Book Review: Going Over by Beth Kephart

Tweet Before the Berlin wall came down, people in East Berlin were separated from family and friends in West Berlin. Although visits were allowed, moving from East to West was nearly impossible. Under those circumstance, many attempted to escape; some … Continue reading

Book Review: Maybe One Day by Melissa Kantor

Tweet Zoe has been best friends with Olivia since elementary school, spending long hours dancing ballet in an elite program and hanging out together. But when the ballet program cuts them because they’re not quite good enough, they suddenly find … Continue reading

Book Giveaway & Interview with Len Vlahos, Author of The Scar Boys

Tweet Yesterday I featured a review of The Scar Boys by Len Vlahos. Today, I’m featuring an interview and a book giveaway as part of Vlahos’s blog tour. If you’d like to win a copy of The Scar Boys (U.S. … Continue reading

Book Review: Godless by Pete Hautman

Tweet If Henry Stagg would not have hit him, Jason Bock would not have been lying on his back staring up at his town’s water tower. And if he would not have looked up at the water tower, he may … Continue reading

Book Review: Blank Confession by Pete Hautman

Tweet Teenager Shayne Blank walks into the local police station with a confession: he has killed someone. Detective Rawls is skeptical, but agrees to take his statement. The story unfolds through chapters that tell what Rawls hears, and others told … Continue reading

Book Review: The Princess in the Opal Mask by Jenny Lundquist

Tweet Abandoned as an infant, Elara has been raised in the countryside by the Ogden family, who has tolerated and used her as a servant in exchange for the money they receive from the Royal Orphanage for her upkeep. When … 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: Coda by Emma Trevayne

Tweet In a future world, after a war that disrupted civilization as we know it, New York City recreated itself in a way to make sure it’s citizens would never rebel against the establishment. In this world music is a … Continue reading

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