Rotters by Daniel Kraus: Boy gets a new dad and a new life as a grave robber. Life stinks in more ways than one.
Imaginary Girls by Nova Ren Suma: Silky, creepy, and excellent story telling.
Trinity by Clare Davidson: A thousand year old war fueled by revenge must be stopped. A young Goddess who's hunted, teams up with one whose vowed to kill her to bring peace to the world.
BOOK REVIEW: CITY OF THE FALLING SKY by Joseph Evans Bright writng, great characters, and a game called Friction you'll want to play yourself
Looking for Alaska by John Green: Love, death and a bottle of Boon's Farm Strawberry wine.
BOOK REVIEW: The Fault In Our Stars by John Green. Two teens with cancer fall in love. A story at once funny and poignant.
Book Review: THE PERKS OF BEING A WALLFLOWER by Stephen Chbosky. The Catcher in the Rye for a new age.
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JOHN GREEN'S BOOKS REVIEWED
Book Review:Chaos Walking Series by Patrick Ness. Imagine a new world where no one's thoughts are private, not even your dog's.
Cassandra Clare: Is she the newly crowned queen of Young Adult Fiction? She's pretty good, and definitely fun to read.. But you can put away the crown for now.
BOOK REVIEW: There have been any number of books good enough to get 4 stars from us. But finding books that get a fifth star from us? The Monstrumologist Series did just that. Our Reviews.
BOOK REVIEWS: The Bartimaeus Trilogy. Meet Bartimaeus: He's wickedly funny and smarter than his master. Read why Adults may appreciate the humor of this cheeky little demon more than the kids will.
BOOK REVIEW: Trade Hogwarts for Brakebills College, give it a headmaster you can't quite trust and fill the halls with angst filled teens. The Magicians by Lev Grossman
Arcadia's Gift by Jesi Lea Ryan: A story whose images pulse into our awareness.
Shadow and Bone by Leigh Bardugo: A tale of spreading darkness, demons, and the girl who defeats it all.
BOOK REVIEW: This third book in the Monstrumologist series by Rick Yancey got 5 stars from us: that's three in a row for this brilliant author. It's such superb writing you've got to read it for yourself. Our review, by J. Taylor
BOOK REVIEW: Death Watch by Ari Berk. In a town where life is all about death, 18 year old Sirus learns his purpose in life is to guide the spirits of the dead to the beyond. Review by J. Taylor
Book Review: City of Lost Souls by Cassandra Clare. Why churning out too many books too quickly may be hurting this gifted writer.