Review

The Killer in Me

Margot Harrison’s debut The Killer in Me was an atmospheric and well-written mystery, but ultimitely it wasn’t anything especially memorable or life-changing, which is especially disappointing given the creative premise. Every night, 17-year-old Nina Barrows sees through the eyes of a serial killer named “The Thief.” Unwilling to watch any more innocents die, Nina embarks… Read More The Killer in Me

Review

Passenger

Passenger has an amazing premise, but, unfortunately the execution – the writing specifically – just isn’t up to par with the creative concept. Etta Spencer is about to make her debut as a professional violinist when suddenly she is transported back in time. She learns that a secret time travel organization is holding her mother… Read More Passenger

Review

Starflight

Starflight is every bit the quintessential YA sci-fi novel: it’s action-packed, has a well-imagined world, features a strong protagonist and tops that all off with a satisfying dash of romance. Solara Brooks wants to move to the outer realm so she can get a fresh start in a place where no one judges her for… Read More Starflight

Review

Their Fractured Light

And from the inside, surrounded by the joy and devotion and loyalty of my friends, the shimmer of rage on the outside of our lives looks paper-thin. Their Fractured Light is a satisfying conclusion to an incredible trilogy. Being a huge Titanic fan, I always had a feeling that These Broken Stars was going to… Read More Their Fractured Light

Review

This Shattered World

I’ll admit I was dubious about reading This Shattered World, mostly because I loved These Broken Stars so much, but I am so happy that Amie Kaufman and Meagan Spooner were able to concoct such a brilliant sequel with This Shattered World. Jubilee Chase and Flynn Cormac should have never met. “Lee” is the captain… Read More This Shattered World

Review

The Blood of Olympus

I’m a bit on the fence for this one. On one hand, I felt it was a satisfying conclusion to Riordan’s spinoff series, but the other half of me argues that there were too many errors in the writing and plotwork for it to completely be considered anything more than a mediocre read. I knew… Read More The Blood of Olympus