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

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: Imperfect Spiral by Debbie Levy

Tweet When a tragic accident takes the life of the 5-year-old she is babysitting, Danielle is pulled into issues beyond her control. Everyone seems to want the accident to be about something else—poor lighting on the road, lack of a … Continue reading

Book Review: The Lucy Variations by Sara Zarr

Tweet All her life sixteen-year-old Lucy has been told she has a gift, a special talent for the piano. Yet she no longer plays after walking off the stage at a competition the year before. Now her younger brother Gus … Continue reading

Book Review: The Truth About Letting Go by Leigh T. Moore

Tweet When Ashley’s dad dies after a months-long battle with cancer, she finds that thinking of him is too painful. To numb the pain she decides to change her life. Instead of church-going, rule-following, nice-girl Ashley, she becomes risk-taker, bad-girl … Continue reading

Book Review: This Is What Happy Looks Like by Jennifer E. Smith

Tweet What Graham believes is a simple email to his pet sitter is actually the beginning of a relationship with Ellie, who gets it by mistake. The teens live on opposite sides of the country, he’s in California she’s in … Continue reading

Book Review: Etiquette and Espionage by Gail Carriger

Tweet Sophronia has no desire to go to finishing school where she imagines she will have to learn to act like a lady instead of running around during the day following her curiosity. But her mother says she must go … Continue reading

Book Review: What Happens Next by Colleen Clayton

Tweet Sid feels like a freak among her fellow high school students. She’s tall, she has red hair that refuses to be tamed, and she’s got a large bust and a bubble butt that bring her attention she doesn’t want. … Continue reading

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