These Rebel Waves – Review

"To believe in what this island used to be, and what it could be again. A country of unity, of acceptance of its wonders, of hope." In this stunning new series, we meet three very different characters with seemingly nothing in common. Adeluna. The soldier. The politician's daughter. She wants nothing more than freedom from [...]

When Elephants Fly – Review

"Crazy is genetic. It's the house I was born inside. There are no windows, just two locked doors. One door leads to Normal, the other to Insanity. At some point, I will inherit a key, but I don't get to pick which door it unlocks." Life is anything but certain for High School Senior, T. [...]

Sorority – Review

"Pledges don't want pity. They just want to endure." Before I begin, this book has some serious triggers in it. Eating disorders, self-harm, drug use, abuse, and addition, animal cruelty, bullying, and I'm sure I missed a few. Basically, if it's upsetting and triggering, it's probably in the book. Sorority is a difficult book to [...]

#makeoutmarrymurdermonday

Oh, hello Monday. I didn't see you, lurking... Well, today's feature just sums up how I feel most Monday's. Like a zombie. I'm sure all the parents with children back in school AGREE! We're all a bit stabby and zombified today. And nothing says stabby more than fighting zombies! Or being a zombie. There's stabbing [...]

Hullmetal Girls – Review

** This review was originally posted on teenreads.com ** "Only the desperate volunteer to become Scela, signing away their bodies and their autonomy to the General Body's command." In her newest release, Emily Skrutskie launches us far into the future where humanity strives to find a habitable planet. A space opera filled with an amazingly [...]

The Wicked Deep – Review

"The knowing of what's coming, the death that creeps up over the town like fate clawing at the door of every shop and home. I can feel it in the air, in the spray of the sea, in the hollow spaces between raindrops. The sisters are coming." Two hundred years ago, the small town of [...]

Nine – Review

**This review was originally published at teenreads.com ** "This is what life should be like, he thought. Your heart beating, your skin tingling, your mind bright and alive as you run headlong toward a future. Towards answers. Not death, after death, after death..." In a clever twist on dystopian story telling, Zach Hines shows us [...]

Four Dead Queens – Review

"The four thrones, and their respective queens, sat in a circle around the dial. While the quadrants remained divided, the queens ruled from the same court. Together, yet apart." Keralie Corrington is a thief. And she's definitely a liar. Varin, on the other hand, is honest. He is an upstanding citizen from the most enlightened quadrant. [...]

Who Are You, Trudy Herman – Review

"Yet, if we trace back far enough, aren't we all related -- all deserving of equal justice?" Trudy Herman was a normal American girl when the War hit. Her parents came from Germany, but she was born and raised in America. She couldn't imagine her home turning against her. But, in 1943, Trudy and her [...]

Secrets Of Moldara – Review

"Circle The Moon and Cross The Tide, Beyond The Waterfalls, Protectors Hide, Leave The Last Secret At Their Door, And They Will Defend You Evermore." Adelaide "Lotty" Anderson grew up surrounded by stories. Her grandfather turned the woods around their house into magical places, where protectors defended the castle and fought to protect the lost [...]