An enthralling novel set in a rich fairy-tale style fantasy world, “A World without Princes” is a moving story about the perseverance of true friendship.
End Times is supposed to be a post-apocalyptic novel that follows the one true prophet named Daphne as she escapes an abusive home. But while the writers presents readers with solid characters and inner struggles, as a novel, it falls flat. Read on to see why.
“End Times” by Anna Schumacher follows young Daphne as she escapes her home in Detroit after killing her stepfather in self-defense who tried to rape her. The problem whoever is with the writing than the central plot line.
The second book in the School for Good and Evil series by Soman Chainani, “A World without Princes” creates a wonderful coming of age novel wrapped up in the fantastical genre in a fairy tale realm.
Wicked begins a new arc in the Pretty Little Liars series, but is the thrill from the mystery still there or has the story become redundant? Read this review to find out.
By: Cynthia Ayala A brief review on Jean Zimmerman’s latest novel, Savage Girl. This review evaluates the strength of the narrative as […]
The human race is dying out, fleeting out of existence. Wither, by Lauren DeStefano, explores the ramifications of genetic engineering in her novel while taking a unique take on the classic story “A Handmaidens Tale”. But does the novel warrant attention or is it better left unchecked?
Pretties is the second novel in the Uglies series written by Scott Westerfled. Published on November 1 in 2005 by Simon Pulse, the novel carries on the theme set in the first novel about the cost of unity and perfection. A well-written novel that fails as a sequel…but not by much.
A year ago HarperCollins released the School for Good and Evil by Soman Chainani, now a World Without Princes has hit the shelves. Marvelous. Heartbreaking. Spellbinding. Those are just three words that describe this novel perfectly. It’s a novel not only about friendship but also about growing up, about coming of age. Read on for the full review.
Does The Lonesome Young bring something new to the tale of feuding families and forbidden love or does just it just blend in with the other novels that take a spin on Romeo and Juliet’s tale.