Book Reviews

* Partials by Dan Wells: It seems as though YA Science Fiction is experiencing a bit of a resurgence lately. Like many other readers, I’m a little tired of the barely-dystopian trend, so it’s great to see a very firmly science-oriented book like Partials come along. Airborne viruses + survivalist action drama + human interest story is a great combination, and one I think most fans of post-apocalyptic thrillers will enjoy.(Read more)…

* The Boy in the Burning House by Tim-Wynne Jones: How does it feel to lost your father mysteriously?I mean, loosing him in just a glimpse of an eye and having no idea why did it happen?The novel, The Boy in the Burning House is an Edgar Award winner novel of Tim Wynee-Jones. A novel that revolves around the world of (Read more)…

* Everlost by Neal Shusterman: The novel was created by Neal Shusterman, Everlost a place where children age 14 under only exist. They are not just a normal bunch of children, but all of them are specifically souls. They are dead children whose souls are trap in the place somewhere between  (Read more)..

* Midnighters: The Secret Hour by Scott Westerfeild: This novel is extraordinary. Scott had written such an interesting page turner book in where he takes his readers in somewhere between reality and nightmare. The secret hour is a thrilling, action (Read more)..

* Fablehaven by Brandon Mull:  Fablehaven is one of the awesome fantasy novels out there. This first installment of the series is really promising. I cannot wait to read the next book.Reading the book is like reading one of the Harry Potter series. The book started  (Read more)..


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