THE GLITTERING COURT: A Different Type Of Read

THE GLITTERING COURT: A Different Type Of Read

Title: The Glittering Court Author: RichelleMead Release Date: 4/5/2016 Reviewed by: Mia Richelle Mead’s new book The Glittering Court is the story of a headstrong and resourceful girl, who runs away from her privileged life, changes her identity, and joins the Glittering Court. Only one person knows her true identity and “Adelaide” wants to keep … Continue reading

RETHINKING NORMAL: A Memoir In Transition

RETHINKING NORMAL: A Memoir In Transition

Title: Rethinking Normal  Author: Katie Rain Hill Release Date: 9/29/2015 Reviewed by: Emily Rethinking Normal is an incredibly emotionally-charged memoir. Katie’s to-the-point writing style is deeply personal, as if the reader is a close friend to whom she is telling her story. About two years ago, I came across the staged photo-shoot with Arin, which … Continue reading

SIX OF CROWS: Blew Me Away!

SIX OF CROWS: Blew Me Away!

Title: Six of Crows  Author: Leigh Bardugo Release Date: 9/29/2015 Reviewed by: Maddy The author of the Grisha trilogy, Leigh bardugo has once again blown me away with Six of Crows. Taking place in the same magical world as the Grisha trilogy, this story follows Kaz Brekker, an infamous criminal leader.  When Kaz is tasked … Continue reading

THE DARKEST CORNER: Horrifyingly Twisted

THE DARKEST CORNER: Horrifyingly Twisted

Title: The Darkest Corner Author: KaraThomas Release Date: 4/19/2016 Reviewed by: Emily The Darkest Corners was so creepy and horrifying that I couldn’t help but stay up until I finished it- and then I stayed awake because it’s impossible to sleep after a story like that. I could never have guessed how twisted everything really … Continue reading

BECAUSE YOU’LL NEVER MEET ME: Is Simply A Stunning Story

BECAUSE YOU’LL NEVER MEET ME: Is Simply A Stunning Story

  Title: Because You’ll Never Meet Me Author: Leah Thomas Release Date: 6/2/2015 Reviewed by: Aurora   I don’t think I’ve read something even close to this before. Yes, the characters deal with bullying, loneliness, and other more pressing issues, but it didn’t have the same feel as most. These problems weren’t surface level and easily fixable. … Continue reading