Title: Love and Other Alien Experiences
Author: Kerry Winfrey
Genre: Young Adult, Contemporary
Publisher: Feiwel & Friends
Published: July 11th, 2017
Format: e-ARC via Netgalley
Rating: 5 stars
I’m never going outside again.
Mallory hasn’t left the house in sixty-seven days–since the day her dad left. She attends her classes via webcam, rarely leaves her room (much to her brother’s chagrin), and spends most of her time watching The X-Files or chatting with the always obnoxious BeamMeUp on New Mexico’s premier alien message board.
But when she’s shockingly nominated for homecoming queen, her life takes a surprising turn. She slowly begins to open up to the world outside. And maybe if she can get her popular jock neighbor Brad Kirkpatrick to be her homecoming date, her classmates will stop calling her a freak.
In this heartwarming and humorous debut, Mallory discovers first love and the true meaning of home–just by taking one small step outside her house.
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I’m not going to say that this reading year sucked, because it didn’t. I read some great things – in fact, I even found my new favorite book/trilogy! Yay!
But, if I had to describe my year in books in one word, it would be… mediocre.
My multi-month reading slump made it difficult to keep a steady rhythm of reading. The whole pick up a new book, devour it, then pick up the next one. Rinse and repeat. That was last year’s reading. This year, not so much.
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Not gonna lie, reading a book that everybody is in love with is great. It’s easy to jump into a discussion, awesome to hear that other people share your feels, and it just makes you feel included. BUT! Never underestimate the power of a not-so-popular novel! (Even though I most definitely do sometimes.) Here are seven reasons why I love underrated reads:
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