In Erin McCahan’s latest, The Lake Effect, Briggs heads for the beach for that summer sun, sand, and freedom, but what he finds is better than any tan he could’ve hoped for.
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Sassy grandmas going to the big dance? That's only the beginning for Brian Katcher's latest, Deacon Locke Went To Prom.
Alix is here to tell you about Due West, a cool project she's doing with her dead grandmother.
Take a break from our real/crazy Presidential election to check in with a slightly-less-crazy Presidential election in The Wrong Side of Right by Jenn Marie Thorne. #FictionalCandidatesForTheWin!
Falling in love with John Corey Whaley's latest novel is highly logical behaviour.
Take a charming cruise through life's firsts and lasts in The Loose Ends List.
Anna Breslaw’s Scarlett Epstein Hates it Here examines the outcome of when what happens on the Internet doesn’t stay on the Internet. Plus: You could win a copy!
In which we finally find out what happens after To All the Boys I've Loved Before.
The Winner's Curse by Marie Rutkoski is def. worth the gamble.
Find yourself mired in Sherlock gifs, wondering if and when a new series will ever come to pass? Amanda gives you Portia Adams, granddaughter of John Watson, who is here to scratch your Holmesian itch!
Prepare for the best summer of your life with Sarah Combs' Breakfast Served Anytime.
Need a sweet, cute movie that goes a bit off the rails at the end? Mandy C. thinks The Last Keepers will be for you.
Cat Patrick and Suzanne Young would like to remind you—through their book Just Like Fate—that there are some things you just can’t change, regardless of the decisions you make. Plus: You can win a copy!
A review of Trish Doller's Where the Stars Still Shine, a book that Mandy W. is grateful to for breaking her heart.
A review of Out of the Easy by Ruta Sepetys, just in time for Mardi Gras.
Meghan gets sucked in once again by the drama of Denise Deegan's Butterfly series.
Alix reviews Broxo by Zack Giallongo, which is not your typical zombie book.
Jenny wants everyone in the world to read Lizzie K. Foley's Remarkable.
A review of Beth Kephart's Small Damages, a book you should read RIGHT NOW. It's about love and loss and living, and there's not a paranormal anything to be found. THANK GOD.
A review of Persepolis and Persepolis 2 by Marjane Satrapi, a story about how much it sucks to grow up in a revolution.
A review of Roddy Doyle's A Greyhound of a Girl, a haunting book about a haunting.
Forever Young Adult Presents: A review of Hereafter by Tara Hudson
Forever Young Adult presents: A review of An Acceptable Time by Madeleine L'Engle
Forever Young Adult presents a review of The Knife and the Butterfly by Ashley Hope Perez
A book review of Elsewhere by Gabrielle Zevin, a book with a new idea of the afterlife.
In Jamie Callan's The Young and the Soapy, two soap-obsessed girls find themselves living out a real-life soap opera of their own.
A review of Inara Scott's The Marked from the Delcroix Academy series.
Posh reviews The Beginning of After by Jennifer Castle, in which swoon is found in the most unlikely (and tragic) of circumstances.
Keek's life undergoes a summer of disarray in And Then Things Fall Apart by Arlaina Tibensky.
A review of Never Sit Down in a Hoopskirt and Other Things I Learned in Southern Belle Hell by Crickett Rumley, which features two of Erin's favourite things: pageants and straight-shootin' Southern women.
Meghan falls in love with the only type of unicorn club worth joining, in Annie on My Mind by Nancy Garden.
Don't be fooled by the frocks that it's got; Sophia Bennett's Threads is actually less fasion and more compassion!
A book review, nay, A LOVE LETTER, for one of Posh's favorite series of all time, the Jessica Darling books by Megan McCafferty
In Natalie Standiford's Confessions of the Sullivan Sisters, the eccentric matriarch holds the family inheritance hostage until the offending progeny delivers a formal apology.
Maggie Stiefvater's Lament (from the Books of Faerie) wasn't really memorable for Jenny.
Erin was let down by The Line by Teri Hall, but it shows promise for future installments of the series.
Meghan had a lot of fun (almost Cabot-esque!) with My Double Life by Janette Rallison.
Posh reviews The Sky Is Everywhere by Jandy Nelson, a sweet and beautiful portrayal of a grieving teenager.
Meghan reviews the epic classic Forever by the YA-pioneer herself, Judy Blume.
Jenny wouldn't turn down The House of Night Series by P.C. and Kristin Cast (or the array of hot guys she picked in Casting Call).
Meghan reviews If I Stay by Gayle Forman, a coma book that shockingly induced many tears.
Jenny wasn't completely captivated (sorry) by Carrie Jones' Captivate (a Need book), but it nicely sets up the next installment.
A book review of Perfect You by Elizabeth Scott. Alternate Title: "Why Posh Will Never Give a BFF Charm To Kate Brown."
Jenny finds her favorite leading lady of the year in Need by Carrie Jones.