Review: Jane by April Lindner

Are you looking for a modern take on a classic tale minus zombies or vampires? Friend, I think Jane by April Lindner is the book for you.

Review: The Mockingbirds by Daisy Whitney + Giveaway

The premise of The Mockingbirds by Daisy Whitney is that Alex is a student at posh Themis Academy. At Themis, students do not face repercussions for engaging in bad deeds. Instead, by virtue of being a student at Themis, the students are simply trusted to be honorable. However, the reality is that not everyone is […]

Review: Beautiful Darkness by Kami Garcia and Margaret Stohl

Minor spoilers for Beautiful Creatures Alert In Gatlin County, things are not always what they seem, as we discovered in Beautiful Creatures. In Beautiful Darkness by Kami Garcia and Margaret Stohl, Ethan is dealing with the fallout of Lena’s sixteenth birthday. Lena has become distant, faced with having to claim herself for light or dark […]

The Absolutely True Diary of A Part Time Indian by Sherman Alexie | Book Review

Y’all, I read banned books. The Absolutely True Diary of A Part Time Indian by Sherman Alexieis a beautifully written book about a teenage boy named Arnold ‘Junior’ Spirit, who leaves his Indian reservation school to receive an education at the white school. We see Junior face problems many of his real life contemporaries face, […]

Review of Feed by Mira Grant

Bloggers are awesome. We devote hours upon hours to building a community, sharing information, and generating content. InFeed by Mira Grant, bloggers play a huge role in the zombie uprising. They report on the best way to kill a zombie, what works and what does not. They report the news sans the bullshit. We open […]

Review of The DUFF by Kody Keplinger

The premise of The Duff by Kody Keplinger is that Bianca is the DUFF of her circle of friends according to Wesley, this guy she meets in a teen club. DUFF meaning designated ugly fat friend. Interwoven throughout the novel are issues Bianca must deal with such as self-esteem, weight, alcoholism, and expression of sexuality. […]