Book 50: The Upside of Unrequited by Becky Albertalli

This book had a lot to offer, and I think it is a book that has some messages that will help some teens, but I also think the overall message worries some readers. I am not sure where I stand, but I will try to work out my thoughts with this review.

Book 49: We Are Okay by Nina LaCour

I was not disappointed by anything other than the fact that I waited so long to read this book.

Book 48: Hunted by Meagan Spooner

This book is beautifully told, and I love the idea of a Beauty and the Beast retelling. I just don’t know how I feel about the book as a whole.

Book 47: Exo by Fonda Lee

What do I say about this book? It was a great concept for a book. It had that dystopian flare to it, but it was also very true to its sci-fi-ness. I just don’t know if it was the book for me. 3 stars (maybe even 2.75).

Book 44: Tattoo Atlas by Tim Floreen

This book takes twists and turns at every possible chance. I thought I knew the end like 5 times, but everything would change with certain tidbits of information. It really was a thriller right up until the end.

Book 41: Goodbye Days by Jeff Zentner

I am sad that I did not start this book sooner, but I am also sad that this book it over. I was to enjoy it for the first time over and over again.

Book 39: Honestly Ben by Bill Konigsberg

I did like how they addressed gender and sexuality as a spectrum in this book. Nothing is black and white, and we try to put people in boxes because it makes us more comfortable, but it isn’t that easy.