The only thing worse than a boy who hates you: a boy that loves you. The Book Thief is one of the more intriguing and uniquely written books I’ve read, following a Book Thief, a little girl named Liesel and the spark that leads to the fire that began World War Two. It’s a small… Read More "The Book Thief"
This is the secret of the stars, I tell myself. In the end, we are alone. No matter how close you seem, no one else can touch you. While Across the Universe may not be flawless, it is still a fresh breath into the young adult science fiction genre that is sure to entertain readers.… Read More Across the Universe
The summary for Glitch immediately drew me in, as I am a big fan of dystopian novels. I love the way that authors are able to look at the current events in our society and transform them into something eerily plausible. Glitch started decently enough, but then a love triangle was formed and things started… Read More Glitch
If I had to say anything about The Maze Runner, it would be that there’s a difference between creating suspense and just being plain annoying. Sadly, I think The Maze Runner does the former. Basically, our story follows Thomas – who wakes up with no memories in a mysterious maze. There he finds a group… Read More "The Maze Runner"
“Each day means a new twenty-four hours. Each day means everything’s possible again. You live in the moment, you die in the moment, you take it all one day at a time.” ~Legend If I could describe Legend to someone who has never read it in one word, I’d describe it as your “typical dystopia.”… Read More "Legend"
You don’t get to choose if you get hurt in this world…but you do have some say in who hurts you. I like my choices. There have been raving reviews for author John Green’s The Fault in Our Stars being thrown out left and right, to the point where you’re the odd one out if… Read More The Fault in Our Stars