All posts tagged in young adult books

  • December 10, 2019By Nadia Bey

    Imagine that you arrive home one day to find a large storybook on your front doorstep. However, upon looking closer, you discover that it’s not a storybook – it’s the Once Upon A Book Club box! https://www.instagram.com/p/B5qntFQgGu1/   Once Upon A Book Club is a book subscription box that aims to create a more interactive

  • March 19, 2019By Lucy Parry

    This article contains spoilers from the “Six of Crows” Duology and the “Shadow and Bone” Trilogy Leigh Bardugo throws caution to the wind with King of Scars as she assumes that the book’s readers have read her other two series. I would say that you have to read the Shadow and Bone Trilogy before reading this book

  • January 17, 2019By Lucy Parry

    Recently, Deadline exclusively revealed that Netflix has greenlighted an 8 episode first season of an adaption of Leigh Bardugo’s hugely successful Shadow and Bone trilogy and Six of Crows duology, which are set in the same world. The TV series, which is named Shadow and Bone, will be in the hands of showrunner Eric Heisserer, who has written many

  • December 7, 2018By Lucy Parry

    Both of the books in the Six of Crows duology are truly incredible. The main fantasy element in this series comes in the form of Grisha. Grisha are people who have special abilities; these abilities mean they are indentured (enslaved) in some countries and persecuted in others. There are six different types of Grisha: Heartrenders can manipulate bodies

  • June 12, 2018By Alice Vivian Ao

    The literary world has seen its fair share of timeless classics and overnight bestsellers through the years. However, nearly all of these famous literary bestsellers share one thing in common—they were penned by white authors. Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol and J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter series have become holiday favorites while Agatha Christie’s Murder on the Orient

  • January 29, 2018By Molly Cuddy

    None of the Above by I.W. Gregorio is an important book that deserves to be talked about more. Published in 2015, it deals with heavy topics I had personally never seen discussed in a book. This novel tells the compelling story of Kristin Lattimer, who lives a seemingly normal and healthy life. She is homecoming

  • December 26, 2017By Molly Cuddy

    It’s safe to say 2017 was a year of great book releases. Between Strange The Dreamer by Laini Taylor, History is All You Left Me by Adam Silvera and Turtles All The Way Down by John Green, it’s hard to beat 2017 books. And we can’t forget The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas —