Hey guys! First off, I wanted to say that this book was only a little bit confusing and hard to keep up with, but great regardless. 
Sixteen year old Jacob, still reeling from a family tragedy, journeys to a small, remote island off the coast of Wales with his father. There, he discovers the decaying ruins of Miss Peregrines Home for Peculiar Children. As he explores the crumbling orphanage, the remaining evidence of any body being able to live there shows that not only were these children strange and peculiar, but maybe dangerous. And as Jacob digs further into the orphanage, he discovers, that as impossible as it may be, these children may still be alive, young as ever.
Find more in Miss Peregrines Home for Peculiar Children.

Hey guys! First off, I wanted to say that this book was only a little bit confusing and hard to keep up with, but great regardless.
Sixteen year old Jacob, still reeling from a family tragedy, journeys to a small, remote island off the coast of Wales with his father. There, he discovers the decaying ruins of Miss Peregrines Home for Peculiar Children. As he explores the crumbling orphanage, the remaining evidence of any body being able to live there shows that not only were these children strange and peculiar, but maybe dangerous. And as Jacob digs further into the orphanage, he discovers, that as impossible as it may be, these children may still be alive, young as ever.
Find more in Miss Peregrines Home for Peculiar Children.

Hey guys! So I usually very rarely ever read romance, but I saw this at a book fair a while ago, and it looked interesting.
17 year old Hadley Sullivan is protesting and fighting going to her fathers wedding in England after he walked out on her and her mom, but nevertheless, goes to JFK airport to get on a plane and fly to Liverpool. At the airport, Hadley meets Oliver, a perfect, stunning British college student. She talks to him once, and then they’re on their separate ways, but then they discover they’re on the same flight together. They immediately hit it off, and after a night of nonstop talking on their flight, Hadley cannot stop thinking of him, or thinking maybe he feels the same way too. Upon arriving at Liverpool, Hadley and Oliver lose each other in the chaos, and Hadley is determined to see how many times she’s can knock on fates door.
See more in the Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight.

Hey guys! So I usually very rarely ever read romance, but I saw this at a book fair a while ago, and it looked interesting.
17 year old Hadley Sullivan is protesting and fighting going to her fathers wedding in England after he walked out on her and her mom, but nevertheless, goes to JFK airport to get on a plane and fly to Liverpool. At the airport, Hadley meets Oliver, a perfect, stunning British college student. She talks to him once, and then they’re on their separate ways, but then they discover they’re on the same flight together. They immediately hit it off, and after a night of nonstop talking on their flight, Hadley cannot stop thinking of him, or thinking maybe he feels the same way too. Upon arriving at Liverpool, Hadley and Oliver lose each other in the chaos, and Hadley is determined to see how many times she’s can knock on fates door.
See more in the Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight.

Hey guys! This is my first official book review, enjoy!
Struck by family tragedy, teenage Katie Greene is forced to move to Japan to live with her aunt. Bewildered by Japanese customs, with close-to-none friends to comfort her, Katie feels alone. Until she meets Yuu Tomohiro, mysterious star on their school kendo team. She immediately sparks an interest in him, constantly making a fool of herself in front of him. But strange happenings are occurring, and they seem to have a connection to Tomohiro. Intrigued by his mysterious ways and rumors of a dark past, Katie is determined to find answers.
Read more in Ink.

Hey guys! This is my first official book review, enjoy!
Struck by family tragedy, teenage Katie Greene is forced to move to Japan to live with her aunt. Bewildered by Japanese customs, with close-to-none friends to comfort her, Katie feels alone. Until she meets Yuu Tomohiro, mysterious star on their school kendo team. She immediately sparks an interest in him, constantly making a fool of herself in front of him. But strange happenings are occurring, and they seem to have a connection to Tomohiro. Intrigued by his mysterious ways and rumors of a dark past, Katie is determined to find answers.
Read more in Ink.