{Review} This is What Happy Looks Like

The 411: When he realizes that he spends more time thinking about email pen-pal Ellie O’Neill than even he cares to admit, movie star Graham Larkin decides to film a movie in her small town. The only trouble is that she doesn’t know she’s been corresponding with a superstar, and he’s afraid she won’t be […]


{Review} Anthem for Jackson Dawes by Celia Bryce

The 411: Megan meets Jackson Dawes when they’re both in the hospital being treated for cancer. She’s just been diagnosed, but Jackson’s been there forever–charming the nurses and everyone around him. At first, Megan tries to resist his friendliness, but she eventually gives in and becomes his friend.


{Review} The Disenchantments by Nina LaCour

The 411: High school is over and all that stands between Colby and a year long trip to Europe with his best friend Bev, is a tour with Bev’s all girl band. When Bev admits that she’s been lying for months and never planned on going to Europe with him, Colby’s entire world is turned […]


{Review} Gorgeous by Paul Rudnick

The 411: Following the death of her beloved mother, not-so-pretty-less-than-popular Becky Randle stumbles across a mysterious phone number. The call she makes leads her to Tom Kelly, a sort of fairy godfather/designer who magically fills her life with glitz, glamour, and celebrity as he transforms her into Rebecca, literally the most beautiful woman in the […]


{Review} Taken by Erin Bowman

The 411: All the boys in Claysoot disappear in a ceremony called the Heist on their eighteenth birthdays. After losing his brother to the Heist, Gray Weathersby decides to try his luck and seek for the truth outside the walls of Claysoot–even if it means he won’t make it to the other side alive.


{Review} Breaking Point by Kristen Simmons

The 411: Breaking Point begins with Chase and Ember being taken in by the Resistance, a group with plans to put an end to the Moral Statues. Things don’t stay calm for these two long and when Ember becomes number one on the government’s most wanted list, complications arise. Soldier’s have been given a shoot […]


{Review} Article 5 by Kristen Simmons

The 411: In Ember’s world, soldiers have replaced police officers and the Moral Statues has replaced the Bill of Rights. Going against these new “rules” could result in possible imprisonment or something even worse.  Ember and her mom don’t stick to all the rules, but they’ve always been able to keep a low profile and […]


{Review} Going Vintage by Lindsey Leavitt

The 411: Mallory has been with her boyfriend, Jeremy, for over a year when she discovers that he has been having a “cyber-relationship” with another girl through a popular social networking site. She’s crushed, and after finding a list written by her beloved grandmother when she was a teenager in the 60s, Mallory decides to […]