Everyone, from the detective to her own parents, know that it was Sophie’s fault that Mina was killed. After all, Sophie is the one who’s hooked on Oxy, not Mina. Booker’s Point is not a place you go without wanting to score. And when... Read More | Share it now!
One homeroom at a New York City public high school is given a contaminated batch of a flu vaccine which allows them to hear everyone’s thoughts. Imagine knowing what everyone thinks of you. While there are definitely some perks (you know if that... Read More | Share it now!
Re-imagining fairy tales and their sistren has been a hot commodity lately in the book world. You’ve got a built-in audience of people who already know the story and will enjoy trying to find the similarities with their favorite stories. And... Read More | Share it now!
I don’t know what to say. I just didn’t get what the point of the story was. It’s not poorly written; it’s just, well, skeevy. Like, an actual how-to manual for dating your first cousin.
Jackie’s family moved from... Read More | Share it now!
To be honest, I grumbled to myself when I reached the third or fourth chapter of this book. As my MO is to not read the inside cover right before I am reading a book to review, I didn’t remember what it was about (not that you get a complete idea... Read More | Share it now!
Imagine forever following in the wake of a person that is handsome, charming and the bright light of the family. He’s always up for a dare and people are drawn to him like moths to a flame. You get lost, always the shadow to his brilliance. Then,... Read More | Share it now!
Under normal circumstances I make myself finish each and every title I read, especially those books that I have agreed to review. I have had this book for at least a couple of years, so I really needed to check this one off my to do list.... Read More | Share it now!
This mystery is off to a promising start. Part ghost story, it tells of the drowning of one of Arielle’s sister’s best friends. Arielle had just seen Perdita the day before at their house, talking to her sister and her sister’s newer... Read More | Share it now!
Four Dungeon & Dragons-playing friends hang out twice a week, yet don’t know each other. Separately, they are each struggling with something that they think too hard to share:
One doesn’t know how to live without his girlfriend
One... Read More | Share it now!
I’m pretty 50/50 on reading challenges. I either throw myself in and collapse at the end or barely do anything. I did the COYER (Clean Out Your E-Reader) challenge last summer, and it nearly killed me. Instead of concentrating on the books that I... Read More | Share it now!