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Book Review: The Crossing by Mandy Hager

Showcases the strengths and weaknesses of humanity, and the will to survive. Read More »

Book Review: The Namesake by Steven Parlato

Steven Parlato's The Namesake is a dark exploration of death and the dangers of a life lived. Read More »

Book Review: Scarlette by Davonna Juroe

Davonna Juroe adapts the story of Red Riding Hood and adds a dark and dangerous touch to the children's classic. Read More »

Book Review: Exposure by Kim Askew and Amy Helmes

Exposure explores the darkness of Macbeth, but with a lighter twist. Read More »

Book Review: Tempestuous by Kim Askew and Amy Helmes

Tempestuous is a young adult comedy that gives a modern and quirky twist to Shakespeare's classic play, The Tempest. Read More »

Book Review: Louder Than Words by Laurie Plissner

Laurie Plissner's characters, intriguing mystery, and saucy romance are addicting and unputdownable. Read More »

Book Review: The Girl in the Wall by Daphne Benedis-Grab

Daphne Benedis-Grab’s The Girl in the Wall is a unique exploration of friendship in an unlikely situation. Read More »

Book Review: Dinner With a Vampire by Abigail Gibbs

Abigail Gibbs's Dinner With a Vampire is an addicting and sexy vampiric debut for the young adult audience. Read More »

Book Review: The Lazarus Machine: A Tweed and Nightingale Adventure by Paul Crilley

A smoggy London and deadly mystery await you within the pages of Paul Crilley's The Lazarus Machine. Read More »

Book Review: Talking Pictures: Images and Messages Rescued From the Past by Ransom Riggs

Ransom Riggs's Talking Pictures, offers an eye-opening and curious view into history through photography. Read More »