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Book Review: Six of Crows

Book Review: Six of Crows

September 27, 2017

Book Review: Reality Boy

Ashley Chase, Editor in Chief

June 2, 2017

Filed under Books, Entertainment

The book Reality Boy by A.S. King is a story about a teenager who struggles with anger management issues due to his abuse by his psychopath sister as a child and the broadcasting of his family on reality TV. The boy in question...

Unravel Me book review

Caitlin McKeand, Staff Reporter

May 16, 2017

Filed under Books, Entertainment

Unravel Me by Tahereh Mafi is the second book in the Shatter Me trilogy and takes place after Juliette, the main character, has escaped to Omega Point, a place where people with powers such as hers are free to be who they are an...

The Mapmakers Trilogy

Caitlin McKeand, Staff Reporter

January 19, 2017

Filed under Books, Entertainment

Written by S.E. Grove, The Mapmakers Trilogy is comprised of three books: The Glass Sentence, The Crimson Skew and The Golden Specific. In the books, the reader follows Sophia Tims in Boston, 1891, who is the daughter of a line...

Of Fire and Stars book review

Caitlin McKeand, Staff Reporter

January 12, 2017

Filed under Books, Entertainment

Of Fire and Stars is Audrey Coulthurst’s debut novel published on November 22, 2016. The story revolves around Princess Dennaleia (Denna) and Princess Amaranthine (Mare) in an area called Mynaria. Denna possesses what’s called an...

Review: Always Will

Ashley Chase, Editor in Chief

January 2, 2017

Filed under Books, Entertainment

The book Always Will by Melanie Jacobsen starts out with 25 year old Hannah Becker being thrown for a loop at her longtime friend Will Herondale’s declaration to stop dating around and finally settle down and find a wife. Th...

Book Review: Steelheart

Book Review: Steelheart

November 7, 2016

Book Review: 13 Reasons Why

Ashley Chase, Assistant News Editor

June 3, 2016

Filed under Books, Entertainment

The book “Thirteen Reasons Why” by Jay Asher is a haunting tale that follows two narratives- one of a boy named Clay in the present and one of a girl named Hannah set in the recent past. One day, Clay is sent a box full o...

Book Review: Butter

Book Review: Butter

April 18, 2016

Book Review: Uprooted

April 18, 2016

The Bell Jar review

The Bell Jar review

April 4, 2016

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