Hey readers! So my aunt and I went to Octavia Books today for the ‘Mirror in the Sky’ by Aditi Khorana Book Signing! There was a q/a before the signing in which we got to hear Aditi speak and it was truly moving and also inpsiring. Not only was our day fun, and was the … Continue reading Meeting Aditi Khorana!
“How to Hang a Witch” is the phenomenal novel from debut author Adriana Mather! The story is unlike any I have read before, and I found myself turning the pages like a mad man, totally consumed by this book. Mather’s story is a unique look into the world of Salem, and one girls journey into … Continue reading “How to Hang a Witch” Book Review!
I cannot thank Justine Magazine enough for my wonderful job that has granted me all these ARCS. I received, and to my delight, and ARC of “The King Slayer” by Virginia Boecker. “The King Slayer” is the sequel that “slays”, as it picks up from where former witch hunter Elizabeth Grey’s story left off in … Continue reading “The King Slayer” Book Review
Cindy Pon is the author of the YA fantasy novel Serpentine, as well as two Kingdom of Xia novels, Silver Phoenix and Fury of the Phoenix. Her stories bring rich, diverse characters and settings to YA literature. As a student of Chinese brush art, Cindy is also working on her first picture book for … Continue reading Interview with Cindy Pon
Words cannot describe how much I absolutely, and utterly adored this book! Claudia Gray below me away yet again in this sequel to ‘A Thousand Pieces of You ’; Ten Thousand Skies Above You. I was thrilled to read this book, and I wasn’t disappointed! Gray manage to enrapture me … Continue reading Ten Thousand Skies Above You REVIEW!
(4 out of 5 stars | Recommended) In the ancient Chinese Kingdom of Xia, Skybright has been a handmaid and companion to Zhen Ni her whole life. Despite Skybright’s role as a servant, her relationship with Zhen Ni has been closer to that of a sister. Continue reading Review: Serpentine by Cindy Pon
Greg Gaines is a teenage boy who lives his life on the edges: the edge of social groups, the edge of family relationships, and the edge of his own emotions. He expends so much mental energy trying to avoid being rejected that he misses creating personal connections with everyone around him. Continue reading Review: Me and Earl and the Dying Girl
Rapture Practice is Aaron Hartzler’s memoir about growing up gay in an evangelical family. Aaron is a boy who is ready to “blastoff” straight up to heaven when Jesus returns to reward his faithful servants. Along with the rest of his family, Continue reading Review: Rapture Practice