Book Review: The Midnight Palace by Carlos Ruiz Zafon

Tweet Something evil tried to kill Ben the night he was born, although he knows nothing about it. All he knows is that he was raised in an orphanage, and as his 16th birthday approaches he has to decide what … Continue reading

Book Review: The Prince of Mist by Carlos Ruiz Zafon

Tweet Carlos Ruiz Zafon is the master of writing great tales with dark undertones, and The Prince of Mist hits the mark as a gothic tale for young adults. To escape the ravages of war in their country, Max’s family … Continue reading

Book Review: Ultimate Game by Christian Lehmann

Tweet Here’s a guest book review written by author Christina Hamlett Title: Ultimate Game Author: Christian Lehmann Published: 2000 (originally published in French in 1996) David R. Godine, Publisher I’m clearly not the target demographic for Christian Lehmann’s gripping YA … Continue reading

Book Review: Sparrow Road by Sheila O’Connor

Tweet Twelve-year-old Raine O’Rourke has no idea why her mother suddenly whisked them away from their home in Milwaukee to take a summer job in Michigan. Sparrow Road is a refuge for artists where they can pursue their craft without … Continue reading

Book Review: The Pink Locker Society: Best Kept Secret by Debra Moffitt

Tweet The Pink Locker Society is back up and running after being shut down in the first book of the series: Only Girls Allowed. In this book, Best Kept Secret, Jemma and her friends secretly continue to answer questions that … Continue reading

Book Review: Contagion by Joanne Dahme

Tweet For as long as she can remember, Rose has been promised to Patrick Dugan, a liaison forged between their two prominent Philadelphia Irish families. Once married to him she finds herself mistress of a grand home and a staff … Continue reading

Book Review: The Pink Locker Society by Debra Moffitt

Tweet Jemma is excited for her first day of eighth grade. This is the year she gets to be on the top of the heap, someone sixth and seventh graders look up to. But when she opens her locker the … Continue reading

Book Review: The Death of Silas Winterbottom by Stephen M. Giles

Tweet The Winterbottom family is not exactly what you’d call close. Cousins Adele, Isabella and Milo have never even met each other, and the elder Winterbottoms have either died or refuse to see each other. So it’s rather strange when … Continue reading

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