Book Review: Mostly Good Girls by Leila Sales

Tweet Violet has high expectations for her junior year at the exclusive all-girls school she attends in Boston. She’s always had to work hard for whatever she achieves, and she’s willing to put in as many hours as it takes … Continue reading

Book Review: Witch Dreams by Vivian Vande Velde

Tweet Here’s a guest review by author Christina Hamlett. Title: Witch Dreams Author: Vivian Vande Velde Publisher: Marshall Cavendish (2008) Genre: YA Fantasy Where do we really go when we dream? Do we revisit, re-examine and/or reinvent the past? Do … Continue reading

Book Review: Dark Parties by Sara Grant

Tweet Neva lives in a world where someone is always watching. The government built the Protectosphere she lives in to keep everyone safe, yet that same government also seems to make people disappear and never come back. As life inside … Continue reading

Book Review: The Shattering by Karen Healey

Tweet Keri can’t believe her brother would kill himself. She and Jake were very close, and she’s astounded that he could do something like that without her having a clue he was troubled. So when a former friend whose older … 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: Waiting for June by Joyce Sweeney

Tweet Here’s a guest book review form author Christina Hamlett: WAITING FOR JUNE Author: Joyce Sweeney Publisher: Marshall Cavendish (2006) Genre: YA When I was a high school freshman, there was a girl two years ahead of me who was … Continue reading

Book Review and Giveaway: Unforgettable by Loretta Ellsworth

Tweet Baxter remembers everything since he was three. Doctors say a fall from a swing rewired his brain, and now he remembers every detail of everything that has ever happened to him, particularly the events surrounding his court testimony that … Continue reading

Book Review: Doggirl by Robin Brande

Tweet Riley Case, aka Doggirl, has always been better at communicating with dogs than people, and she sees no reason to change that. All she wants to do is get through high school and go to college so she can … Continue reading

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