Tagged: read


Thirteen Reasons Why by Jay Asher

Thirteen Reasons Why by Jay Asher is not only an interesting take on a common and upsetting topic, but it is a different type of story altogether. I have never read a book addressing the topic of suicide, and although I didn’t really enjoy this book, I was curious as to what it had to […]


After by Francine Prose

This isn’t a book you would find on  display at your local bookstore. In fact, it might not be there at all. But it should be. This book is so interesting and easy to read.  I don’t mean that it’s written at a fourth grade level either. I mean that this book is easy to […]


Looking For Alaska by John Green

After reading “The Fault in Our Stars” by John Green, I was eager to read other books he had written. I had heard great things about his book “Looking For Alaska” but I was actually somewhat disappointed by it. Basically, it’s about a boy named Miles who goes to a boarding school looking for “The […]


Divergent by Veronica Roth

After rereading Divergent by Veronica Roth, I thought that it was about time I wrote a review on this popular novel. Basically, if you haven’t read it already, the book set in a Utopian society consisting of five factions, each based on a different idea of living. When the kids in the factions turn sixteen, […]


Happy New Year!

Happy New Years everyone! Today’s review is on the book Monument 14 by Emmy Laybourne. Set in apocalyptic Colorado, Laybourne creates an intriguing story about survival, determination, and collaboration. There are fourteen elementary and high school students trapped in a local supermarket while the world outside their door is literally falling to pieces. Aside from […]


Marked by P. C. and Kristin Cast

I found this book to be very interesting and thought that the story was great! There were a lot of different conflicts and questions presented within the novel, not all of which were resolved/answered, so it definitely made room for more books in the series. This book presents a new look at the modern vampire, […]


Percy Jackson and The Olympians

This series is spectacular. I first read this series when I was in fifth or sixth grade and I am re-reading it now as a junior. The books are easy to understand for younger kids, but still highly entertaining for high school students. Percy Jackson is a sarcastic and hilarious boy who grows up only […]


Happy Thanksgiving!

Happy Thanksgiving everyone! Todays book is Code Name Verity by Elisabeth Wein. This book is about an English spy who was captured by Germans during World War II. The Nazis demand that she either tells them everything about her mission, or be executed. She ends up writing everything about her life in the British Air Force […]


Happy Hunger Games!

In honor of the new Hunger Games movie, todays review is on Catching Fire! Although this wasn’t my favorite book in the Hunger Games trilogy, it was a very worthwhile read with plenty of surprises and great details. First of all, sending the victors back into the game was a great idea because it showed […]