Saving June

Harper has grown up in her older sister's shadow. Then one day, shortly before highschool graduation, her perfect, gorgeous, popular sister commits suicide. Finding her sister's body changes everything about her life. In a journey to find who her sister really was and to take her sister's ashes to California, sixteen year old Harper Scott,... Continue Reading →

Lost Voices

Sarah Porter's new book, ¬†Lost Voices, seems depressingly lost. Addressing the abuses of young girls at the hands of the people who should love them and take care of them, the book missed a great opportunity for empowering the young readers who may look to it. While the writing is beautifully descriptive, it rambles along... Continue Reading →

The Witches Lottery

Krystal Mclaughlin's new book The Witches Lottery provides readers of Young Adult fiction with a strong leading female and a story which revolves around the prophecy of a great female witch rather than the typical male. I enjoyed her take on the differing¬†directions of those touched with supernatural abilties and the concept of a dormant... Continue Reading →

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