Gabi's Book Reviews

Making my way through the world's books, one language at a time.

Belle Révolte: A Princess and Pauper YA Fantasy

Belle Révolte by Linsey Miller follows Annette Boucher and Emilie des Marais, two very different girls from the kingdom of Demeine. Emilie is a girl of noble blood and, despite her protests, is sent to a prestigious boarding school to... Continue Reading →

Con Sabor Reading Challenge TBR

Some wonderful people announced the Con Sabor Reading Challenge yesterday! You can read the announcement post on Dani's blog here and watch Natalia's announcement video here. The challenge lasts all year with the goal of reading as many books by... Continue Reading →

Reverie: A YA Fantasy Where Daydreams Come to Life

Reverie by Ryan La Sala follows Kane Montgomery, a boy that nearly died and has no memory of the past few months. All he knows is that there was an explosion, the police are suspicious of him, and he may... Continue Reading →

Westwood Monster Patrol: A Latinx Monster Mystery Novella

Westwood Monster Patrol by Andrea Beatriz Arango follows five teens who live at the Westwood Trailer Park. One day, Talib finds a severed hand in the woods and the teens realize something strange is going on in Westwood. Bodies are... Continue Reading →

Brooklyn Brujas Author Q&A Recap Part 2

The Brooklyn Brujas series by Zoraida Córdova follows three bruja sisters as they discover just how powerful they are, often causing disasters that require a lot of help to fix. A group of young Latin American book lovers known as the Latinx... Continue Reading →

Brooklyn Brujas Author Q&A Recap Part 1

The Brooklyn Brujas series by Zoraida Córdova follows three magical sisters as they learn how to control their powers, as well sometimes saving their family and/or the world. A group of young Latin American book lovers known as the Latinx... Continue Reading →

The Tenth Girl: A Boarding School Thriller in Argentina

The Tenth Girl by Sara Faring takes place at a secluded boarding school in the Patagonian wilderness in Argentina. There are many discouraging rumors about this school and a curse, but Mavi has little choice. Her mother has been taken... Continue Reading →

Chilling Effect: A Thrilling Latinx Space Adventure

Chilling Effect by Valerie Valdes follows Captain Eva Innocente and the crew of La Sirena Negra. Eva is the type of captain that dives head first into trouble with little thought beforehand, which can be exhausting for the crew of... Continue Reading →

How to Be Remy Cameron: A Tender Look At Identity

How to Be Remy Cameron by Julian Winters follows Remy, a high schooler who thought he knew who he was until he's told to write an essay describing himself. When faced with this essay, Remy starts to realize that who... Continue Reading →

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