A Psalm For Lost Girls – Review

*** This review was originally published at Teenreads.com, click HERE to view*** In her debut novel, A PSALM FOR LOST GIRLS, Katie Bayerl presents a profound coming of age story wrapped within a thriller. Themes of loss, love, sisterhood and faith are saturated throughout the pages. The added layers of suspense and mystery give this [...]

The Hate U Give – Review

"When I was twelve, my parents had two talks with me. One was the usual birds and bees. The other talk was about what to do if a cop stopped me." The Hate U Give has been at the top of the New York Times Bestselling list for an impressive 51 weeks. Once you open [...]

The Evaporation of Sofi Snow – Review

"How quickly humans could turn on each other when fed suspicion. Like smoke tossed out as solid evidence, whispered into the frightened ears of those needing someone to blame in order to feel safe again." Sofi Snow is a gamer. Working as part of a team of gamers to help her Corporation fight for blood [...]

Ready Player One – Review

"Going outside is highly overrated." Virtual Reality has been the stuff of science fiction for a long time. Simulated worlds, offering everything that real life simply can't. And as a society that is closer to achieving the immersion into these worlds than ever before, I think the idea of exploring these virtual worlds is more [...]

Gridley Girls – Review

"Once upon a time there was a diary." Gridley Girls is a debut novel that reads part memoir, part fiction. The story is based on true events. Even though we get a look at a few aspects of the truth, we don't know all of the truth versus the fiction. And because it's based on [...]

Rise of The Dawnstar – SNEAK PEAK

I am so excited to be able to share with you an excerpt from the second book in this series! THIS IS A SEQUEL, so this excerpt might contain spoilers!!!!! Be sure to check out the rest of this tour, by clicking the links below! AND THERE'S A GIVEAWAY!!! The Rise of the Dawnstar  by [...]

We All Fall Down – Review

"I stay in the car because I'm not welcome at the door." From the very first sentence we see the tension built into the backstory of this YA thriller. Theo and Paige have been friends forever. Paige battles anxiety and Theo battles ODD, ADHD and a number of other disorders. Together they can face anything. [...]

Ultimate Sacrifice – Review

"Blood is the first thing I see, covering the front of his white V-neck tee and down across his yellow swim trunks." As we open the book, we meet Vickie, enjoying the quiet of her family home in rural Tennessee. Quiet and peaceful until she hears her twin brother, Travis, screaming for help and emerging [...]

Wonder Woman: Warbringer – Review

"We can't help the way we're born. We can't help what we are, only what life we choose to make for ourselves." Excuse me while I fangirl over here! Okay, in all seriousness. I was very nervous to read Warbringer. Don't get me wrong, I was beyond excited that Leigh Bardugo was writing this adaptation. [...]

No Plain Rebel – Review

"I only recently discovered that what we have here is no more peace than death. Silence is not peace." No Plain Rebel picks up right where No Ordinary Star left off. Felix and Astra in the cabin at the North Pole, trying to unravel the mystery the Clockmaster left in their hands. We get more [...]