Book Review: “And She Was” by Jessica Verdi
Book Reviews / March 30, 2018

Dara is a talented tennis player – talented enough to go pro if she can just find the money to enter the right tournaments. Her plans are thrown off-track when she learns that Mellie, the woman she’s always known as her mother, is transgender and technically her biological father.

Book Review: “Damselfly” by Chandra Prasad
Book Reviews / March 29, 2018

When Sam wakes up and finds herself in a jungle, it takes her a minute to realize that she’s been in a plane crash, along with the rest of her high school fencing team. She soon locates her surviving classmates, but will rescue arrive before infighting and personal trauma tear the group apart?

Book Review: “Ink” by Alice Broadway
Book Reviews / January 6, 2018

In Leora’s society, the most important moments of a person’s life are tattooed upon their skin for everyone to see. When a person dies, their skin is tanned and turned into a book of their life – to be either treasured and passed down by their family members, or destroyed if the person is judged to have lived an immoral life.

Book Review: “Don’t Cosplay with My Heart” by Cecil Castellucci
Book Reviews / January 2, 2018

Edan has always loved everything Team Tomorrow, especially Gargantua, the awesome heroine-turned-villain of the long-running comic franchise – but it’s not until the summer before her junior year of high school when she learns about the joys of attending comic conventions and cosplaying as your favorite characters.