Category Archives: Book Reviews

YA Romance

All book covers link to the book’s Tattered Cover page. Better Off Friends, by Elizabeth Eulberg This is a sweet read — sweet mostly in terms of how the main characters interact with each other and the secondary characters. I … Continue reading

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YA Adventure

All the book covers link to the Tattered Cover bookstore page for that book. Cold Fury, by T.M. Goeglein This is a very interesting look at what might have brought the Mafia so much success (ie, paranormal activity). I like … Continue reading

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YA Verse

All book covers link to the Tattered Cover bookstore page for that book. The Day Before, by Lisa Schroeder I really enjoyed this. I loved the poignant feel, the wisdom the two share with each other, the compassion in their … Continue reading

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YA Paranormal/Magical Realism

All the book covers link to the Tattered Cover bookstore page for that book. Sacrifice, by Brigid Kemmerer I loved this one (like all the others)! This is Michael’s story, and it was neat to get some insight into his … Continue reading

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YA Urban Fantasy

All the book covers link to the Tattered Cover bookstore page for that book. The Hunt, by Andrew Fukuda I definitely enjoyed this. I thought the premise was intriguing, and even though I’m not a fan of vampire/zombie-type stories, that … Continue reading

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YA Boy Books

All the book covers link to the Tattered Cover bookstore page for that book. Storm, by D.J. McHale This was an enjoyable sequel to the first (Sylo). I thought the tension continued throughout, and the look at the new world … Continue reading

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YA Science Fiction/Dystopic

The book covers link to The Tattered Cover (our local indie) page for that book. Mortal Danger, by Ann Aguirre I really liked this. I found both Edie and Kian very intriguing characters, and hearing how they both suffered in … Continue reading

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