Rocks Fall Everyone Dies is a tight YA read with a dark edge, walking a great line between sharp, edgy, and thoughtful. You’ll have fun reading it, but you’ll be left with food for thought, too.
I am unadulteratedly in love with Maureen Johnson’s Shades of London series, which takes us into a strange parallel world of ghosts that lies side by side with our own, where a secret division of the government deals with malicious, confused, and otherwise clingy presences of the past. The Shadow Cabinet is the latest entry, and it […]
Describing The Rook is a bit challenging. It’s a bit of urban fantasy, a bit of pure silliness, a bit spy novel, and all entertainment. I was reading it on the train at one point and when we hit Rockridge, the person sitting across from me in the nearly empty car clearly couldn’t restrain his curiousity any […]
Do you like books with sassy characters thrust into awkward situations with figures of evil that just keep stalking them for absolutely no good reason? Then you’ll probably like Rosemary Clement-Moore’s Brimstone, an omnibus edition of Prom Dates from Hell and Hell Week. It’s got demons, ferocious smart ladies, Evil with a capital E, and […]