicting. I went into the library looking for a contemporary, and they were closing, so I ran to the nearest author who had contemporaries, grabbed a book, and checked out. I guess I did pretty well for blindly grabbing for a book.

Characters: ⅖

The characters had one trait. They had one trait, one personality, and they never once strayed. I wish there was more depth to them, so they seemed like actual humans. Through that, I didn’t connect her. She was a lot like literally every other character that goes through it. The main character literally justifies all her actions with I just need to run away sometimes.

Since the characters were flat, the relationships were also pretty flat and underdeveloped. Most of them just happened. They talked for the first time and years, and everything from their past was immediately forgotten. It didn’t happen. Which if someone hurt me and tried to be my friend without talking it through? Nothing would come for that. I was here for the family development because they got to spend their last few weeks bonding and having fun. I didn’t feel the siblings got closer, but Taylor and her father got to spend more time together.

Plot: ⅖

It wasn’t an original plot. I’ve seen it before, and I’ll probably see it again.

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I wish there was a more creative twist or anything. There was a lot of tropes that I personally don’t love. I wasn’t sure whether the “love” was supposed to be a big deal because for me, it wasn’t. It kind of just annoyed me because it just happened. The story just wasn’t put together. It was a collection of moments that were choppy. I didn’t love it.

Writing Style: ⅗

It was boring, and it didn’t bring anything good to the table. The dialogue was choppy, and it seemed awkward. I think back to the days when I only read contemporary, and thought it was the best writing. Now I wish it was a little more developed.

I didn’t love it. I can tolerate it. How’d you enjoy it?

The Incredibles Book Tag

The Incredibles

In honor of Incredibles 2 coming out, I thought that I would do a book tag involving the characters. I didn’t seem to find one, so I looked one up.

Mr. Incredible-What book did you think had a strong father figure that impacted the character a lot?

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Well, of the top of my head, I could tell you who wasn’t a strong figure, Valentine Morgenstern. Even though he’s not technically a father, he’s father figure, Chiron from the Percy Jackson series. He always had faith and protected Percy no matter what.

Elastigirl-What book did you wish you could have stretched out to make it last longer?

Eliza and Her Monsters was one of my favorite contemporaries. When it ended, I was so devastated because I wasn’t done with the characters. I still wanted to follow them and their lives.

Violet-What book did you dislike so much you wish it would disappear forever?

Quite a negative question, but Superhuman by Michael Carroll was actually horrible. I read it like 3 years ago, and I got it from like a garage sale. I didn’t enjoy any of it.

Dash-What book had the fastest plot that you could barely keep up?

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Caraval had a super fast plot. Everything seemed to happen at once, and we never got a break to take in the information. It worked perfectly though because it added to the element of what was real or not.

Jack Jack- What book kept information from you until the very end?

The Chaos of Standing Still was the most mysterious book. There aren’t a lot of good YA thrillers, but I loved this one. It felt like I was figuring out a Sherlock mystery. But it was also frustrating constantly not knowing what was happening.


Heartless Book Review

Book: Heartlessheartless

Author: Marissa Meyer



Long before she was the terror of Wonderland-the infamous Queen of Hearts- she was just a girl who wanted to fall in love.

Catherine may be one of the most desired girls in Wonderland and a favorite of the unmarried King, but her interests lie elsewhere. A talented baker, she wants to open a shop and create delectable pastries. But for her mother, such a goal is unthinkable for a women who could be a queen.

At a royal ball where Cath is expected to receive the King’s marriage proposal, she meets handsome and mysterious Jest. For the first time, she feels the pull of true attraction. At the risk of offending the King and infuriating her parents, she and Jest into a secret courtship. Cath is determined to choose her own destiny. But in a land thriving with magic, madness, and monsters, fate has other plans.

Rating: 4.5/5

Warning: Spoilers ahead!


Holy crap! I was blown away by this book, even though we had a bumpy start. Almost an entire summer ago, I read the first few pages, but it got put away for a while because I couldn’t get into it. I tried again and ended up reading it in less than 24 hours. I fell in love with Jest, then proceeded to get my heartbroken. It’s better than not having it, ouch.

Characters ⅘:

In short, I loved all of them. Jest had my heart from the second he made an entrance. I mean he entered like a pro. Even the side characters like the Turtle and Cheshire cat were the best. They added humor at the serious parts to lighten the story, and they were so sweet to Cath. Obviously, I hated the King. He was a dramatic brat who couldn’t see past his personal infatuation to recognize other people’s feelings, but he’s a King, so that’s the typical attitude we see from them. Cath’s parents were the worst. Everyone knows that Cath is such an amazing baker, and she should share that. Still, they denied her and called her a disappointment. At the end, when they were like, “We just wanted you to be happy.” I think y’all were a bit late to that realization train. Now you have a sociopath for a daughter, happy?

Cath was a bit of an annoyance. I never realized that the Queen of Hearts could have a backstory, so the whole idea was amazing. But dang, Cath was kinda stupid sometimes. Like her parents, she hit realizations a bit too late. All the time, she spent time in her room pitying herself. I get it, it’s not what you want to do, but you could use your position to help someone. Maybe fix the Jabberwock problem? My heart broke for her at the end. She hit a breaking point, and it caused her to become reckless with herself.sociopath

Jest and Cath totally had an insta love deal that I wasn’t fond of considering she didn’t know anything about him. Cueing the crisis about stealing her heart. Jest also played “you’re not like other girls” card because she didn’t want to be Queen. Not every girl dreams about being royalty. The entire time Cath kept showing Jest she wanted to be with him. Then after she was like, “I regret it now.” I couldn’t handle her. Your life isn’t hard, you have 2 boys after you! But it was a beautiful relationship that I was sad to see burn.

Plot: ⅗

For the life of me, I couldn’t tell you what the actual goal was. It was a complex story. Cath and Jest just wanted to be happy with each other. King just wanted to marry Cath.

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No one really got what they wanted. Except the King but that was to be expected. I didn’t really know what was up with Raven. He was just along for the ride I guess.

I didn’t like the speed of the plot. We would get some crucial information. Then nothing would happen for a while, but after a little while, we get a bunch of action jam packed. Then the cycle repeats. The plot came in waves basically. It was really hard to push through those pages of just waiting.

Ultimately, the best scene was the hat shop tea party. It was magical, funny, and entertaining. There was something about everyone having fun and showing off their skills that was so endearing to me. The end of the party was a bit rough. The Jabberwock seemed like it was a big problem, but was anybody focused it? The answer is no. Literally no one even cared about figuring out how to get rid of it. Too focused on their love life? Can’t relate.

The ending broke me. I didn’t shed a tear, but I was dead on the inside. The book was a rollercoaster, and at the end, I was numb and tired. I just couldn’t deal with it. They chose a perfect title.

World Building: ⅘

Although Marissa Meyers didn’t make the Wonderland, she expanded it. The characters explained the backgrounds, and it added depth to them. There is some sympathy for the Queen of Hearts now. She didn’t keep it as whimsical was it was in the original book, but the times are different and it’s different authors. There were a lot of modern elements added to the book which did annoy me the tiniest bit, but I’ll live.

Writing Style: ⅘

It’s pretty known I am not a fan of Marissa Meyer’s Cinder which was partly due to the immature writing style, but this story had the opposite effect. I loved the way she made this imaginary world sound. It sounded magical. Some of the character’s dialect didn’t quite match what it was originally was, but like i said, two different authors. She got in a little over her head when she tried to include Mr. Caterpillar. She just didn’t nail him. It can’t be perfect since Lewis Carroll is dead. She did try to make Jest sound poetic.


It didn’t work because I had trouble fitting together a modern day bad boy but also an old court jester.

I loved the book, and I’m so happy I gave it another shot. How’d you guys like it?

Smallville Season 1

Recently, I started Season 1 of Smallville. I’m currently binging it because it’s amazing, and I’m obsessed. So I thought I could talk about my thoughts on it.

No spoilers ahead!

First of all, I love the cast. Tom Welling, Kristin Kreuk, Michael Rosenbaum, and Annette O’Toole. I’m not going to put Allison Mack in there because she’s not a person deserving of my support. But they all play their characters so well. Tom Welling does an excellent way of portraying that debate of justice and self whenever he has to sacrifice something.

The actual characters are my favorite. Jonathan and Martha Kent are the best and most supportive parents. They would do so much for Clark, and I’m glad he has that support system as he’s going through all of season. There isn’t really a Superman in this season. This series is about Clark Kent and his life. It doesn’t focus on the major plots. It’s minor crimes and discovering his ability that is really important. I love that because it’s a side of Clark Kent we have had yet to see, and we see him very innocent and just getting into that world of evil. I’m going to be sad as he drifts into it, but having a young Clark is wonderful.

It is only minor crimes, so the plot can really bore me. The first episodes were good, but I got sick of the same thing, same ending, and nothing is ever revealed. It took well into the season for Lex to find something on Clark, but now because of Lex major problems have arisen. I can’t wait to see what season 2 holds with their friendship.

I’m not really for the whole relationships thing with any of the characters. I guess I’m waiting for Clark’s ultimate love, but I just don’t see him matching with anyone in the series currently.

Season 1 left us wondering a lot, so I can’t wait to see how it’s all going down in Season 2.

this is a mess

I’m definitely going to keep watching and updating you guys.

The Darkest Minds Review

This is gonna be a collection of all my thoughts and opinions on The Darkest Minds Series by Alexandra Bracken.

Beware MAJOR spoilers ahead…

The Darkest Minds (Book 1) Goodreads

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It was a wonderful start. Info dumping at the beginning, kinda non consistent characters, and there was often a drag in the plot. I still LOVVVEEEDDD my children. I just wanted them all to be protected.

Their cute innocent moments like just riding in Black Betty or the scene where Zu dresses up. Ah, makes me tear up a little bit. The road trip was so fun because the whole time I was in it. I wanted to know everything about their trip. What they ate, their conversations. I wished them to be real. I mean I kinda got my wish since there is going to be a movie.

Then Clancy got all up in it. He screwed everything up. There wasn’t a single time where that little devil headed child wasn’t directing things to fall apart. He had his moments. There were sometimes I wanted him to be saved. But when they people say Jesus can never be too far, it doesn’t apply to him. He’s believes that his ways can ultimately fix things, but I don’t think that world can be fixed.

My heart at the end of the book

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I immediately wanted everything to go back to normal. I wasn’t prepared for that sorrow. That leads us in to…


Never Fade (Book 2) Goodreads

never fade

First of, kinda disappointed that Liam none of the gang got a point of view in the beginning because that would have been easier rather than them explaining where they had been, but i understand why not.

VIDA MY CHILD VIDA! I freaking loved her. She had that sass and a whole lot of fight. Throughout the entire book, in my head, I was like “YESSS GIRLLL!” She and Ruby really balanced each other out, and I definitely think they made a great pair during missions.

This was when I started to begin to feel slightly annoyed with Ruby. She started withholding information, thinking she could handle it, and becoming more ruthless. I understand that her life involves being a killer and handling everything. But she had people trusting her, and plenty of times she let them down because she didn’t know how to say it to their faces. She’s a smart, talented, kick butt girl just not when she doesn’t have support, and it really crashes down around her in the third book.

The plot took a while to pick up. When they were at the base in the beginning, I got so bored. There were a lot of basic moments that were there as spacer scenes till it was the right time for Ruby to do something.

The world building in this book was amazing. She showed us the outside world, finally. All of book one we focused on them, the camps, and getting away. We never got to see how society was working, and seeing that big shift showed us how big a deal the camps really were. I loved that aspect so much.

Once again, Alexandra kills us with the endings. She allowed us to become attached to Jude, and then she ripped him away from us. Tearing us apart again.

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In The Afterlight (Book 3) Goodreads

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The conclusion, the final book. It all finished with this book. Well not really because she’s giving us more, but at the time, this was the end. It left so many open questions, and it really didn’t satisfy me. I kept feeling that they got off easy. Reasonably, not all of them would have made it out. I mean I’m not wishing them death, but it didn’t seem to fairy-tale to be true.

We got so much of the side characters. It made up for Ruby being so annoying all the time. Everyone was so done with her.

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Her secret-keeping problem only escalated in this book. She had no remorse for any of the lives she had been taken and none for Nico. Her character really morphed into something different over this series. Ruby was also so dramatic with things. She legit was just looking for a way to release her stress, and it always was Liam. Talk about healthy relationship goals.

Liam did shine in this book though. When Cole died, we really got a taste of that change in him. Never in a million years would I have thought him capable of going behind someone’s back, yet he did it. He’s often portrayed as sweet which makes him seem weak, but he is not weak. He is probably the strongest because he has made it this far, and he still finds the ability to be kind. That is one of the ways Ruby and him differ.

The plot was so boring whilst they were waiting out in the base. So many useless hours they spent holed up in there. It was the hardest to push through, and I honestly ended up skimming some of the pages. The beginning and end had all the action, it was just the middle.

I love this series. I think it is perfect for newer readers and younger readers. It from the time of stereotypical dystopian era and from a new, young author. I’d say Alexandra did pretty well with her first book.

Disney Song Book Tag

I wanted to do something fun, and I found this amongst many others. The original is linked here. I loved Disney. I basically grew up singing to the movies, so why not connect two of my favorite things.

Part of Your World- What book world would you change yourself for so you could be a part of?

Ughhh this is hard. I’m stuck between Red London and the Grishaverse. I think I’ll go with Red London because I think it might be less violent and dangerous.

Let it Go- What book did you not want to finish because you loved it so much?

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Yea so there’s a lot of them. I guess Warcross because I just wanted to stay their and continue along side all the characters.

Beauty and the Beast- What book do you think is/will be timeless?

I will always love Percy Jackson, staple of my childhood, staple of my life. Also I think sometime in the future Six of Crows could be a book remembered by everyone because most people already love it.

So This Is Love- What book were you hesitant to read at first by ended up loving?

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One of my favorite books I didn’t pick up because I wasn’t sure I’d enjoy it. It was Wolf by Wolf by Ryan Graudin. Hate You Give was another book I hesitated because I was scared I wasn’t going to love it like everyone else (even though I do love it and think it’s very important.)

Friend Like Me- Which character would you like to be your best friend?

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I would love to be best friends with all of them please and thank you. To narrow it down though, I would love to have Lazlo Strange from Strange the Dreamer because we could talk about ALLL the books.

Reflection- What book really made you think/change the way you view things?

A huge one is The Hate You Give because it shows a different side of things instead of hearing the modified news version, we are hearing a young girl’s. Always and Forever, Lara Jean changed the way I had been living my life but it’s not as universal as THUG.

May Wrap Up

I had an amazing beginning of the month. I read a lot of quality books, and I was reading a lot. Sadly, I over read (is that a thing) and I feel into a slump. I’m currently trying to get out that slump, and I am trying to read Percy Jackson because that always makes me eager to read. I also finished my school work, so I will be devoted back to my site and get it set up, so I can actually post come Fall when I go back.

Magnus Chase: The Sword of Summer by Rick Riordan 3.5/5 Goodreads

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I always am a sucker for Uncle Rick’s books because they feel like home. After reading the Heroes of Olympus I felt let down, but this was a hit. I loved the plot and the characters. He could have done more with the book, and it does drag at times. Yet, I still can’t wait to pick up the second book.

City of Fallen Angels by Cassandra Clare ⅘ Goodreads

city of fallen angels

In part of Emmmabooks read a long, I am trying to keep up with her reading schedule. I really like this book, but I do not love it as much. To me, it was a lot of waiting and setting up for the next two books. She sets up the ending really well, but it took a whole book to do it, so the plot go very boring.

Autoboyography by Christina Lauren ⅘ Goodreads


It was adorable. I must have spent the entire time blushing.The plot showed an important topic very well, and I respect the way she did it. The characters and their action often annoyed me, but I did want them, in the end, to be happy.

The Darkest Minds by Alexandra Bracken ⅘ Goodreads

darkest minds

One of the first books I read and loved in my introduction to YA. Since reading it, I never ended up reading the rest of the series, so I decided that I would finally get around to it. This book has such an amazing cast of characters, that we’ll get to see on screen in August. Info dumping was a big part of the beginning, but once we got into the plot, I was caught. Immediately, I went out to grab the next book.

Never Fade by Alexandra Bracken ⅘ Goodreads

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THE PLOT THICKENS!! In this book, everything picks up. The plot takes us places we’ve never been, and the world building introduces us to the rest of the U.S. New characters were given a part of my heart. Even more hooked, I grabbed the next book.

In The Afterlight by Alexandra Bracken ⅗ Goodreads

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Most people would think that the last book would be the epic conclusion, but the ending didn’t satisfy me. The plot was the slowest in this book, and Ruby, out beloved main character, angered me so much. I’m glad for the more of the side characters we got. This was their book to shine. I can’t wait for the Zu based book to come out because this ending gave me more questions to be answered.

Always and Forever, Lara Jean by Jenny Han ⅘ Goodreads


I have a spoiler book review on my thoughts and opinions. But for those who haven’t read it, this book is emotional and teaches you a lot. The character were different, but I loved the realistic plot. Jenny Han never fails to prove herself (and make me cry.)

Restore Me by Tahereh Mafi 3.5/5 Goodreads

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I got a lot emotions with this book. It was wonderful to see and talk to these characters again, but the plot didn’t really make sense. The world building was poor for what she was trying to show. She’s trying to set up the next few books, but it should have been left alone. Juliette and Warner have had major character arcs throughout the series. It’s often hard to see them make the same actions as their former selves knowing their beliefs, ideas, and minds have changed so drastically. Obviously, I’m going to be reading the next book because the ending left me shocked. It’s a nice installment but not a necessity.

Children of Blood and Bone by Tomi Adeyemi 5/5 Goodreads

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WOW! This book left me shook. It seems like a big book, but it’s filled with so much adventure that you don’t even notice turning the pages. The world she is building is magnificent, and it’s a brand new place we’ve never seen before. Characters were so well written. I actually imagined them being alive. I fell into this book for 3 hours, and I came out a changed person.

13 Reasons Why by Jay Asher ⅖ Goodreads

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It’s not a perfect book. It has a lot flaws by glorifying and showing suicide as an option. Hannah blamed people for her suicide, but it was ultimately her decision. Some of them were horrible people but a person in particular feels at fault for what isn’t their fault. It shows us how suicide affects other people. Everyone is shown dealing with it differently. Plot wise, it was boring and slow. You always hear how you should show not tell, it felt like Hannah was telling me what happened instead of being in that moment and experiencing it.

The Upside of Unrequited by Becky Albertalli ⅘ Goodreads

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It was a heavy book filled with issues that were expressed very well. The plot was uneventful, and in the beginning, I had a hard time trying to convince myself to continue. Eventually, I fell in love with all the characters and had to keep reading.

Always and Forever, Lara Jean Book Review

Book: Always and Forever, Lara Jeanimage

Author: Jenny Han


Synopsis: Lara Jean is having the best senior year. And there’s still so much to look forward to: a class trip to New York City, prom with her boyfriend Peter, Beach Week after graduation, and her dad’s wedding to Mrs. Rothschild. Then she’ll be sent off to college with Peter, a school close enough for her to come home and bake chocolate chip cookies on the weekends.

Life couldn’t be more perfect!

At least, that’s what Lara Jean thinks…until she gets some unexpected news.

Now the girl who dreads change must rethink all her plans-but when your heart and head are saying two different things, which one should you listen to?


Review: (Spoilery)

Wow! So after finishing this book, I cried for a solid 30 minutes. I cried for everything that has gone on this year, the whirlwind of school, but also, that I haven’t had time to be happy and make memories in a long time. I’ve been so caught up in grades and sports that I forgot to enjoy everything. I haven’t gone out with my friends. I haven’t spent time with my family. I just no longer had time for that stuff. When I look back, I don’t only want memories studying and pushing myself but also spending time with my friends. Time is limited, and thanks to Lara Jean, I realize that now. Thank you Lara Jean and Jenny Han.

Characters: ⅗ Just saying, I hate dramatic characters that can’t talk things through. It is a pet peeve of mine that I just can’t shake. There were times when I was annoyed with everyone, but it also felt so real because how often do I get annoyed with my family and friends. (All the freaking time) She made things dramatic, but I enjoyed it, oddly enough, this time. I guess I knew going in it was going to be drama filled.

Overall, you probably know how much I love Lara Jean and Peter. They balance so well, and they read each other so well. They don’t act like a “new” High School couple at any point in the series. It kinda makes me resent it because that isn’t how relationships at that age work, but it’s okay because I love them. They get a free pass this time I guess.

Their family aspect throughout the story is so good. It doesn’t ever feel like it’s on the back burner. Lara Jean’s family is so important to her, and it really played the part throughout the book. With the bonding moments, the fights, cruel words, and just getting through the new marriage showed the closeness they all obviously felt.

Plot: ⅘ It wasn’t an edge of the seat plot. It was a glide through life, and watch everyone’s life in snippets sort of story. It felt like we were in her life. The drama points obviously had me on the edge of my seat because like communication always is just open. I wanted everyone to be happy all the time, but no conflict in a book would be kind of boring.

The last semester feel was spot on. Lara Jean was just trying to grasp onto those last few weeks of senior year, but they were gliding through her fingers. She was just trying to find her way to the right college and dealing with it. A lot of kids go through that, especially because it’s that time of year, and this shed some light on the stress it puts on them. It gave me a nostalgic feel trying to finish out school and live out your moments.

Writing Style: ⅗ I love everything about this book except the writing style. Ughh! I hate that it gets on my nerves so much. She writes very choppy, and the sentences don’t flow together. Everything is said straight out with no poetic context. Just straight out. If she added more aesthetic writing to it, then it would be much more appealing. Not as much fluff as the secret history though. There has to be a balance, and sadly, she didn’t have that balance.

Overall, I love the book, and I would not recommend reading it late at night when you’re tired because you get way too emotional.

The Chaos of Standing Still Book Review

Book: The Chaos of Standing Stillchaos of standing still

Author: Jessica Brody

Synopsis: Ryn has one unread text message on her phone. And it’s been there for almost a year.

She hasn’t tried to read it. She can’t. She won’t. Because that one message is the last thing her best friend ever said to her before she died.

But as Ryn finds herself trapped in the Denver International Airport on New Year’s Eve thanks to a never-ending blizzard on the one-year anniversary of her best friend’s death, fate literally runs into her.

And his name is Xander.

When two accidentally swap phone, Ryn and Xander are thrust into the chaos of an unforgettable all-night adventure, filled with charming and mysterious strangers, a secret New Year’s Eve bash, and a possible Illuminati conspiracy hidden within the Denver airport. But as the bizarre night continues, all Ryn can think about is that one unread text message. It follows her wherever she goes, because Ryn can’t get her brilliantly wild and free-spirited best friend out of her head.

Ryn can’t move on.

But tonight, for the first time ever, she’s trying. And maybe that’s a start.

Rating: ⅗

Review: (Spoiler Free) I actually got this at a signing, TeenBookCon where I met some of my favorite authors with my best friend. I read it as soon as I got home because I was craving a contemporary. It definitely fulfilled that role. I spent that whole time freaking out of the cute fluff.

Characters: 3.5/5 I didn’t love the characters a lot. I found that they were so dramatic, but they drew out the plot to where it seemed understandable. They just got a little too unbearable at parts. Of course, they were adorable too because they were just trying to navigate the waters of love.

Plot: ⅘ I spent majority enthralled by the plot trying to figure it out. I wanted to know what was such a big deal. Them being so dramatic just keened me in to know the information. I’m always here to hear the drama, and I had to keep reading until I knew it. I’ve also never read a book that takes place overnight in a airport. There has been books where they passed through the airport, but never, have I read about someone staying. I kinda stay in an airport now.

Writing Style: ⅘ She did a great job of giving fluff feels, but then again, that doesn’t take too much. She didn’t have an overly developed style. I expected this kind of base writing from her just by looking at her other types of books. She did a great job of clueing us in, but she never let the cat out of the bag.

Yeah, so it’s been a while. I didn’t feel like reading for the longest time, and I just couldn’t get myself to review. Then I planned to get caught up over Spring Break, but I ended up traveling to Chicago and have the time of my life. School became overwhelming, but I missed it a lot, so I’m back. Thanks for sticking around I guess.