Monthly Archives: March 2015

Women in Horror Month: David Simms Interviews Lauren Oliver

And now, for Women in Horror Month,  reviewer David Simms interviews Lauren Oliver.    Lauren  is the author of many YA novels, including theDelirium trilogy, Before I Fall,  and Panic (soon to be a movie). She has also written for adults (Rooms) and children( The … Continue reading

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Review: Vanishing Girls by Lauren Oliver

Young adult fiction has been getting darker and more realistic with each year.  Lauren Oliver has been at the helm for much of it, beginning with Before I Fall and followed by the immensely successful Delirium series.  While dystopian YA has been the main … Continue reading

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Review: Robot God Akamatsu by James Biggie, illustrated by Frankie B. Washington

Robot God Akamatsu is the first volume of a YA graphic novel series. Back in the days of Atlantis, humanity was protected by the titular Robot God Akamatsu and the three pilots who operated the robot god from a space … Continue reading

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Review: The Book of Dead Days by Marcus Sedgwick

In The Book of Dead Days, Marcus Sedgwick introduces us to Boy, a teenage orphan who is the servant and apprentice to a stage magician named Valerian. Valerian is on a quest to find a book that will help him get … Continue reading

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