• Book Reviews

    Emergency Contact by Mary H.K. Choi

    Decoding young adults is not so mystifying, if you just text it in. Song Pairing: “All of the Things (feat. Hyara)” by Sergioisdead  Listen Here / 2018 HELLO YELLOW REVIEWS Playlist I like to read a little harder between the lines…

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    Sociable by Rebecca Harrington

    A Millennial Manifesto for a struggling generation Song Pairing: “Everest” by Klangstof Listen Here / 2018 HELLO YELLOW REVIEWS Playlist Sociable is by far one of the most miserable mirrors to society I’ve read in a while; I enjoyed it immensely. It…

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    The Mermaid by Christina Henry

    Saccharine and simple, The Mermaid is a lovely summer read. Song Pairing: “Bullet” by Ann Marr Listen Here / 2018 HELLO YELLOW REVIEWS Playlist We all know this fairly predictable mermaid myth. A sea maiden is caught by a sailor, falls in…

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    Rupi Kaur

    Rupi Kaur. You’ve heard of her. You’ve seen her poetry on Tumblr, Instagram and so many more platforms in artsy movements. Rupi Kaur is the “Queen of Instapoets.” Without knowing a lot about her I was skeptical of the idea…

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    Vox by Christina Dalcher

    Vox is another in a long line of feminist think-pieces documenting the subtle rise of a dystopian patriarchy. Song Pairing: “A Vision That’s Changed” by Malena Zavala Listen Here / 2018 HELLO YELLOW REVIEWS Playlist SYNOPSIS Dr. Jean is a celebrated linguistic…

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    The Way I Used To Be by Amber Smith

    Please note that this book has a trigger warning for anyone sensitive to rape, incest, abuse, substance abuse, and violence. In the tradition of Speak, this extraordinary debut novel shares the unforgettable story of a young woman as she struggles…

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    Thornhill by Pam Smy

    Feels Like: Stephen King’s Carrie character was sent to boarding school and is still getting bullied. Step into the world, past and present, of Thornhill Institute. Told in letters from an orphan, Mary, living at Thornhill in the 80’s and…