Sometimes I Lie by Alice Feeney

Feels like: a litmus test for psychopathy. Sounds like: “Beyond Amends” by Gus Dapperton Listen Here / 2018 HELLO YELLOW REVIEWS Playlist “People are not mirrors-they don’t see you how you see yourself.” Amber Reynolds is many things. She’s a wife to a man who seems distant and cold. She’s a sister to a woman who […]

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I Hate Myselfie by Shane Dawson

  Feels like: Getting to know that popular kid at school Shane Dawson is YouTube famous for his crazy, out of control videos and wild ideas. From conspiracy theories to waffle ironing a Barbie doll just because, Shane Dawson is anything but bad content and horrible ideas. Well, maybe not that last one. Shane, your […]

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My Year Of Rest and Relaxation by Otessa Moshfegh

Feels like: unbridled apathy meets Prozac Nation. Sounds like: “A Plague On Other Boys” by Belle and Sebastian  Listen Here / 2018 HELLO YELLOW REVIEWS Playlist Someone standing in line with Otessa Moshfegh at a Starbucks must have said aloud “I’m not sure there’s a novel that sufficiently embraces apathy brought about by woeful depression,” and […]

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Saving Ben by Ashley Farley

Feels Like: Regina George finally lost her mind completely and went total Swim Fan. Sounds Like: You Found Me – The Fray/ I’ll Be – Edwin McCain Let me begin this review by stating that I read this in a weekend and was thoroughly shocked by how the writing transitioned throughout the book. The dialogue […]

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Red Clocks by Leni Zumas

Feels like: The Handmaid’s Tale, lite. Sounds like: “Raw” by Singrid Listen Here / 2018 HELLO YELLOW REVIEWS Playlist This is the kind of book that speaks better for itself than any review I could possibly give it. Red Clocks by the undeniably talented Leni Zumas is told in the echo of women’s struggles over the ownership of our […]

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