Saturday, May 26, 2012

Introducing: Zero by Tom Leveen

Sites that are all about books are awesome and this is a given. Goodreads and LibraryThing are two of my favorites book sites, but there is another one that I also love RandomBuzzers! This is a site ran by Random House and is devoted to all things young adult. You can join discussion groups and book clubs, participate in Q&As with authors, read reviews, and find out about some of the newest and coolest books out there. On top of all these amazing things you get to participate in activities and take reading quizzes. When doing this you get points and with these you can go to the RandomBuzzers store and get advanced reader copies and finished copies of books and cool swag that is even sometimes signed. That said, I wanted to share the new video for the book Zero by Tom Leveen currently featured on the site. It looks cool and I can't wait to read it (also I get a few points for sharing it:))!

This book came out April 24, 2012 and I can't wait to get my hands on a copy. She sounds like a troubled girl and I love it!

Description from Goodreads:

For aspiring artist Amanda Walsh, who only half-jokingly goes by the nickname Zero, the summer before college was supposed to be fun—plain and simple. Hanging out with her best friend Jenn, going to clubs, painting, and counting down the days until her escape. But when must-have scholarship money doesn't materialize, and she has a falling out with Jenn that can only be described as majorly awkward, and Zero's parents relationship goes from tense to relentless fighting, her prospects start looking as bleak and surreal as a painting by her idol Salvador Dali. Will life truly imitate art? Will her new, unexpected relationship with a punk skater boy who seems too good to be real and support from the unlikeliest of sources show Zero that she's so much more than a name.


  1. This book is really good. I loved it.

  2. I loved it too! It's a really good book. I hope you like it when you get a chance to read it.