{Review} Roar and Liv by Veronica Rossi

The 411: Roar and Liv takes place before the events of Under the Never Sky. Roar, Liv, and Perry’s relationships are explored and put to the test. It’s a story of true love, of friendship, and of sacrifices.


{Review} Through the Ever Night by Veronica Rossi

The 411: Aria and Perry are reunited, but so much has changed. Perry is the Blood Lord of the Tides and Aria is still adapting to her new life. For their own reasons, they both need to find the Still Blue. Perry needs to find it for The Tides and everyone who lives there, and […]


{Review} The Boyfriend App by Katie Sise

The 411: Audrey McCarthy is in her senior year of high school, and things aren’t going her way. Her father died, and soon after she lost her best friend and her social status. Things for her and her mom aren’t easy and Audrey knows that if she wants to go to a good College it […]


{Review} Life After Theft by Aprilynne Pike

The 411: After a move from Phoenix to LA, Jeff is going through a lot changes. He’s attending a new school, an exclusive private school in Santa Monica, where he quickly meets a beautiful girl named Kimberlee. The problem? She’s a ghost and he’s the only person in the world that can see her. She […]


{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} Mind Games by Kiersten White

The 411: Sisters with special abilities, Fia and Annie enroll in an x-menesque school for the gifted and are used as collateral against each other to ensure that neither escapes. Annie is blind except when she has visions of the future, and Fia is a fighter and assassin with instincts that are never wrong. Both […]


{Review} Pivot Point by Kasie West (Pivot Point #1)

The 411: When her parents announce their impending divorce, Addie uses her ability to See into the future to determine whether she should choose to continue living in her Para[normal]community with her mother or venture out into the “normal world” with her father. Both futures hold mystery, thrills, and of course, swoon.


{Review} Divergent by Veronica Roth (Divergent #1)

The 411: Sixteen year old Tris has to choose a group (aka faction) to belong to for the rest of her life. She leaves her home and her family to begin the grueling initiation process. Along the way, she meets and falls for a boy and finds out there’s more to her than meets the […]