A List of Cages

Title: A List of Cages Author: Robin Roe On Sale: Now Review by: Addison  A List of Cages is one of the most powerful books that I’ve read. I’m not a very “I cry when I read sad books” kind of person, but A List of Cages actually brought me to tears.       Adam Blake is … Continue reading

Wintersong

Wintersong by S. Jae Jones Review by Sofia On Sale Now   Be careful what you wish for. In the Underground where the Goblin King lives, wishes have power. Liesl, a plain, unremarkable girl, grew up playing with the Goblin King in the Goblin Grove just outside of her family’s inn. Gifted with musical talent … Continue reading

Ever the Hunted

Title: Ever the Hunted Author: Erin Summerill Release Date:  On Sale Now Reviewed by: Katie   Britta Flannery has just lost her father, and her best friend, Cohen, is gone. With only her tracking skills, taught to her by her father, Britta must learn to survive on her own. And she does until she gets … Continue reading

Scythe

Title: Scythe Author: Neal Schusterman Review by: Evelyn On Sale Now Citra and Roman don’t want to kill. Which makes them the perfect people for the job. In a society set during a Utopian future where all disease has been eradicated and humans live forever, there are Scythes. Scythes kill, and Scythes must kill, as … Continue reading

A Torch Against the Night

Title: A Torch Against the Night By: Sabba Tahir Review by: Maddy On Sale Now A Torch Against the Night should have been named A Torch Against My Heart, because after reading this book all that was left of it was was a pile of ashes. If you can get through this book without shedding … Continue reading

The You I’ve Never Known

Title: The You I’ve Never Known  Author: Ellen Hopkins Review by: Haley On Sale: Now Two girls, one secret, and the loss of a lifetime…. Meet Ariel: she’s seventeen, a daddy’s girl, and is always on the go.  It’s been a lifetime of new apartments, new schools, new friends and faces and plans…. now all … Continue reading

Letters to the Lost

Title: Letters to the Lost By: Brigid Kemmerer Review By: Aurora Available: Now   This story is life. Straight forward, no sugar coating. It taps into what it means to grieve, to regret, to live. That is what I love about Letters to the Lost. This story is all about finding someone who shares the … Continue reading

A Study in Charlotte

Title: A Study in Charlotte Author: Brittany Cavallaro Available: Now Reviewed By: Sofia Charlotte Holmes and James Watson are the great-great-great-grandchildren of the famous duo; Sherlock and Dr. Watson. In this first installment of their adventure together, Charlotte and James attend a boarding school in Connecticut. After the murder of a chauvinist jock, the pair … Continue reading

Tropes in YA

Written by: Maddy   As with every media, YA is not without its faults. And often YA is full of unnecessary tropes that as a reader, I am simply tired of seeing repeated time and time again. Some of the most over- used outdated ones are: The “my parents are divorced and it’s the worst … Continue reading

Review: Replica by Lauren Oliver

Replica by Lauren Oliver Available in the store and online now Reviewed by: Sofia Gemma is a relatively normal teenager with one friend, a heart surgery under her belt, and a mean nickname; Frankenstein. All her life, Gemma has felt out of place. Bullied, discouraged, and abandoned during spring break, Gemma sets out to solve the … Continue reading

Review: Furthermore by Tahereh Mafi

  Furthermore, by Tahereh Mafi, is available now in the store and online. Reviewed by: Haley Far, far, away, in the magical, vibrant land of Ferenwood, lives a young, rather colorless girl named Alice who has lost her father—her father, who is said to have left one day with nothing but a dusty ruler in hand.  Her … Continue reading