Book Review: Neverwhere by Neil Gaiman

Tweet Richard is not the kind of guy to make waves. He lives a normal life in London with a fiancée who tells him what to do and a good-enough job where he performs well even if he doesn’t distinguish … Continue reading

Book Review: Eleanor & Park by Rainbow Rowell

Tweet If it weren’t for the school bus, Eleanor and Park would have never gotten to know each other. But Eleanor was new and looking for a seat, and Park was the only one who moved over to give her … Continue reading

Book Review: If You Find Me by Emily Murdoch

Tweet The day Carey’s dad shows up at her broken down camper in the woods with a worker from child protective services she knows her life is about to change, but she doesn’t know how much. Her meth-addicted mom has … Continue reading

Book Review: Delilah Dirk and the Turkish Lieutenant by Tony Cliff

Tweet Selim is a lieutenant in the sultan’s army in early 1800s Constantinople. He lives a quiet, simple life until the day Delilah Dirk shows up in the sultan’s dungeon. While questioning her he discovers she claims to be a … Continue reading

Book Review: Death, Dickinson and the Demented Life of Frenchie Garcia by Jenny Torres Sanchez

Tweet Frenchie lives down the street from the local cemetery, so she’s well aware of the impermanence of life. But lately it’s been getting her down more that usual and only Frenchie knows why. No one knows she was with … Continue reading

Book Review: Truth or Dare by Jacqueline Green

Tweet Tenley, Caitlin and Sydney are three high school girls from Echo Bay with something to hide. But when each starts receiving mysterious notes that ask them to take dares or risk their secrets being exposed, they don’t know who … Continue reading

Book Review: Half Lives by Sara Grant

Tweet In the before time the worst thing Icie had to worry about was her ex-boyfriend posting their breakup on Facebook. But when her parents put her on a plane with $10,000, a backpack of survival gear, the key to … Continue reading

Book Review: Beautiful Decay by Sylvia Lewis

Tweet Everything Ellie touches turns to mold and begins to rot. Even her own mother is afraid of her. At school she’s a freak and other kids avoid her like the plague until the day Nate shows up. From Nate … Continue reading

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