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Book Review: The Island of Thieves by Josh Lacey

A modern story based in tales of plundering pirates, majestic galleons, and legendary sea voyages, The Island of Thieves is a perfect book for the teen market. Read More »

Book Review: The Night Creatures: Burn Bright by Marianne de Pierre

Marianne de Pierres tells the story of Retra, a young woman who escapes to Ixion, the land of never-ending parties. Read More »

Book Review: The Space Between by Alexandra Sokoloff

Sokoloff has a gift of pulling readers immediately into her stories. Read More »

Book Review: Here Lies Bridget by Paige Harbison

A fine debut by Paige Harbison, Here Lies Bridget gives a brilliant insight into the mind of a self-obsessed bully Read More »

Book Review: We Were Here by Matt de la Pena

A terrible secret keeps a teen from forgiving himself in this powerful young adult novel. Read More »

Book Review: Intertwined by Gena Showalter

Yes, it is certainly another young adult, paranormal romance novel, but I was captivated. Read More »

Book Review: Outside In by Maria V Snyder

Rushed and lacking in detail, Maria V. Snyder's sequel to Inside Out is ultimately disappointing Read More »

Book Review: Everybody Jam by Ali Lewis

Set in the Australian outback in a time of drought and family strife, Everybody Jam is a stunning coming-of-age novel. Read More »

Interview: Christine Norris, Author of The Mirror of Yu-Huang

"It’d be a wild time, because Shakespeare would be the one with the lampshade on his head by the end of the night. Oh, c’mon, you know he would." Read More »

This “Old” Adult Prefers Young Adult Fiction

The best books of all are written for children. Read More »