“Believe something and the Universe is on its way to […]
Review: Cut Both Ways by Carrie Mesrobian
I was actually hoping to be the black sheep amongst […]
The Martian by Andy Weir
There isn’t anything inherently wrong with The Martian, but, look, […]
Review: Illuminae by Jay Kristoff and Amie Kaufman
If you are remotely involved with the online YA community, […]
Darken the Stars by Amy A. Bartol
Warning: spoilers. Absolutely no stars. I know a lot of […]
Review: Life and Death (Twilight Reimagined) by Stephenie Meyer
Disclaimer: I read to about 65%. Skim read to about […]
Review: Lightless by C.A. Higgins
You know how some books grab you by the emotions […]
Review: Dreamstrider by Lindsay Smith
“At last, I think I grasp the message of last […]
Review: Walk On Earth A Stranger by Rae Carson
Rae Carson has done it again. Walk On Earth A […]
Review: Falling Kingdoms by Morgan Rhodes
I should have known there’d be trouble in paradise when […]
Review: Tonight the Streets Are Ours by Leila Sales
Why doesn’t anyone love me as much as I love […]
Review: Little Robot by Ben Hatke
I really think I’m physically incapable of giving Ben Hatke’s […]
Review: The Raven Boys by Maggie Stiefvater
I’ll be brief. The problem with The Raven Boys was […]
Review: As Long As You Love Me by Ann Aguirre
I was struggling to come up with a review today […]
Review: Anne & Henry by Dawn Ius
It’s your favorite historic figures now with high school stereotypes and teenage wangst. Disappointing.
Review: The Paradox by Charlie Fletcher
So, remember awhile back when I read this book called […]
Review: Hello, Goodbye, and Everything in Between by Jennifer E. Smith
Clare and Aidan decide to wait until the last minute […]
Review: Slasher Girls & Monster Boys by Misc.
‘Slasher Girls & Monster Boys’ comes from April Genevieve Tucholke, who has brought together a roster of fourteen YA scribes (herself included) for the purpose of gathering us around the metaphorical campfire and telling us their best ghost stories. The result is about what you’d expect: an uneven but consistently entertaining trip through the joint imagination.
Review: Trouble Is a Friend of Mine by Stephanie Tromly
You know those books that are maybe not objectively the […]
Review: Emmy & Oliver by Robin Benway
Emmy and Oliver were inseparable…until his father kidnapped him ten […]
Review: Under Different Stars by Amy A. Bartol
Steph read Under Different Stars. She was disappointed.
Review: Zeroes by Scott Westerfeld, Margo Lanagan and Deborah Biancotti
I was really excited when I got this book in […]
Review: I can Lick 30 Tigers Today! by Dr. Seuss
Steph reviews Dr. Seuss’ I Can Lick 30 Tigers Today! and does a reading of the short story: The Glunk that got Thunk.
Review: Six Impossible Things by Fiona Wood
Dan Cereill has more problems than Jay Z. Between his […]
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