Andrew Smith's version of a road trip book includes an epileptic boy and cannibalistic alien invaders. Naturally.
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Residing in Edmonton, AB, Mandy unabashedly loves YA lit, frozen desserts, and terrible puns.Book ReportRequired Reading Book Report
Talk about sibling rivalry: a girl starts crushing on her brother's girlfriend in No One Needs to Know by Amanda Grace.
Because Joanna Philbin's Since Last Summer is a great excuse for a Hamptons getaway and a hot men casting call parade.
It's been a sad and strange week, so let's revisit that time a movie made you (OK, FINE -- Mandy W.) afraid of board games.
Stephanie Perkins' Isla and the Happily Ever After is well worth the wait -- TRUST.
One Drink to rule them all, One Drink to find them, One Drink to bring them all and in the drunkenness bind them in the Land of Showdown where the Cocktails lie.
If Amber Lough's The Fire Wish is any indication, the jinn YA bandwagon's going to be a welcome change of pace from the typical fare.
The teams don't take a week off, even when the game makers do.
Hit the road with Let's Get Lost by Adi Alsaid.
Two Stephanie Perkins books enter. Only one will emerge victorious.