Chelsey Reviews

Leigh’s Wondy Wins: A Wonder Woman: Warbringer Review

With the rousing success of Wonder Woman the movie, featuring a female super hero by a female director, you have to wonder if the YA version of her origin story would measure up. I have never trusted ...

7.8 Good

All Romance No Fantasy: Of Fire and Stars

A Princess in a political marriage to a Prince falls in love with someone else, except that that someone else is the Prince’s sister. Lesbian princesses are a novelty in the teen fiction world, ...

4.4 Poor

Bedlam Vol. 1 Review

One of the hottest new series of the year gets its first, new reader friendly-priced collection! Fillmore Press was once Madder Red, a homicidal maniac and criminal overlord who ruled the city of Bedl...

7.5 Good

The Hundred Lies of Lizzie Lovett

It's not hard to relate to Hawthorn's isolation, humor and obsession with Lizzie Lovett's disappearance. The book is strange, unforgettable and unpredictable as it reminds you of exactly what it's lik...

The Hundred Lies of Hawthrone Creely

The Hundred Lies of Lizzie Lovett by Chelsea Sedoti is a bizarre little book. It feels like it should be magic realism but somehow manages to stay on this side of slice of life. And how often you find...

7.4 Good

Dystopic Mashup: The Forgetting Review

The Forgetting is one of those books that seems like a mashup of like 5 different things. Divergent, The Giver, Alive, The Purge. The Forgetting takes place in the city of Cannan. A self-sufficient ci...

5.6 Average
a torch against the night by sabaa tahir

Oh Look, Book 2: A Torch Against the Night Review

A Torch Against the Night begins right where An Ember in the Ashes left off. Elias and Lia are running from Blackcliff soldiers through the catacombs. They are trying to escape the city and make their...

5.4 Average

Monstress vol 1: Awakening

This is one comic you don't want miss. Stunning art, an intriguing plot and fascinating plot all combine into one addicting series about the monsters within.

Jane Austen in Space: Arabella of Mars Review

Every once in a while you just want a change. Something new and different and then someone comes along and combines two things that were perfectly ordinary and they become extra-ordinary. Chicken and ...

6.6 Fair

Kill the Boy Band: Black Comedy?

I’m pretty sure I can count the amount of YA black comedies I’ve read on one hand. And this one, my God is it relevant to the entire internet. All of it. And the culture in general. Kill the Boy Band ...

by Carrie Ryan

Daughter of Deep Silence

Daughter of Deep Silence grabs you from page 1. Frances' revenge for mass murder on Persephone keeps you entertained but if you're more interested in romance, then this book won't disappoint.

The Scorpion Rules

The Children of Peace system is what will get you into reading The Scorpion Rules and Talis is what you'll stay for. He is quotable, quirky and does not get near enough face-time. I expect that will b...

The Greatest Zombie Movie Ever

The premise of the The Greatest Zombie Movie Ever is not new and it brings nothing original. Jokes fall flat, characters are boring, and a lot of the "problems" are nonsensical. This book is almost as...

Glass Sword

Glass Sword delivers a sequel that in now way lives up to it's predecessor. Between a lack of character development and a petulant heroine there is very little to hold our interest in this novel.

Life and Death

Confession time. I haven’t managed to make myself read the last 25% of Life and Death. I fully intend to one day when I am bored as hell and trapped on a subway with nothing else loaded on my iP...

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