Two best friends, living two very different lives, on opposite coasts—but they’ll always have the Avengers and snark to fall back on.
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This dual-perspective tale of the Radium Girls only hits the mark half the time.
In Jodi Lynn Anderson’s Midnight at the Electric, all it takes is a single spark to create entire worlds.
Two broken souls find each other in an unusually morbid way in Brigid Kemmerer’s new novel, Letters to the Lost.
Here We Are: Feminism for the Real World is both an educational primer and call-to-action.
Get to know a young artist through her own thoughts in Kayla Cagan’s Piper Perish.
Veteran Michael Kun teams up with newcomer Susan Mullen for an epistolary epiphany.
FYA is writing our own love letter to the dead in honour of the paperback release of Ava Dellaira's debut. Plus: a giveaway!
Ava Dellaira's love letters might be to the dead, but they pulsate with the rhythm of genuine heart.
Pamela Ribon's Notes To Boys (And Other Things I Shouldn't Share In Public), a memoir about youth in the days before the internet, is choke-on-your-champagne funny.
Annabel Pitcher returns with Ketchup Clouds, a story of guilt and grief, and of love and loss.
Alix reviews the contemporary-fantasy mashup, A Corner of White, book one of Jaclyn Moriarty's new The Colors of Madeleine trilogy.
Alix reviews Dear Enemy, the sequel to Daddy-Long-Legs by Jean Webster starring Judy's bff, Sallie McBride.
Alix reviews Daddy-Long-Legs by Jean Webster, a classic about a precocious orphan going off to college.
Erin reviews Francine Prose's The Turning, a modern-day retelling of The Turn of the Screw. And is probably going to end up spoiling all of y'all for The Turn of the Screw. Forewarned is forearmed.
Climb aboard Code Name Verity and prepare for the flight of your literary life.
A review of Evelina by Frances Burney, a somewhat questionable predecessor to Jane Austen.
A review of Angus, Thongs and Full-Frontal Snogging by Louise Rennison, the first book in the Georgia Nicolson series.
Forever Young Adult Presents: a review of Why We Broke Up by Daniel Handler
Feeling Sorry For Celia further intensifies Megan's swimfannery of author Jaclyn Moriarty.
Jenny continues the Anne Shirley lovefest with a review of Anne of Windy Poplars by Lucy Maud Montgomery.
Megan becomes BFFs with The Year of Secret Assignments (aka Finding Cassie Crazy) by Jaclyn Moriarty.
In celebration of Banned Books Week, Posh reviews of The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky
Erin reviews The Princess Diaries series by Meg Cabot. (It's kind of a big deal around these parts.)
Meet the independent, smart, and resilient Cassandra Mortmain in I Capture the Castle by Dodie Smith.