Book Review: Mister Impossible by Maggie Stiefvater

Mister Impossible Two dreamers seek to save themselves and their kind in the face of their own deadly powers and those who hung them because of their dreams. Favorites: Just as with book 1, the world building, character development, and […]

Book Review: A Torch Against the Night by Sabaa Tahir

A Torch Against the Night When a teenage girl escapes enslavement at an egregious warrior academy, she partners with a warrior who himself is in danger from the corruption within. Monsters, human and inhuman, haunt them, threaten them, and take […]

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: 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: 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 […]