This is a difficult review to write for me because I still haven't decided if I enjoyed the book or not.
Title: Go ask Alice Author: Anonymous Publisher: Simon Pulse Release date: 1971 Add it on Goodreads Synopsis: January 24th After you've had it, there isn't even life without drugs.... It started when she was served a soft drink laced with LSD in a dangerous party game. Within months, she was hooked, trapped in a downward spiral that took her from her comfortable home and loving family to the mean streets of an unforgiving city. It was a journey that would rob her of her innocence, her youth -- and ultimately her life.
The Sunday Street Team acts as a street team for authors who do not have one. Every month, new authors are chosen and bloggers join their team to help promote their book. For more information, visit Nori's blog!
Hello cupcakes! I was lucky to get a spot on the June Sunday Street Team which means that I have the lovely author of THE WAY TO GAME THE WALK OF SHAME, Jenn P. Nguyen, with me on the blog today for an interview!
When I First Saw You, or WIFSY for short, is a monthly meme here on Sailing Through Books that consists of sharing a first impressions of a book in the form of a synopsis, so basically judging a book by it's cover yes. Though I started this meme alone, I now have the lovely Izel, from A Bookish Flower, as my partner in crime.
How does it work?
Every month, a set of four (4) covers is chosen. The goal is to write a synopsis for the book that inspires you the most with the cover and title as your only guide. Then, you compare it to the real synopsis and laugh at how off you were or congratulate yourself on your amazing deduction skills!
WIFSY happens on the second Thursday of each month and there is a link-up in every post for you to share your made-up synopsis.
Did you know that a baby spideris called a spiderling? Hello cupcakes! I am back today with the 25th edition, but also the 1rst edition of the new version, of WIFSY! With this new and improved version, you get to pick one out of four covers! This week, the choices were:
I'm the eighteen years old Canadian book blogger behind this little blog. I write honest reviews about YA books and your occasional adult fiction, and I like to share my love of reading through discussion posts and more!
Have a lovely day! -Sophie