The Unexpected Everything by Morgan Matson

The Unexpected Everything by Morgan Matson

Andie has a plan for everything. She knows when what she’ll wear for school the next day, what she’ll eat for dinner that night, what college she’ll go to, what to get her friends for their birthday—she plans for every contingency.  The only thing she did not plan for was a media scandal surrounding her […]


Gabi, A Girl in Pieces by Isabel Quintero

Gabi, A Girl in Pieces by Isabel Quintero

Gabi Hernandez just wants to be the perfect definition of a “good” girl, you know smart but not too smart, attractive to the opposite sex but chaste, agreeable and of course skinny. Day after day, Gabi hilariously and honestly writes in her diary about her friend Cindy who becomes a teenage mom, Sebastian who is […]


Reviews by You: Dead Silence by Randy Wayne White

Reviews by You: Dead Silence by Randy Wayne White

It was a great book. It was filled with drama and I love that they added a little bit of romance. It was just great the way the author set up the story and I recommend it. (Monique, Evanston Teen)


Reviews by You: Eight Hundred Grapes by Laura Dave

Reviews by You: Eight Hundred Grapes by Laura Dave

I read the book Eight Hundred Grapes by Laura Dave very fast because it was the perfect love story I had in mind. Although it was a romance, I found that this book was really about family. It takes place on a quiet vineyard in Napa Valley when Georgia from LA finds herself in a […]


Trigger Warning by Neil Gaiman

Trigger Warning by Neil Gaiman

If you’re looking for a mix of dark, creepy and some straight up quirky tales then you will devour Trigger Warning by Neil Gaiman. Opening with a story that seems like a nice stroll in the park, but then ends with a disturbing twist, you’re interest will be peaked. My personal favorite was an homage […]


Reviews by You: Half Moon Investigations by Eoin Colfer

Reviews by You: Half Moon Investigations by Eoin Colfer

This book is about a boy who takes a detective’s course and uses it to solve crimes around his school. But, when he takes his newest case, something goes wrong. He has 12 hours to solve the crime and clear his name…or else. I thought this book was very clever and a good read. (Tyler, […]


Reviews by You: Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard

Reviews by You: Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard

Red Queen was captivating from the very first page. An action packed dystopia, the plot twists and turns, revealing betrayal and intrigue around every corner. Mare is different from her family, and different from the Silvers who claim her as a lost Silver Princess. Who is Mare? How does she have the powers she does? […]


Draw the Line by Laurent Linn

Draw the Line by Laurent Linn

Draw the Line follows the coming out of Adrian Piper, a young comic book artist in a tiny Texas town. Adrian uses his superhero alter ego, Graphite, to cope with the stresses of high school until a violent hate crime makes him realize that not all heroes wear capes. I really enjoyed this book! The […]


You Know Me Well by Nina LaCour & David Levithan

You Know Me Well by Nina LaCour & David Levithan

Katie loves Violet, a girl whom she has never met nor talked to. However, the thought alone of finally meeting her in person makes her so nervous that she runs away, literally runs away. Mark loves Ryan, his best friend/sometimes boyfriend who is stuck in the closet and who only sees Mark as a friend. […]


Breakthrough by Jack Andraka

Breakthrough by Jack Andraka

After seeing it on the shelf in the Loft and on display at nearly every bookstore I went into, I finally broke down and read this book. Boy, I’m glad I did! Breakthrough is really two stories. One is the story of how Jack, a science whiz and probable genius, develops a cheap and effective […]


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