{Review} Shutdown by Heather Anastasiu

The less-than-desirable happenings in the conclusion to what started out as one of our favorite series makes us wish for better days. And more swoon. Always more swoon.


{Review} Override by Heather Anastasiu

A solid continuation to what is quickly shaping up to being one of our favorite series, Override by Heather Anastasiu will leave you on the edge of your seats until the very last page.


{Review} Glitch by Heather Anastasiu

Fast-paced and full of surprises, Glitch is a must-read for all dystopian fans.


{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} Eleanor & Park by Rainbow Rowell

The 411: Eleanor and Park are two high school misfits trying to find their way through life. When they find each other they get more than they ever imagined. A beautiful teenage love story filled with laughter, tears, and plenty of swooning.