Reviews by You: Killer Instinct by S.E.Green

Reviews by You: Killer Instinct by S.E.Green

Killer Instinct, sequel to The Naturals, was almost as thrilling as its precursor. A killer is on the loose with the same MO as Dean’s father, sending him spiraling into dark memories. The Naturals, operating outside the knowledge and rules of their supervisors, again set out trying to solve an active case. Full of twists […]


Girl Power Comics: Jem and the Holograms by Thompson and Campbell

Girl Power Comics: Jem and the Holograms by Thompson and Campbell

This is not your mother’s Jem. Go ahead. Ask her. This Jem is different. Maybe nostalgia is what got this series off the ground, but, it is certainly not what is keeping it coming month after month.  Jem and the Holograms follows a band of young women who are carving out a place for themselves […]


Reviews by You: Divergent by Veronica Roth

Reviews by You: Divergent by Veronica Roth

Divergent is one of those books that constantly keeps you on the edge of your seat, with action and adventure on every page. The dystopian setting helps set the mood, as the characters travel through Chicago. This book just keeps you wanting to read on, from start to end. I can honestly say that this […]


Illuminae by Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff

Illuminae by Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff

Take Star Wars, Star Trek and The Walking Dead and mush them together and you have something close to the awesomeness that is Illuminae.  Illuminae is a great read, but it a seriously excellent listen- I HIGHLY recommend the audio version.  A bit of the story – it’s the many years in the future and […]


Anything Could Happen by Will Walton

Anything Could Happen by Will Walton

I am just going to have to get this off my chest now – I love this book. It may not be the perfect match for every reader but it was the perfect match for me. This book follows Tretch a gay high school student as he navigates his life while being deeply in love […]


Goldfish by Nat Luurtsema

Goldfish by Nat Luurtsema

Lou Brown has been training for the Olympics her whole life. On the day of the Olympic trials, Lou swims what she assumes is one of her best times. But as she pulls herself up from the water and looks around, she is met with silence and awkward stares. Turns out Lou finished dead last, […]



Lucky Few by Kathryn Ormsbee

Lucky Few by Kathryn Ormsbee

When you’re young, you think you’re invincible, impervious to this thing called death. Stevie was born with diabetes and has had a brush with death before so she knows that it does not discriminate. She and her best friend Sanger are homeschoolers; “normal” homeschoolers meaning they are not super religious or super hippy. Stevie’s somewhat […]


Girl Power Comics: Lumberjanes by  Stevenson, Ellis, Watters, Allen

Girl Power Comics: Lumberjanes by Stevenson, Ellis, Watters, Allen

At this point, you may not need anyone to tell you about Lumberjanes. First published in 2014 it, and author Noelle Stevenson, are both rather famous. But I’m going to anyway. Lumberjanes follows a troupe of young women at scout camp and their encounters with weird and paranormal forces. Lumberjanes is fun and depicts these […]


Diary of a Haunting: Possession by M. Verano

Diary of a Haunting: Possession by M. Verano

Diary of a Haunting begins with a note from the editor that makes the reader question whether the following pages are inspired by true events or if it’s just a fictional tale. The story that follows is the most startling documentation of the effects of supernatural forces I have ever yet encountered, and its significance […]


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