Adrienne Young’s Sky in the Deep could have been a fun Viking novel.
Entries tagged: KidnappingBook Report Book Report
The main character of Gwendolyn Clare’s Ink, Iron, and Glass might be The Special, but her gift for writing worlds into existence is pretty darn enviable.
Shadowsong, S. Jae-Jones’ sequel to Wintersong, is a shadow of its predecessor.
In An Enchantment of Ravens, Margaret Rogerson spins a fairy tale about what happens when you’re too good at your job.
There’s no better time to revisit Hawkins, Indiana—or take your first trip to the Upside Down.
Discover a fascinating new universe in AdriAnne Strickland and Michael Miller’s Shadow Run.
Wanted: Regular Earth girl to impersonate alien princess. No experience necessary and refusal is not optional.
Carrie Anne Noble’s The Gold-Son reveals the secret, somewhat sordid, lives of Leprechauns.
The main character in Mary Weber’s The Evaporation of Sofi Snow is prepared to bring it, blizzard style, to anyone who gets in her way.
The first in Renée Ahdieh’s new series, Flame in the Mist, is a lush, powerful, swoony tale that incorporates aspects of both Mulan and Robin Hood while standing on its own two feet.
Matthew Laurence’s Freya tells a tale of gods and goddesses in the modern age.
Take a Firefly-esque romp around the galaxy in Melissa Lander’s novel, Starflight.
Lesley Livingston’s The Valiant proves that you can take a girl away from her warrior clan, but you can’t take the warrior out of the girl.
S. Jae-Jones weaves a lush melody of love and loss in her debut novel, Wintersong.
Elizabeth Fama’s Plus One imagines a world divided, quite literally, by night and day.
Eoin Colfer’s Iron Man: The Gauntlet weaves Tony Stark into the MG lit world.
Maria Dahvana Headley’s Aerie revisits the fascinating sky world and sassy main character introduced in Magonia.
Anna-Marie McLemore’s new novel, When the Moon Was Ours, weaves a tale of family, identity, and love, and the lengths people will go to protect all three.
What happens when your kidnapped sister returns after thirteen years?
The second book in Genevieve Cogman’s Invisible Library series, The Masked City, turns the tired “damsel in distress” trope on its head.
Five teens that mysteriously vanished as children suddenly reenter their old lives with no memory of the past -- or what happened to the sixth victim -- in Tara Altebrando's latest novel.
Tarun Shanker and Kelly Zekas mix Austen-esque sass with superpowers in These Vicious Masks.
Fly away with Magonia, Maria Dahvana Headley’s novel that mixes mysterious illness with magical realism.
As a teen, it can be tricky to find common ground with your childhood best friend. Especially if he's spent the last ten years living as a victim of parental abduction.
Ryan Graudin's sequel to All That Glows—All That Burns—upps the action and brings new life to familiar (to Arthurian scholars, at least) characters.
J.R. Johansson's Cut Me Free is a thriller about a girl who escapes from an attic and gets a new identity.
It’s not exactly a cheerful holiday movie, but it might make you extra thankful for your Thanksgiving feast.
The excitement, adventure and character additions continue in Marissa Meyer’s Cress, the penultimate book in the Lunar Chronicles.
Arin Greenwood’s Save the Enemy reaches for Liam Neeson levels of thriller but never quite gets there.
Erin reviews April Henry's fast-paced thrill ride, The Girl Who Was Supposed to Die.
Let's kidnap EVERYONE.
Posh serves up a DNF review of Caroline B. Cooney's Janie Face to Face, the final installment of The Face on the Milk Carton series.
Forever Young Adult Presents: A Review of The Tension of Opposites by Kristina McBride
A review of Stolen by Lucy Christopher, a story of a girl and her kidnapper that captured Meghan's heart.
Megan reviews Living Dead Girl by Elizabeth Scott, which depicts a disturbing captor and victim relationship.
Erin reviews Sweet Valley High books 11-15 in the form of a drinking game! Yay! The dramz just got even more entertaining.