Review

Sweet Evil

There are moments when I hated Sweet Evil, and then there were moments when I was so engaged in what I was reading I couldn’t put it down. Wendy Higgins sets up a world where demons masquerade as humans, each responsible for inflicting one of the twelve deadly sins upon humanity. 16-year-old Anna Whitt is… Read More Sweet Evil

Review

Walk on Earth a Stranger

Walk on Earth a Stranger is an entertaining and action-packed story, but I can’t say it brings anything especially unique or new to the collection of YA westerns already published. When Lee Westfall’s parents are murdered, she is forced to disguise herself as a boy and travel from her small Alabaman hometown all the way… Read More Walk on Earth a Stranger

Review

One

I’ve read three of Sarah Crossan’s books so far, and this is, by far, the best book I’ve read of hers. It’s a short and simple story, but it packs a surprising emotional punch and reminds you about the power of sisterhood. One revolves around a set of 16-year-old conjoined twins named Grace and Tippi… Read More One

Review

Ice Like Fire

With its wonderful characters & fabulous romance, Snow Like Ashes became one of my favorite reads of 2014. Unfortunately, I was disappointed to find that its sequel, Ice Like Fire, didn’t quite live up to its wonderfulness. The book starts off where Snow Like Ashes ends: with the revelation that Meira is the true Queen… Read More Ice Like Fire

Review

The Cage

The Cage is a good read. But it had the potential to have been a great one – if only it wasn’t struck by a severe case of ridiculous instalove. People fall into the same routines of thinking day after day: toss an apple and it falls to the ground. Pick a flower and it… Read More The Cage

Review

Crimson Bound

This is the human way, she thought. On the edge of destruction, at the end of all things, we still dance. And hope. I might not have been the biggest fan of Hodge’s Cruel Beauty, but Crimson Bound is infinitely better than Hodge’s debut. This book is many things; but, above all, it is a… Read More Crimson Bound