Tag Archives: YA

Review: Cinder by Marissa Meyer

I tore through the pages of Cinder by Marissa Meyer. And for good reason. Cinder follows the titular character, a cyborg living in a futuristic Asia put to work¬†by her legal guardian and ignored by most everyone else. But once … Continue reading

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Catching Fire Film Review

By Meg Cook Okay, so I know this is ridiculously late, but I wanted to post it anyway. For those of you who haven’t read/watched Catching Fire, SPOILER ALERT! Stop reading this review and go read Catching Fire immediately! I … Continue reading

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Turn On and Be Not Alone: Rock Stars, Writers, and Men Named David

At 17, I was a sad scribbler of overwrought rhyming poetry, a talentless back row chorus girl in the annual spring musical, a closet nerd who compulsively taped reruns of The X-Files off the Scifi Channel. I was pretty sure … Continue reading

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The Madness Underneath by Maureen Johnson

Disclaimer 1: Maureen gave me (and everyone who preordered this book) free stickers. I’m not saying this swayed my review, but I am saying that I’ve never openly disliked anything that left me with a pocketful of stickers[1] ¬†Disclaimer 2: … Continue reading

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