The first in Ellie Marney’s new Circus Hearts series, All the Little Bones, is a seriously swoony, but somewhat short, story.
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Jacqui Castle’s The Seclusion imagines a too-believable future in which America is literally walled off from the rest of the world.
Rae Carson’s Most Wanted is a prequel to Solo: A Star Wars Story that gives a little backstory to the movie.
The lake, it is said, never gives up her dead...
Lily Anderson’s Not Now, Not Ever sets the farce of The Importance of Being Earnest in a summer camp for geniuses.
Each one of the characters in Andrew Shvarts’ debut novel, Royal Bastards, is a bastard, a stable-hand, a princess, and an outcast.
Victoria Scott’s Violet Grenade will have you rooting for the “good” guys.
Performing for one night only! You won’t want to miss Liza Ketchum’s The Life Fantastic, a novel in three acts.
Jenny Manzer explores grief and music in Save Me, Kurt Cobain.
Rebecca Podos’ debut novel, The Mystery of Hollow Places, investigates a case of missing parents.
J.R. Johansson's Cut Me Free is a thriller about a girl who escapes from an attic and gets a new identity.
The Prince of Venice Beach by Blake Nelson. There are a thousand stories in the naked city...
Of Scars and Stardust is a psychological -- or is it paranormal? -- mystery and thriller.
Who I'm Not by Ted Staunton. A family is missing their son. And a son returns to them. Are we going to split hairs about if it's the same kid?
A review of Runaways, Vol. 1 by Brian K. Vaughan, a graphic novel about six kids who become fugitives after discovering their parents are supervillains.
A review of the children's book The Mysterious Benedict Society by Trenton Lee Stewart, in which a group of children must infiltrate and thwart an evil boarding school.
Jenny's lovefest for Claudia Gray continues with Hourglass (an Evernight book).