Review: Green Angel by Alice Hoffman

Green Angel is without a doubt a post-apocalyptic fairy tale. Green lives with her family on a farm until the day that they go into town to sell their goods and leave Green behind to watch the farm. Disaster strikes and there is no doubt that her family will never return. So Green tries to […]

Review: 20 Boy Summer by Sarah Ockler

]Twenty Boy Summer, a YA novel about two girls struggling to come to terms with the death of their best friend, hits like a most beautifully wrapped ton of bricks. Frankie and Anna are best friends, journeying on a spectacular trip to California. Last year Frankie’s older brother Matt spend a dazzling month secretly dating […]

Review: I Kissed a Zombie (And I Liked It) by Adam Selzer

Ali Rhodes is the quintessential teenage curmudgeon. Music reviewer for her school paper and notorious snark queen she’s the last person to fall for trends and scams–or in love. But at a local show she meets a guy who is tall, Goth and handsome, and who knows how to sing with soul. It’s just too […]

Sweetblood by Pete Hautman

Simon & Schuster Children’s Publishing, June, 2003 ISBN: 0689850484 Available: New and Used Lucy was diagnosed with diabetes as a child and is dependent on insulin to keep her condition in check. Lucy has always had an interest in vampires and spends her time on vampire message boards looking to talk with the mysterious person […]