By: Suzanne Collins Hunger Games Trilogy Book 3 Fiction 2010 Rating: 3/5 Okay. If you don’t know what Mockingjay is by now, you have been living under a rock.
By: Ann Patchett Fiction 1992 Subject Matter: Unmarried mothers; Mothers and daughters; Nuns; Kentucky Rating: 4/5 “A fairy tale. A delight.” Not quite the words I would use, New York Times…
By: Orson Scott Card The Ender Quintet (The Ender Universe) 1977 Fiction Rating: 3/5 I’m not going to lie: I was pretty excited to read Ender’s Game. It was recently made into a movie (with a pretty killer cast), appealing… Continue Reading
By: Lev Grossman Magicians Trilogy Book 1 Fiction 2009 Subject Matter: College students; College graduates; Magic; Psychological fiction Rating: 1.5/5 The Magicians got a lot of hype. I’m not really sure why. I didn’t enjoy much at all about this… Continue Reading
By: Vera and Bill Cleaver Fiction 1969 Rating: 4/5 Where the Lilies Bloom is a classic example of Don’t Judge a Book By Its Cover. I took one look at this and thought I was going to hate it. Be… Continue Reading
By: Christopher Paolini Inheritance Cycle Book 1 Fiction 2003 Subject Matter: Fantasy; Dragons Rating: 5/5 Eragon is another one of my absolute favorites. I distinctly remember reading this one for the first time. I was in 7th grade, and I… Continue Reading
By: Madeleine L’Engle The Time Series Book 1 Fiction 1962 Rating: 5/5 I’m a little biased on this one: A Wrinkle in Time is one of my all-time favorites. I read it as a child and didn’t really understand it,… Continue Reading
By: James Patterson and Ned Rust The Daniel X Novels Book 2 Fiction 2009 Rating: 3/5 I’ll start by saying that the intended audience for Daniel X: Watch the Skies is young – maybe sixth graders or so. I’ll also… Continue Reading