Claire used to date the now famous pop star Jared Steele a couple of years ago. But that was when her family still had money, her mother was still alive, Claire was still in high school and Jared was a nobody. Now her mother is gone, her father has... Read More | Share it now!
We are fascinated by the story of Lizzie Borden. Who doesn’t want to hear about a woman that not only was blamed for the gruesome death of her father and step-mother, but also was determined by the jury to be not guilty? The more we learn about... Read More | Share it now!
Imagine that something snuck in and stole an item very precious from you, something that would completely alter the trajectory of your life. Then imagine that this invaluable thing was somehow given back to you in limited measure…but the reason... Read More | Share it now!
I am a huge, no-holds-barred fan of Gayle Forman’s work. I first read If I Stay in early 2013, which was so sad and hopeful at the same time. Her Just One Day series is one of my favorites, and I squealed (internally) like a twelve-year-old at... Read More | Share it now!
You know the story – Aladdin is a street rat, Jasmine is a princess. There’s a sultan who only wants to play with his toys all day while he basically lets his Grand Vizier, Jafar, make all of the decisions. Slightly dotty, the sultan never... Read More | Share it now!
This story is just full of opportunities for tragedy. In flight logs, letters and stories, the tale of how a white American woman, her white daughter and black son came to live in Ethiopia…and what happened during the years leading up to World... Read More | Share it now!
I loved the first couple of books in Katie McGarry’s Pushing the Limits series. They were probably some of the first books that got me into reading contemporary YA fiction. I first read Crash Into You a couple of years ago, and I stupidly... Read More | Share it now!
I seem to be on a roll, reading books where bad things happen in asylums…
Lark Noble is used to everyone thinking she’s crazy. Not that it doesn’t hurt, especially now that she’s back in her hometown after a stay at a mental... Read More | Share it now!
I started this book quite a while ago, and for some reason, it got lost in the shuffle and never finished. Boy, am I glad I circled back around to it.
Em is locked in a cell. She has no idea how long she’s been there. Maybe a few months? The next... Read More | Share it now!
Much like Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs, Asylum has a cover that’s meant to creep you out. What’s worse is that the photo there, as well as the many inside, are real.
Daniel Crawford is excited for his... Read More | Share it now!