Dara must face the fallout from her best friend's death in Rebecca Phillips' These Things I've Done.
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Robin Benway is going to try her hardest to make you cry in her new novel, Far From The Tree.
Erin Beaty’s The Traitor’s Kiss could have been a grand adventure.
Autism and romantic relationships get a closer look in Claire LaZebnik’s new book, Things I Should Have Known.
Debut author Kate Hart brings us her first book, After The Fall: a complicated look at consent, reputations, and damaging secrets.
Thriller writer Gregg Hurwitz steps foot into the YA world with The Rains, a book about “Chasers" and “Hosts," but a zombie by any other name would smell as foul.
Harriet Reuter Hapgood’s The Square Root of Summer is a lesson in grieving and love, with a little unexpected time travel thrown in.
Julie Buxbaum’s debut YA novel Tell Me Three Things brings the swoon in the form of an anonymous email admirer.
Mackenzi Lee’s Frankenstein retelling, This Monstrous Thing, breathes new life into the classic tale.
The second and third books in the Scorched trilogy, Shattered and Smoked, move the plot along, but never quite rise to dragon levels of excitement. (And dragon levels should be pretty darn high.)
The second book in the Dispossessed series—The Lovely and the Lost—falls prey to a bit of Bridge Book Blues, but is entertaining nonetheless.
If you’re looking for a retelling of Edgar Allen Poe’s The Fall of the House of Usher that is a little less bleak than the original … Bethany Griffin’s The Fall is not it.
In She Is Not Invisible by Marcus Sedgwick, a pair of siblings fly across the Atlantic to look for their missing father in New York City. What could possibly go wrong?
Kami Garcia’s Unbreakable reads much like Supernatural fanfic … but that’s not necessarily a bad thing. Plus: Win a copy of the book!
Mandy C. would be totally on board having a dragon as a companion, but wouldn't really appreciate the kidnapping or torture that might come as a result.
Brian reviews Kindness for Weakness, by Shawn Goodman and realizes he would not do well in prison.
Author Elise Stephens discusses the lessons we can learn from our fictional brothers and sisters.
Eric's brother is dead, but his heart goes on. As do his liver, lungs, and kidneys.
Mandy discovers the perils of crushing on a MLD in Swati Avasthi's Split.
A book review of Antony John's Thou Shalt Not Road Trip, a story about faith, falling in love, and finding yourself on the road.
A review of Now is the Time for Running by Michael Williams, in which a Zimbabwean boy turns to his love of soccer to escape the horrors of reality.
Jenny reviews Witch & Wizard by James Patterson and Gabrielle Charbonnet, an engaging story in which a pair of siblings discover their magical powers.