The Midnight Library by Matt Haig

Nora wants to die. She tries to die. But she ends up in a library at midnight. It's not a typical library though. Sure there are shelves. They're lined with books. There's even a librarian. But all of the books are about her. Every book is a life she could have lived. Every version of... Continue Reading →

Beartown by Fredrik Backman

Beartown is small. It's cold. And it has hockey. When the boys' junior hockey team makes it to the semifinals and then onto the national title, there is more on the line than just a game. For a town like Beartown, winning means everything to the people... and the economy. Teens Maya and Ana are... Continue Reading →

Veronica Roth: Author Review

I'd like to feature a writer who is becoming a favorite of mine: Veronica Roth. Her writing style is enjoyable and easily digestible. I like her character development and world-building. Simply put, Veronica Roth's stories are entertaining. I decided to write about Roth and all of her works instead of choosing just one book to... Continue Reading →

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