looking for summaries and finding nothing as comprehensive as I needed, I took the plunge. The great thing is that it worked out wonderfully. The author did a great job of quickly summing up the first book and continuing the story. Sometimes I feel like authors can go a little overboard with the recaps, but James Frey found a great balance where he reminded the reader of the essential events and left out everything else.
year. However, reading The Freshman Survival Guide was more enlightening than I ever could have dreamed. As I read through each chapter, it slowly became a big sibling in my life. It talked about everything from professors to parties and didn’t ever hold back about the realities of being a college student.
think the execution was where it could have been. It could be that this book is meant for a younger YA audience than what I'm used to, but this one was not for me.
on my TBR in Libby (which is about 20 #shame), this was the only one available for instant checkout. Score. As you can imagine, I went into this book with no expectations whatsoever, and I was pleasantly surprised by how much I enjoyed this story. Summertime is not the typical time for me to pick up a fantasy such as this one, but the medieval-inspired world mirrored my trip to Europe perfectly. I got to see a bunch of beautiful castles and historical buildings during the day, and then I got to read about people who lived there in the evening.
Ashton is a high school girl with a passion for books. She also participates in other activities such as sports and musical groups.