There is nothing not love about these books. Characters, plot, writing style, symbolism, humor. You name it you got. The challenge is waiting for the last one.
We waited years for Clariel to come out. Years. So many years we forgot that we were waiting. Getting our hands on a copy of this book felt impossibly good.
Great if you've read the rest of the series and are looking for more. Not a great introduction to the series.
Chelsey talks about Rainbow Rowell's coming of age novel Fangirl. A book that served as a blast of university nostalgia. Right in the face.
We have faith in Mira Grant, where Parasite is mostly exposition, we hope the next book in the series redeems this book. Watch the review to find out why.
Grave Mercy was a surprise. It didn't fall into the traps and stereotypes I was afraid it would. The rest of the series shows promise.
The Coldest Girl in Coldtown uniquely combined genres. The characters were memorable, and the pacing was excellent.
An interesting premise to release two books one for teens and one for adults. Yet does Project Cain deliver on it's promise?
Who can say no to zombies? Clearly Chelsey and Alexandra can't. Give a warm welcome back to literary critic super team as they take on Mira Grant's Feed!
If your younger self had the chance to see your Facebook account now, what would they do? Would you look? What would you change? Read takes a look at The Future of Us.
With a title like 'Legacy' you would expect a book to leave you with something more than anger at rookie mistakes and drab characters. But you'd wrong. Is this really the best that Harlequin Teen has ...
A fond series from your formative years brought back to life by an unexpected sequel? Sounds like a dream come true... or maybe it's your worst nightmare. Read takes a look at Sisterhood Everlasting.
I was pleasantly surprised that I enjoyed Bumped because despite some of the overly bubbly slang and its somewhat underdeveloped characters it makes you really think.
Jessica's Guide to Dating on the Dark Side is a twilight rip-off, but why does Read actually find herself liking it? This needs to be examined...