Book Review: “The Dark Dictionary” by Andrew Kendall
Book Reviews / September 24, 2017

Andrew Kendall is wise beyond his years, and reading about his ongoing journey is very special. There’s a lot to be learned from this book – about life, about words, about circumstance, and about myself. It is definitely a book that will be kept to my heart and revisited often.

Book Review: “Nyxia” by Scott Reintgen
Book Reviews / September 13, 2017

Emmett Atwater and nine other teenagers have been selected for a very special mission. Babel Communications, a powerful technology company, needs young people to visit a recently discovered planet, Eden, and extract Nyxia – an alien natural resource with mysterious powers.

Book Review: “Shadowhouse Fall” by Daniel José Older
Book Reviews / September 12, 2017

The momentous events of the summer, during which Sierra learned the true extent of her shadowshaping powers, still loom large in Sierra’s and her friends’ minds when fall arrives. But just because a few months have gone by doesn’t mean they’ve let down their guard.

Book Review: “Apex” by Mercedes Lackey
Book Reviews / September 7, 2017

In the conclusion to the “Hunter” series, things are more tense than ever in Apex City. Joy and the other Elite responsible for keeping the Othersiders at bay are working overtime – way overtime – keeping the city safe, and the suspicious head of PsiCorps isn’t making their jobs any easier.

Book Review: “A Jigsaw of Fire and Stars” by Yaba Badoe
Book Reviews / September 6, 2017

“A Jigsaw of Fire and Stars” is a haunting contemporary debut by award-winning Ghanaian-British filmmaker Yaba Badoe. The story has a powerful, dreamlike narrative that weaves its way through a myriad of serious threats faced by Sante and her friend. Meet 14-year-old Sante, the survivor of a shipwreck, adopted daughter of traveler Mama Rose, playmate of twins Cat and Cobra, and her protector, a bird of prey named Priss.