Book Review: Adaptation by Malinda Lo

Tweet Reese is on her way home from a debate competition with her teammate and teacher when a strange phenomenon occurs: bird strikes across North America bring several airplanes down and all air traffic is suspended. When they try to … Continue reading

Book Review: The Truth About Faking by Leigh Talbert Moore

Tweet When Harley starts to fake-date Jason as a way to get Trent to like her, she knows she’s got to keep her mind on what’s important: getting Trent as her boyfriend. After all, ever since he rescued her after … Continue reading

Book Review: The Domino Effect by Andrew Cotto

Tweet Danny Rorro is happy growing up in his mostly Italian neighborhood in Queens, where he is known as Domino, or little Dominick, after his dad. But the neighborhood is changing, and as much as Danny would like to believe … Continue reading

Book Review: Camp by Elaine Wolf

Tweet When Amy’s Uncle Ed buys Camp Takawanda for Girls in Maine, her dad signs her up for the eight-week summer program even though she doesn’t want to go. Amy’s mother, who is unemotional with Amy, is even harsher with … Continue reading

Book Review: The Unbearable Book Club for Unsinkable Girls by Julie Schumacher

Tweet Adrienne is sure her summer is going to be a disaster. Instead of spending it on a wilderness canoe trip in Canada with her best friend, she’s stuck at home in West New Hope, Delaware with a knee injury. … Continue reading

Book Review: Boy 21 by Matthew Quick

Tweet Finley goes into his senior year in high school knowing three things: he loves his girlfriend Erin, he plans to have a stellar year as point guard of his basketball team, and then, somehow, he will get out of … Continue reading

Book Review: Starters by Lissa Price

Tweet I always love to read author Christina Hamlett’s insightful reviews. Today she is stopping by  with her thoughts of the book Starters by Lissa Price. Title: Starters Author: Lissa Price Genre: YA Publisher: Delacorte Books (2012) Despite this dystopian … Continue reading

Book Review: Freshman Year and Other Unnatural Disasters by Meredith Zeitlin

Tweet As she heads into high school, Kelsey is determined to change the way people see her. It’s not that she doesn’t already have a lot going for her already—including great friends and pretty good looks—but she wants to kick … Continue reading

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