Monthly Archives: March 2016

The Girl from Everywhere (The Girl From Everywhere, #1) by Heidi Heilig

TJ Burns — March 31, 2016 Time travel? — check! Strong (or getting there) female lead? — check! Entertaining and supportive sidekick/perhaps future love interest? — check! Amusing supporting characters? — check! Sailboat? — check! Mysterious guy on the shore? … Continue reading

Posted in Fantasy/Science Fiction, Young Adult | Leave a comment

Zero Day by Jan Gangsei

TJ Burns — March 19, 2016 Thrilling, well-written, and suspenseful, Zero Game pulled me right into the drama and kept me guessing at every turn. Ms. Gangsei gave me just enough tidbits of information that I could make some educated … Continue reading

Posted in Mystery/Thriller/Suspense, Young Adult | Leave a comment

Xander and the Lost Island of Monsters (Momotaro, #1) by Margaret Dilloway, Choong Yoon (Illustrator)

TJ Burns — March 18, 2016 I was thoroughly entertained throughout this entire book. I love the story of an unlikely hero – and I can’t imagine a more unlikely hero than Xander (at least in the way he has … Continue reading

Posted in Fantasy/Science Fiction, Middle Grade, Young Adult | Leave a comment

Keeper (The Morphid Chronicles #1) by Ingrid Seymour

TJ Burns — March 13, 2016 Wow! Just wow! Loved it! Keeper has everything I look for in a young-adult, fantasy novel: A creative and unusual premise; interesting and distinctive characters, who experience loads of character growth; fun and intelligent … Continue reading

Posted in Fantasy/Science Fiction, Young Adult | Leave a comment

Flawed (Flawed, #1) by Cecelia Ahern

TJ Burns — March 10, 2016 I loved this book! Flawed grabbed my attention, pulled me in, and got me thinking right from the start. A Flawless World From the very first pages, I found Flawed intriguing and simultaneously disturbing, … Continue reading

Posted in Fantasy/Science Fiction, Young Adult | Leave a comment