A little late this week due to the internet being a bit rude. But the fun is back baby!
Sophie Kazzi is in Year 12 at an all-Lebanese, all-Catholic school where she is invisible, uncool and bored out of her brain. Surrounded by Lebanese friends, Lebanese neighbours and Lebanese shops, she knows there’s more to life than Samboosik and Baklawa, and she desperately wants to find it, documenting her hates in a journal that … More Chatty Tuesday: Hate Is Such A Strong Word by Sarah Ayoub
As previously discussed, I love me some YA fiction. But when does YA fiction become just…fiction. How old does our protagonist have to be before the book is not lumped into the Young Adult category? A category that is often mistakenly labelled with a big red shame sticker if you’re over the age of about … More Chatty Tuesday: Summer Skin by Kirsty Eagar