Book Review: “No Good Deed” By Goldy Moldavsky
Book Reviews / June 12, 2017

It’s been just over a year since author Goldy Moldavsky’s debut novel “Kill the Boy Band” was published, and now she’s back with her follow up “No Good Deed”. Though “No Good Deed” isn’t a sequel to “Kill the Boy Band”, it does take place in the same universe, and readers of Moldavsky’s first novel will enjoy nods to it in her second work.

Book Review: “Umberland” by Wendy Spinale
Book Reviews / May 11, 2017

In the sequel to “Everland”, author Wendy Spinale takes us back to her steampunk alternate universe, where the world has been ravaged by a mysterious disease. Joining Gwen and Pete on the continuation of their adventures is Duchess Alyssa, determined to save the realm after the Queen of England is brought down by the sickness, and Maddox Hatter, the enigmatic gardener she’s not sure she can trust.

Book Review: “The Lines We Cross” by Randa Abdel-Fattah
Book Reviews / May 9, 2017

Michael’s parents are the founders of Aussie Values, a fringe political party dedicated to keeping refugees from arriving in Australia illegally. Mina, the new girl at school, openly challenges his assumptions about illegal immigrants in class – and is breathtakingly beautiful. Can she change his mind? Can Michael bring himself to defy his parents’ political beliefs?

Book Review: “Lois Lane: Triple Threat” by Gwenda Bond
Book Reviews / May 3, 2017

Lois Lane is back! When teenagers with superpowers start popping up across Metropolis, Lois knows she’s got her next big scoop. If that wasn’t enough to keep her busy, she soon learns that SmallvilleGuy is coming to town, which means that she’s finally going to meet him in person – and learn his name.

Book Review: “Stranger Than Fanfiction” by Chris Colfer
Book Reviews / April 9, 2017

When young celebrity Cash Carter joins a group of fans on a pre-college road trip unexpectedly, they think they’ve won the lottery. Their idol, however, proves to be human like the rest of them, bringing long-hidden secrets out into the light, which will change their lives forever.

Book Review: “Hearts & Other Body Parts” by Ira Bloom
Book Reviews / April 6, 2017

Esme, Katy, and Veronica are sisters who just happen to be witches, but that doesn’t really prepare them for the arrival of two new and unusual boys – Norman, whose giant body seems to be held together with bolts, and Zack, who has a sun allergy and seems to be flirting with every girl in school.