Tag Archives: John Green

The weather outside is frightful ~ ‘Let It Snow’ by John Green, et al. #Review #COYER #RWBRAT

Though the snowdrifts are high, love still manages to make its way through to these stranded teens. Told in three installments by three of the best-known Young Adult authors today, Let It Snow is a heart-warming set of intertwined stories that confirm... Read More | Share it now!

Review: ‘Paper Towns’ by John Green

Having read almost all of John Green’s published works, I still had Paper Towns to devour. Like many zealous readers, I’d much rather finish the book before seeing a movie adaptation that Hollywood tells me is going to be just as good.... Read More | Share it now!

Can Love Be Graphed? ~ ‘An Abundance of Katherines’ by John Green

All I wanted was for her to love me and to do something meaningful with my life. Briefly: Through amazing coincidence, subconscious design or arranged by a humorous universe, Colin Singleton has only dated girls named Katherine. Dated and and been... Read More | Share it now!

INKlets: Four (Count ‘Em, Four!) Book Review Round-Up

Thirteen Reasons Why by Jay Asher Briefly: Nice guy Clay Jensen receives a mysterious box that contains cassette tapes. The weird thing? They are from his dead classmate, Hannah Baker. Hannah committed suicide, and Clay does not want to have to hear... Read More | Share it now!

“Embarrassed” to Read #YA? I Don’t Think So, Ruth Graham

There is a lot of stuff swirling in the Twitterverse regarding the Young Adult book world these days, what with the release of the movie version of The Fault in Our Stars. I don’t think there’s been this much attention paid to a YA... Read More | Share it now!