Book Review: Asylum by Madeleine Roux

Asylum Dan and his new friends at a summer program in a rehabbed asylum find out quickly that their studies won’t be as scary as the former patients or as difficult as just surviving among the secrets of Brookline. Favorites: […]

Book Review: The Twice Lost by Sarah Porter

The Twice Lost After Luce finds evidence of humans’ true cruelty, she seeks to save those who are left. In her sorrow and isolation, she rises to the role that the world requires of her. How can she remain true […]

Book Review: An Ember in Ashes by Sabaa Tahir

An Ember in Ashes Laia suffers great loss when empire soldiers storm her home. She puts her faith in the rebels but becomes wary while on her mission as a rebel spy at Blackcliff Academy. Who can she trust to […]

Book Review: Girls with Rebel Souls by Suzanne Young

Girls with Rebel Souls The girls’ continue to investigate the corporation and fight to hold to their morals in the dangerous world around them. Favorites: I love the layers of antagonists from the investors to Leandra to LennonRose. The villains […]

Book Review: Girls with Razor Hearts by Suzanne Young

Girls with Razor Hearts Mina and the girls strike out on their own to take down the school that made them and discover that it’s just a symptom of a much larger, more dangerous problem. Favorites: The characters’ relationships with […]

Book Review: Rebel by Marie Lu

Rebel Eden and Daniel Wing have acclimated to high society in Antarctica as best they can. Just as Eden prepares for an internship in the Republic, he is offered an opportunity and given a terrible choice. Will the two brothers […]

Book Review: Champion by Marie Lu

Champion After years of unspeakable tyranny and incredible military power, the Republic of America is changing. June and Day must navigate this transforming landscape through war, life-threatening illness, and tragic romance. Favorites: The human element and action were well-balanced. Lu […]

Book Review: Prodigy by Marie Lu

Prodigy Two prodigies from the upper and lower classes of the Republic, on opposite sides of a war, escape one regime for another and must fight to find what is right in the corruption in which they’ve always lived. Favorites: […]

Book Review: Legend by Marie Lu

Legend Two teens on opposite sides of a new American war find solace in each as terrible truths about their world are revealed. Favorites: Lu crafted the Republic dystopia perfectly. It was chilling how possible the system was. The characters’ […]