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Review: ‘The Discovery of Socket Greeny’ by Tony Bertauski

Like many sixteen-year-old boys, Socket Greeny plays video games with his friends. It’s no game, though, when his best friend, Streeter, hacks into another realm of a virtual-reality game and takes Socket and their other best friend, Chute, along... Read More | Share it now!

Review: ‘Believe’ by E. Leighanne Grimm-Weever

Andrea Dayla is a college girl living off-campus near Dartmouth College in Hanover, New Hampshire. The homeowner, an old (literally) family friend of her Uncle, has decided to move to Florida and left her furnished house for Andrea to live in while... Read More | Share it now!

Review: ‘Divergent’ by Veronica Roth

A semi-dystopian tale, Divergent delivers excitement, danger and attraction. In their sixteenth year, each child takes an aptitude test to determine which faction best suits them. Each of these groups fosters a certain virtue and every unit balances... Read More | Share it now!