Stephanie @ Inspiring Insomnia

Stephanie @ Inspiring Insomnia
YA Blogger. Lover of all things zombie. Reader of post-apocalyptic, paranormal, dystopia, fantasy, sci-fi. Eater of sour gummy worms. Avoider of sleep.
Stephanie @ Inspiring Insomnia
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devil you know

DEVIL YOU KNOW. Exhausted and rebellious after three years of working for her father and mothering her brother, eighteen-year-old Arcadia "Cadie" Wells joins two cousins who are camping their way through Florida, soon learning that one's a murderer.

4.5 stars for Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda

the Homo Sapiens Agenda by Becky Albertalli "Sixteen-year-old, not-so-openly-gay Simon Spier is blackmailed into playing wingman for his classmate or else his sexual identity--and that of his pen pal--will be revealed"

Imagine if, in real life, someone had the ability to look at any person (or even a photograph of that person) and instantly know the precise date when that person will die.  If that person’s amazing ability was made public, I imagine she would be snatched up by the CIA or NSA and forced to assist in all sorts of covert missions.  Now, THAT is a story I’d want to read.  Sadly, When was not that story.  It was actually...  Read more »

-Maddie has seen death dates on people's foreheads for as long as she can remember. It's an odd talent, but I'm not sure if that would be more of a blessing or a curse. Since Maddie doesn't know how the person will die, just the date.

Review: Conversion by Katherine Howe - Inspiring Insomnia

Pitting YA books against the classics of Western literature doesn't have to be an either-or proposition: Some pairs can illuminate each other in new and interesting ways.

Review: Since You've Been Gone by Morgan Matson - Inspiring Insomnia

Since You've Been Gone Paperback. New from Morgan Matson, the bestselling author of Second Chance Summer and Amy and Roger’s Epic Detour. Before Sloane, Emily didn’t go to parties, she barely talked to guys, and she didn’t do anything c.

Review: The Girl With All the Gifts by M.R. Carey - Inspiring Insomnia

Melanie is a very special girl. Dr Caldwell calls her 'our little genius'. Every morning, Melanie waits in her cell to be collected for clas.

Review: The Here and Now by Ann Brashares - Inspiring Insomnia

The Here and Now Author: Ann Brashares Published: April 2014 by Delacorte Press Summary: An unforgettable epic romantic thriller about a girl from the future who might be able to save the world… if she lets go of the one thing she’s found to hold on [.

Review: Complicit by Stephanie Kuehn - Inspiring Insomnia

Complicit by stephanie kuehn ~Two years ago, sixteen-year-old Jamie Henry breathed a sigh of relief when a judge sentenced his older sister to juvenile detention for b.

Review: The Immortal Crown by Richelle Mead - Inspiring Insomnia

Booktopia has The Immortal Crown, Age of X Series : Book 2 by Richelle Mead. Buy a discounted Paperback of The Immortal Crown online from Australia's leading online bookstore.


Cover image for Attachments by Rainbow Rowell. Quirky and charming, Attachments lacks the polish of Rowell’s more recent work, but has enough of Rowell’s signature wit and humour to satisfy fans.

Review: Dear Killer by Katherine Ewell - Inspiring Insomnia

Kit, a seventeen-year-old moral nihilist serial killer, chooses who to kill based on anonymous letters left in a secret mailbox, while simultaneously maintaining a close relationship with the young detective in charge of the murder cases.

Review and Giveaway: The Bees by Laline Paull - Inspiring Insomnia

Flora 717 is a sanitation worker, a member of the lowest caste in her orchard hive, where work and sacrifice are the highest virtues and worship of the beloved Queen the only religion. But Flora is not like other bees. With circumstances threateni.

Review: A Girl Called Fearless by Catherine Linka - Inspiring Insomnia

A Girl Called Fearless by Catherine Linka. After a synthetic hormone in beef kills fifty million American women, seventeen-year-old Avie struggles for a normal life in a world where teenage girls are a valuable commodity.

Review: After the End by Amy Plum - Inspiring Insomnia

After the End by Amy Plum - Searching for fellow survivors of World War III, a girl from a remote Alaskan village discovers that the war never actually happened and that she must now adapt to a strange and dangerous modern world.