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

Book Review: The Space Between Trees by Katie Williams

Tweet Evie spends a lot of her time alone, and for the most part she likes it that way. She’s worlds apart from her mother, who seems obsessed with looking perfect all the time. At lunch in school she sits … Continue reading

Book Review: Tombstone Tea by Joanne Dahme

Tweet Jessie is acting on a dare when she shows up at the Laurel Hill Cemetery one night. Her instructions are to spend a whole night while wandering the cemetery and collecting rubbings from the gravestones of 10 residents. Desperate … Continue reading

Book Review: Beautiful Dead, Book 1—Jonas by Eden Maguire

Tweet Darina can hardly believe her eyes when she stumbles upon a gathering in an old barn near an abandoned home way out of town. Drawn to the area because of tales around town of strange sightings there, she is … Continue reading

Book Review: The Adoration of Jenna Fox by Mary E. Pearson

Tweet After our mother-daughter book club discussed The Adoration of Jenna Fox by Mary E. Pearson, one of the girls wrote this review. The Adoration of Jenna Fox is an interesting book with a plot that makes you want to … Continue reading

Book Review: I Am the Messenger by Markus Zusak

Tweet Ed Kennedy is only nineteen years old, but already he feels his life is going nowhere. He drives a cab, shares a run-down apartment with his coffee-drinking dog, the Doorman, and his social life consists of playing cards with … Continue reading

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