The Edumacation Of Jay Baker Jay Clark Book Review

The Edumacation Of Jay Baker by Jay Clark is a young adult contemporary novel about a boy whose parents are divorcing and the effects of the divorce on him. Jay is  an average freshman boy for the most part, he’s got a huge crush on his best friend Cameo Parnell, is running for student government […]

If you have Magic The Gathering players in your life, you already know these characters

Samhain Corvus Lacroix, 19, college dropout, is a fry cook at a fast food joint in Seattle working with his best friend Ramon, cute brook and naive Frank in Lish McBride’s debut Hold Me Closer, Necromancer.

Nerds Heart YA: You got blood on yo’ face You big disgrace: Five Flavors Of Dumb vs. Toads And Diamonds

Nerds Heart YA bracket. Which will move on? Five Flavors Of Dumb by Antony John or Toads And Diamonds by Heather Tomlinson. Click to find out.

Review: The Reapers Are The Angels by Alden Bell

It seems that paranormal/horror is becoming so incredibly popular, that even the literati are getting in on it. First, there was The Passage, a literary tale of vampires and the downfall of society. Now, there is The Reapers Are The Angels by Alden Bell, a much more formal take on zombies, than the urban fantasy […]

Review of The Karma Club by Jessica Brody

When you mess with karma, karma will mess with you. The Karma Club by Jessica Brodyexplores the eastern philosophy of karma in a contemporary setting. Madison Kasparkova has been fairly lucky. She’s got good friends and an almost-perfect boyfriend. Things are definitely going her way, until one day her boyfriend burns her by cheating on […]

Review of Picture The Dead by Adele Griffin and Lisa Brown

Picture The Dead completely absorbed me and I did not want to set it dow