A literary review of the Young Adult fantasy novel "Soundless" by Richelle Mead.
A spoiler-free literary review of the Young Adult novel by Scott Sigler.
A literary and editorial review of the young adult fantasy novel Truthwitch by Susan Dennard, including a personality test. Which Truthwitch character are you?
A review of the Young Adult novel Six of Crows by Keigh Bardugo
A review of the science fiction novel The Martian by Andy Weir.
A review of J.A. White's The Thickety, a young adult fantasy novel.
A summary of S. Alex Martin's New Adult science fiction novel, Embassy.
A review of Jesse Andrew's novel Me and Earl and The Dying Girl, now a major motion picture.
A summary and review of Stacey Jay's Of Beast and Beauty, a retelling of the classic Beauty and the Beast.
A review and facts about Hans Christian Andersen's Fairy Tales--and a comparative look at the original Snow Queen and Disney's "Frozen."
7 Facts about Peter Pan by J.M. Barrie that didn't make it into the Disney Film
A look into Michael Grant's Messenger of Fear and the dark, moral questions the text raises about justice, revenge, and loss.
A review over the dystopian novel The Murder Complex by Lindsay Cummings
Meet the woman who outsold Arthur Conan Doyle and other famous writers in her time with her unique science-fiction novels.
A review of Claire Legrand's latest YA fantasy novel, Winterspell.
Facts and Review over the original Pinocchio by Carlo Collodi
A review on The Fall by Bethany Grffin, a retelling of Edgar Allan Poe's The Fall of the House of Usher
Bestselling author of the Bartimaeus Trilogy Jonathan Stroud debuts another young adult series, Lockwood & Co. Did it hold up to expectations?
A review of Sherry Thomas's The Burning Sky, the first in a series of YA fantasy novels.
A look at So Well Remembered by James Hilton, a novel written during the second World War
A list of awesome animated movies to watch this upcoming Halloween. I provided trailers or movie clips to each, in no particular order. Enjoy!
A comparison between the book, Coraline by Neil Gaiman and the movie, screenplay by Henry Selick.
A review of A.G Howard's Splintered and a few words on today's YA tropes that are just don't make any sense.
There is a lot of mystery surrounding the Grimm brothers and their dark, twisted fairy tales. Hopefully this article can shed some light on their story...
A lot of books have been written and forgotten throughout time. It's time we gave good--and bad--old books their due, and gave them a few more looks.
Most people skim over books or immediately hop onto SparkNotes when assigned a book. There are some books that teachers actually know what they're talking about when they say you should read them.
A review on Grave Mercy by Robin LaFevers and the new niche in teen fiction--dark fantasy with female protagonists. aka, the next few years are going to have some awesomely dark books!
Don't shoot the messenger! My opinion on why Disney's Frozen fell short compared to this day and age's many rich children's films.