Victoria Namkung wants to give notice to any inappropriate teachers out there: Never underestimate the power of justice.
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Three young women in Amy Reed’s The Nowhere Girls start a movement to combat rape culture in their town.
In this novel by Maria Padian, attempts to punish a college rapist leave his victim Wrecked.
Mindy McGinnis’s A Madness So Discreet is an intensely dark and unapologetically feminist take on the Sherlock and Watson trope.
Debut author Kate Hart brings us her first book, After The Fall: a complicated look at consent, reputations, and damaging secrets.
In Louise O'Neill's book Asking For It, we learn how society cracks down on sexual assault: by punishing the victim.
The female of the species is more deadly than the male in Mindy McGinnis' devastating new novel.
Dragons live forever, but not so little boys. By Cody Kennedy.
Aaron Hartzler's What We Saw is a nuanced, pitch-perfect look at rape culture today.
Alix reviews Fairy Tales from the Brothers Grimm: A New English Version, Philip Pullman's new updated version of Grimm's classic tales.
Erin reviews Joyce Carol Oates' Two or Three Things I Forgot To Tell You and is about to offend everyone on the internet in this review.
When it comes to backstabbing, the three heroines of Burn For Burn could teach Regina George a thing or two.
Andrew Cotto's The Domino Effect takes the testosterone level up to a 9.
Erin celebrates the Mars Curiosity's successful landing with a look back at the best book about Mars EVER WRITTEN, Christopher Pike's The Season of Passage.
A review of Elizabeth Fama's Monstrous Beauty, a (gasp!) mermaid book.
Erin reviews Holding On To Zoe, a book that made her feel ALL THE FEELINGS.
Forever Young Adult presents a book review of Arcadia Awakens by Kai Meyer
A review of The Mockingbirds by Daisy Whitney, in which a victimized student teams up with a secret society of students for vigilante justice.
Erin read V.C. Andrews' My Sweet Audrina. For YOU, FYA! She does it all for you!
A review of Family by Micol Ostow, in which a teen runaway finds herself in a crazy cult not unlike the Manson Family.
Erin reviews Sweet Valley High books 11-15 in the form of a drinking game! Yay! The dramz just got even more entertaining.