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Reunite with the Garrett family in Huntley Fitzpatrick's companion novel to My Life Next Door.
Take a sexy (and maybe dangerous?) road trip with The Devil You Know by Trish Doller.
The final book in Jenny Han and Siobhan Vivian's Burn for Burn trilogy is aflame with juicy drama.
Against her better judgement, Alix agrees to go on a second date with Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples' Saga. It goes surprisingly well.
Mandy falls in love
with Stiles from Teen Wolf for The First Time.
Erin reviews Losing It, a New Adult book with some serious blue ball action.
In which Tamara becomes the First Lady of Hump City.
A review of Kerry Cohen's memoir, Loose Girl, about her youth of promiscuity.
Alix reviews Saga, Vol. 1, Brian K. Vaughan's latest graphic novel about an interspecies couple who have way worse new parent issues than getting a good nights' sleep or being peed on.
Jenny reads Andrew Smith's The Marbury Lens, and would like to ask "What the WHAT?!!!"
A review of Mike Mullin's Ashen Winter, in which we discover the sad fact that whole families can be torn apart by something as simple as an apocalypse.
Erin reviews Annabel Pitcher's My Sister Lives on the Mantlepiece, a story of the wild romance of grief and the tiny blossoms of hope. REQUIRED READING, Y'ALL.
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.
Will Jake and Jenna have sex? More importantly, will Aunt Ally be my friend?
Erin reviews Lauren Barnholdt's The Thing About the Truth, a charmer of a book which no less makes her glad she's not still a teenager.
Posh reviews My Life Next Door by Huntley Fitzpatrick and wants to make like Mr. Rogers and ask Jase Garrett to be her neighbor.
A review of Purity by Jackson Pearce, who probably isn't a fan of chastity belts.
Erin tries but can't make it through Kody Keplinger's Shut Out, in which one girl institutes a sex strike to protest against a longstanding sports rivalry.
Meghan reviews A Tree Grows In Brooklyn by Betty Smith, a classic coming of age novel that isn't afraid to get REALLY real.
Meghan reviews the epic classic Forever by the YA-pioneer herself, Judy Blume.