You’ll be happy to know that Jennifer Hillier’s Jar of Hearts isn’t about an actual jar of hearts…though the alternative isn’t really any less gruesome.
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Leslye Walton returns with an eerie, atmospheric look at the relationship between an abusive mother and her daughter.
Mindy McGinnis’s A Madness So Discreet is an intensely dark and unapologetically feminist take on the Sherlock and Watson trope.
Erin reviews The Milk of Birds by Sylvia Whitman and is ready to hang up her hat, because nothing is ever going to make her feel like this book did.
A review of All You Never Wanted, a book about sisters that makes me glad I don't have one.
Erin reviews Tara Altebrando's What Happens Here, a tale of travel, home, friendship and what happens when everything falls apart.
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.
A review of Carmen Rodrigues' 34 Pieces of You. It's out today! Why are you wasting time reading the review when you could be reading the book?
A review of Elizabeth Fama's Monstrous Beauty, a (gasp!) mermaid book.
A review of Never Enough by Denise Jaden -- there's a boy who's the an MLD of the Cameron Quick variety!
Erin reviews Holding On To Zoe, a book that made her feel ALL THE FEELINGS.
A review of Karina Halle's On Demon Wings, an Experiment in Terror novel, in which our Gal Friday, Perry, is haunted by something a little more sinister than ghosts.
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.
A review of Family by Micol Ostow, in which a teen runaway finds herself in a crazy cult not unlike the Manson Family.
Megan reviews Living Dead Girl by Elizabeth Scott, which depicts a disturbing captor and victim relationship.