Broken Drift by Adrian R. Hale | Book Review

TITLE: Broken DriftAUTHOR: Adrian R. HalePUBLICATION DATE: January 20, 2019PAGES: 412RATING: 4/5 SYNOPSIS WyattHolding on to regret is poison and I take mine straight up. Fast cars and even faster women—they're my drug of choice. Until I barely survive a crash that destroys my career. Now I'm staring my past in the face and she's … Continue reading Broken Drift by Adrian R. Hale | Book Review

Wilder Girls by Rory Power | Book Review

TITLE: Wilder GirlsAUTHOR: Rory PowerPUBLICATION DATE: July 9, 2019PAGES: 368RATING: 5/5 SYNOPSIS A feminist Lord of the Flies about three best friends living in quarantine at their island boarding school, and the lengths they go to uncover the truth of their confinement when one disappears. This fresh, new debut is a mind-bending novel unlike anything you've read … Continue reading Wilder Girls by Rory Power | Book Review

The Deceivers by Kristen Simmons | Book Review

TITLE: The DeceiversAUTHOR: Kristen SimmonsPUBLICATION DATE: February 5, 2019PAGES: 384RATING: 4/5 SYNOPSIS Welcome to Vale Hall, the school for aspiring con artists. When Brynn Hilder is recruited to Vale, it seems like the elite academy is her chance to start over, away from her mom's loser boyfriend and her rundown neighborhood. But she soon learns … Continue reading The Deceivers by Kristen Simmons | Book Review

Only a Breath Apart by Katie McGarry | Book Review

TITLE: Only a Breath ApartAUTHOR: Katie McGarryPUBLICATION DATE: January 22, 2019PAGES: 368RATING: 4/5 SYNOPSIS Jesse Lachlin is cursed. So the town folklore says, but while Jesse’s had his fair share of tragedy, the only curse he believes is in his grandmother’s will: in order to inherit his family farm he must win the approval of … Continue reading Only a Breath Apart by Katie McGarry | Book Review

Song of the Dead by Sarah Glenn Marsh | Book Review

TITLE: Song of the DeadAUTHOR: Sarah Glenn MarshPUBLICATION DATE: January 22, 2019PAGES: 416RATING: 5/5 SYNOPSIS The Dead must stay buried. Karthia is nothing like it used to be. The kingdom's borders are open for the first time in nearly three hundred years, and raising the dead has been outlawed. Odessa is determined to explore the … Continue reading Song of the Dead by Sarah Glenn Marsh | Book Review