Book Review: Revolution by Jennifer Donnelly

Tweet Andi’s life fell apart after her younger brother died. Her parents divorced, her mother paints canvases with her brother’s face on them all day, and Andi feels Truman’s death was all her fault. The crushing weight of her depression … Continue reading

Book Review: The Darlings in Love by Melissa Kantor

Tweet In The Darlings Are Forever, Jane, Victoria and Natalya, who have been friends for years, were separated  for the first time in years when they left the school they attended until 8th grade and each went to different high … Continue reading

Book Review: Daughter of Smoke and Bone by Laini Taylor

Tweet Laini Taylor is a master at weaving tales that include creatures of all kinds, but her stories are solidly grounded in the human experience. Her characters want what many of us want: to know where we come from, to … Continue reading

Book Review: What If…Everyone Knew Your Name by Liz Ruckdeschel and Sara James

Tweet Here’s a guest review written by author Christina Hamlett Title: What If…Everyone Knew your Name Authors: Liz Ruckdeschel and Sara James Publisher: Delacorte Press, 2006 Reviewer: Christina Hamlett ( Liz Ruckdeschel and Sara James have come up with a … Continue reading

Book Review: Daughter of Xanadu by Dori Jones Yang

Tweet Emmajin chafes at the restrictions that would keep her from joining the army. Her grandfather is the Great Khan Khubilai, and she would like nothing more than to please him with her skills at archery. Instead of spending time … Continue reading

Book Review: Elsewhere by Gabrielle Zevin

Tweet I have to admit that one of my favorite parts of what I do with Mother Daughter Book Club. com is reading and reviewing books that may be interesting for clubs to choose. Still, I’m only one person with … Continue reading

Book Review: Where I Belong by Gwendolyn Heasley

Tweet Corrinne lives the perfect life in New York City. Her father makes a lot of money, she spends a lot of it, and she parties hard with her friends. But when the financial crisis tightens family finances, she and … Continue reading

Book Review: The Sweetest Thing by Christina Mandelski

Tweet There’s nothing more Sheridan Wells loves than decorating cakes. She’s got a talent for creating just what a cake needs to look perfect before it’s shuttled off to a party. Unfortunately, the rest of her life is not so … Continue reading

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