A girl with impending memory loss writes to her future self in Lara Avery's captivating novel.
Entries tagged: DnripBook ReportRequired Reading Book Report
Take a charming cruise through life's firsts and lasts in The Loose Ends List.
Maggie Stiefvater brings The Raven Cycle to a magnificent close. In other words, TEABS FOR DAYS.
Jeff Zentner’s debut novel The Serpent King, which tells the story of three best friends from rural Tennessee, is both humorous and heartbreaking.
Grab those tissues and get ready to go on a road trip with Gayle Forman's latest, I Was Here.
A review of Trish Doller's Where the Stars Still Shine, a book that Mandy W. is grateful to for breaking her heart.
Posh explains why Matthew Quick's Forgive Me, Leonard Peacock might be the best book of the year.
Against her better judgement, Alix agrees to go on a second date with Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples' Saga. It goes surprisingly well.
Mandy W. would like to buy Daisy Whitney's When You Were Here jelly crepes for the rest of her life. You know, when she's done CRYING. (Plus: an exclusive travel video from the author!)
Erin reviews The Milk of Birds by Sylvia Whitman and is ready to hang up her hat, because nothing is ever going to make her feel like this book did.
Erin reviews Tara Altebrando's What Happens Here, a tale of travel, home, friendship and what happens when everything falls apart.
Erin reviews Annabel Pitcher's My Sister Lives on the Mantlepiece, a story of the wild romance of grief and the tiny blossoms of hope. REQUIRED READING, Y'ALL.
Climb aboard Code Name Verity and prepare for the flight of your literary life.
Erin offers you a chance at winning The Letter Q, an anthology featuring some of today's great authors and their advice to their younger selves.
A review of Roddy Doyle's A Greyhound of a Girl, a haunting book about a haunting.
Forever Young Adult presents: a book review of Lying Season, an Experiment in Terror novel, by Karina Halle
Forever Young Adult presents: A review of Catch and Release by Blythe Woolston
Posh reviews John Green's The Fault In Our Stars, a book that carries a hefty DNRIP tag.
Forever Young Adult presents: a review of Liesl and Po by Lauren Oliver
Forever Young Adult Presents: A review of Moon over Manifest by Clare Vanderpool
Forever Young Adult Presents: A Review of Winter Town by Stephen Emond
Forever Young Adult Presents: A review of A Monster Calls by Patrick Ness
YA superstar Sara Zarr is back to tackle another heartbreaking subject with How To Save a Life.
Erin reads a grownup book that devastates her with the repercussions of war, The Very Thought of You by Rosie Alison.
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.
Meghan falls in love with the only type of unicorn club worth joining, in Annie on My Mind by Nancy Garden.
Meghan reviews Between Shades of Gray by Ruta Sepetys, a profound story of one family's hardships in a Siberian work camp.
'Correctional' facilities, runaway safe houses, prozzie murders -- Tomas Mournian's Hidden is def. INTENSITY IN TEN CITIES.
Jenny reviews Please Ignore Vera Dietz by A.S. King and wants to be the pickle in its Big Mac.
Despite its dark and twisted nature, Erin enjoys Violence 101 by Denis Wright.
Jenny reviews the sobfest that is Lucy Christopher's Flyaway, in which a young girl copes with the struggles in her own life by channeling her energy into rescuing a lone swan.
Meghan's favourite, Sally Lockhart, is back in The Shadow In the North by Philip Pullman. Major swoonage ahead!
Forever Young Adult Presents: A Review of the Unsanely Awesome Monsters of Men by Patrick Ness
Meghan journeys to the West Indies for drama on and off the stage, with The Jumbee by Pamela Keyes.
Posh reviews the gorgeously heartbreaking Plain Kate by Erin Bow.
Posh reviews The Sky Is Everywhere by Jandy Nelson, a sweet and beautiful portrayal of a grieving teenager.
A review of The Ask and the Answer, the second book in Patrick Ness' Chaos Walking trilogy, which will probably kill Posh because she love it so much (or at the very least, ruin her fingernails).
A review of the beautiful and heartbreaking Jellicoe Road by Melina Marchetta. P.S. JONAH GRIGGS POSH HEARTS YOU.
Posh reviews Patrick Ness' The Knife Of Never Letting Go, a book that totally slayed her with awesomeness.
Erin reviews Neil Gaiman's The Graveyard Book and wants Nobody to be her friend.
Meghan reviews If I Stay by Gayle Forman, a coma book that shockingly induced many tears.
Erin urges everyone to find a safe sobbing spot and read The Book Thief by Markus Zusak.
Posh reviews Suzanne Collins' little-known book called The Hunger Games.