Can’t get enough of Tamora Pierce’s fantasy world, Tortall? Then consider Tortall: A Spy’s Guide for your next read.
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Irene and Kai’s surprisingly dangerous bookish adventures continue in The Lost Plot, the fourth book in Genevieve Cogman’s The Invisible Library series.
Behold the power of the spy report in Trickster’s Queen, part two of Aly’s duology.
Tamora Pierce takes the reader—and Aly—beyond the borders of Tortall into the political unrest of the Copper Isles in Trickster’s Choice.
Ellie Marney’s No Limits reiterates the importance of that whole “just say no to drugs” adage.
One Nice. One Bad. One lives. One dies. You’ve never seen a YA love triangle with stakes as high as the ones in Cale Dietrich's The Love Interest.
Erin Beaty’s The Traitor’s Kiss could have been a grand adventure.
You Don’t Know My Name is like a Jr. High sleepover: it starts out fun, but by the end it’s just a bit too silly.
Things get heated in The Burning Page, the third book in Genevieve Cogman’s The Invisible Library series.
The second book in Genevieve Cogman’s Invisible Library series, The Masked City, turns the tired “damsel in distress” trope on its head.
Go on an adventure through alternate universes to procure obscure books in Genevieve Cogman’s The Invisible Library.
But sometimes the head sticks its nose in the heart’s business, like it does in the second book in Mary E. Pearson’s The Remnant Chronicles, The Heart of Betrayal.
Jodi Meadows’ The Orphan Queen hits all the right high fantasy marks.
Just in time for the upcoming adaptation, let's check out the graphic novel The Secret Service: Kingsman.
Lindsay Smith’s debut novel Sekret is filled with spies, psychics and the space race. What’s not to enjoy?
Next stop on the Smutty February tour: historical romance.
Arin Greenwood’s Save the Enemy reaches for Liam Neeson levels of thriller but never quite gets there.
Kat Carlton’s Two Lies and a Spy takes Mandy C. on an adventure into espionage, but leaves her wishing for a little more maturity. Plus: Win a copy of the book and a sweet smartphone lens!
Think working fast food or retail was a bad job? Just wait till you hear what Boy Nobody does after debate club.
Climb aboard Code Name Verity and prepare for the flight of your literary life.
Meghan reviews the start of another awesome Madeleine L'Engle series (with appearances by Dr. and Mrs. O'Keefe!), The Arm of the Starfish.
Meghan had a decent, platonic time with I'd Tell You I Love You, But Then I'd Have To Kill You (a Gallagher Girls book) by Ally Carter, but she'd REALLY like a book featuring the hot Mr. Solomon.