REVIEW: ALL THE DIRTY PARTS
On account of it being slim, people might miss just how huge Daniel Handler's new novel is, how dexterously it dramatizes the initially confusing, usually tangled, always foundational problems of sex. What may seem regressive at first blush becomes profoundly progressive.
Review: Generation One
This book would appeal to young adults of any gender and the story itself is well mapped out, surprising you at unexpected moments.
Review: The Hate U Give
Angie Thomas has written a story with a complex topic and told it in such as way that it can be understood by young readers.
Review: Ramona Blue
Ramona thinks that her life is a set course, until her childhood friend Freddie comes along.
Review: Gem & Dixie
Sometimes you just have to put your own needs first, take a difficult first step, and leave things behind in order to move forward.