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A retelling of Agatha Christie’s classic And Then There Were None that inspires paranoia in any young adult readers and makes them question what real friendship means.
No one stays on the island once the sun leaves, but for Marin, Kana, and Line, they didn’t have a choice and they were forgotten.
Nightfall sacrifices story telling with its first person perspective by doing too much telling and not enough showing. However, the overall strength of the story itself overshadows it’s weaknesses.
Science fiction or thriller? Young adult or contemporary fiction? Can’t decide what to read next? Well take a look at what’s on my reading list for the next week and lets see if any of these picks spark your interest.
Gripping and Incredibly Terrifying, ‘Survive the Night’ is a Must Read Thriller | Review of ‘Survive the Night’
An exciting thriller, Survive the Night really pushes the reader to the edge of their seats.
The Sacred Lies of Minnow Bly is an amazing novel that will touch the readers and grab them by their emotional heartstrings. Based loosely on the Grimm fairy tale The Handless Maiden, this novel will embed the reader with strong emotions within the unforgettable imagery[…]
A heartwrenching debut by Stephanie Oakes as she rewrites an Grimm fairy tale filled with passion and heartbreak in this tale of a girl who loses her family, her identity, her hope and her hands.
Pretty Little Liars was just the beginning…
Sara Shepard has delivered an impeccable ending to the first story arc in the Pretty Little Liars series. Unbelievable, the fourth book in the series by Sara Shepard, was published on May 27 in 2008 by HarperTeen, explores and twists the coming-of-age genre, by combining it with mystery and thriller for the young adult readers. This novel reveals just who “A” was and why she did what she did, leaving the state of the girls in a mess[…]