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: Blood and Salt by Kim Ligget

Blood and Salt Favorites: The worldbuilding and magic system are really cool! It was well written with an appropriate balance of description and action. Least Favorites: The twist was a bit predictable because I guessed it. I’m not a fan […]

Book Review: Clown in a Cornfield by Adam Cesare

Clown in a Cornfield Favorites I appreciated the pacing and suspense present right from the beginning. There is so much mystery, and Cesare creates a vivid picture that adds to the horror. The action and fights are well choreographed and […]

Book Review: Shutter by Courtney Alameda

Shutter A teenaged student at an academy for monster hunters battles a new kind of monster to survive while she challenges beliefs about herself, her past, and a forbidden romance. Favorites: The lore is captivating and woven into the plot […]