In Avenged, Amy Tintera continues her tale of the Ruined with a lot more action but a lot less kissing.
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It’s taken a decade, but Lacey has finally decided she misses the beaches of Southern California where she grew up. (It took only about a minute for her to miss the Mexican food.) However, she’s pretty committed to the fun and sun of Denver, CO, where she plays with spreadsheets by day, and drinks boozy slushies with her husband and puppy by night. The puppy just pretends.Book Report Book ReportRequired Reading
If you're receiving this, drop everything and tune in to Alice Oseman’s Radio Silence.
Cindy Anstey, fan of alliteration, brings us Duels & Deception, a tale of ladies, law clerks, and licorice. I mean love.
The Half Bad series wraps up with Half Lost, a one-two punch of TEABS and TESBS (the end of a sad book syndrome, obvi).
Brendan Reichs' Nemesis features the threat of total planetary destruction and a serial murder (same killer, same victim), yet still manages to fall flat.
Sally Green's second book is all grown up. Sex, potions, and rock and roll—Half Wild is NOT the book the Obamas read to children last year at Easter.
Lauren McLaughlin’s novel set in a juvenile detention center examines the old adage “the truth shall set you free.”
In Everything Beautiful Is Not Ruined, Danielle Younge-Ullman weaves a beautiful, sobering tale of wilderness trials and Oz performances that’ll let you know you’ve got a heart, ‘cause it’ll be breaking.
You Don’t Know My Name is like a Jr. High sleepover: it starts out fun, but by the end it’s just a bit too silly.
Despite having had high hopes for the book, Lacey wishes Snowbirds would fly south for the winter and stay there.