Monthly Archives: June 2016

The Way to Game the Walk of Shame by Jenn P. Nguyen

TJ Burns — June 30, 2016 The Way to Game the Walk of Shame pulled me right in! I thought the premise was extremely original. Overachieving “ice-queen,” who is too ambitious and driven to worry about high school politics or … Continue reading

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Holding Smoke by Elle Cosimano

TJ Burns — June 30, 2016 Gripping, exciting, well-written, Holding Smoke pulled me right in and wouldn’t let me go. I had a stake in not only the main character’s life, but also in all the quirky side characters’ lives. … Continue reading

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The Unexpected Everything by Morgan Matson

TJ Burns — June 26, 2016 I absolutely loved The Unexpected Everything, which I have to say was most… unexpected. What I first thought was going to be a rather superficial high-school story turned out to be a rather complex … Continue reading

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The Loose Ends List by Carrie Firestone

TJ Burns — June 24, 2016 The Loose Ends List is utterly brilliant! The writing is so descriptive, metaphoric, and beautiful. The premise is original, creative, and so off-the-wall unexpected. This story jolted me from one feeling to the next … Continue reading

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Diary of Anna the Girl Witch: Foundling Witch by Max Candee

TJ Burns — June 9, 2016 Diary of Anna the Girl Witch: Foundling Witch is a fun and exciting middle grade adventure. I liked Anna from the start. She’s an independent, confident, and good-hearted thirteen year old, who, during the … Continue reading

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