{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 […]


{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.