Category: YA

Blog Tour and Review: The Inheritance Games by Jennifer Lynn Barnes @jenlynnbarnes @The_Wr..

Blog Tour and Review: The Inheritance Games by Jennifer Lynn Barnes @jenlynnbarnes @The_WriteReads #Ultimateblogtour

Avery Grambs life is far from perfect. Her mother passed away two years prior and she now lives paycheck to paycheck with her half sister, Libby. All of this changes when Avery is named in Tobias Hawthorne’s will leaving Avery a billionaire overnight. There is only one problem. Avery does not have any idea who Tobias Hawthorne is or why […]

Posted September 21, 2020
Mystery, Thriller, YA / 0 Comments
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Review: Cut Off by Adrianne Finlay

Review: Cut Off by Adrianne Finlay

I absolutely love survivor type stories and the premise of Cut Off by Adrianne Finley was right up my alley. Teens alone in the woods, living off the grid, using their survivalist skills to survive/thrive and to win the prize to be the last one standing in a new virtual reality show where viewers get to see, touch and “feel” […]

Posted September 20, 2020
Horror, YA / 0 Comments
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Review: Run, Hide, Fight Back by April Henry

Review: Run, Hide, Fight Back by April Henry

Five teens are trapped in a Portland mall when a domestic terrorist group starts shooting and killing people. With no other options, the teens close themselves off in a store with a security gate. Hostages are taken and the teens soon find themselves cut off from the outside world where the only viable alternative is to run, hide or fight […]

Posted January 30, 2020
Review, Thriller, YA / 0 Comments
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Review: Say Something by Cathy Morrison

Review: Say Something by Cathy Morrison

Say Something by Cathy Morrison is a emotionally powerful read dealing with child sexual abuse and how it has affected Maggie, our main character, for the past ten years. Maggie is a seventeen year old high school student and while she may get great grades and is a fantastic athlete, she finds it hard to get to close or make […]

Posted May 23, 2019
Review, Uncategorized, YA / 0 Comments
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Review: Vigilante by Cady Cross

Review: Vigilante by Cady Cross

Hadley’s best friend, Magda, commits suicide after being raped by four classmates during a Halloween party last year. Hadley carries around a lot of guilt for not being there when Magda needed her most. All four boys got away with raping her best friend while Magda was slut shamed with videos and pictures being blasted all over social media. Now […]

Posted January 13, 2019
Review, YA / 0 Comments
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Blog Tour and Review: Our Year of Maybe by Rachel Lynn Solomon @rlynn_solomon @The_FFBC

Blog Tour and Review: Our Year of Maybe by Rachel Lynn Solomon @rlynn_solomon @The_FFBC

  ABOUT THE BOOK Our Year of Maybe by Rachel Lynn Solomon Publisher: Simon Pulse Release Date: January 15th 2019 Genre: Young Adult, Contemporary Synopsis: Aspiring choreographer Sophie Orenstein would do anything for Peter Rosenthal-Porter, who’s been on the kidney transplant list as long as she’s known him. Peter, a gifted pianist, is everything to Sophie: best friend, musical collaborator, […]

Posted January 12, 2019
Blog Tour, Review, YA / 0 Comments
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Review: After the Fire by Will Hill @WillHillauthor

Review: After the Fire by Will Hill @WillHillauthor

After the Fire weaves a heartbreaking story of one teens life before and after being rescued from the Holy Church of the Lord’s Legion, a Texas cult lead by Father John. Moonbeam is only seventeen years old, but for most of her life she has lived in the Lord’s Legion and has been taught to never trust Outsiders as they […]

Posted October 6, 2018
Contemporary Fiction, Suspense, YA / 0 Comments
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Review: Death by the River by Alexandrea Weis and Lucas Astor @alexandreaweis #bookreview

Review: Death by the River by Alexandrea Weis and Lucas Astor @alexandreaweis  #bookreview

Beau Devereaux comes from a powerful and influential family. He is the golden boy, the star of the St benedict High School football team, he has the looks and the charm that keep him in good standing with the students, faculty and adults of his town. Beau has spent years cultivating his persona. The only person who sees right through […]

Posted October 4, 2018
Review, Thriller, YA / 0 Comments
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