Review | The Raven Boys by Maggie Stiefvater

For as long as she can remember, Blue Sargent has been warned by the clairvoyants in her family that she will cause her true love to die if she kisses him. Blue doesn’t doubt her family’s multiple prophesies regarding her love life, she’s just fairly dubious that she’ll ever allow herself to fall in love […]

Review | Bruiser by Neal Shusterman

Brewster, better known by his peers as ‘Bruiser,’ has always been an outcast and recluse. It isn’t until he meets Bronte in the school library, that he starts to connect and open up to someone. Shortly after Bronte and Brewster start dating, odd things start happening to Bronte. Like the sprained ankle she gets, disappears […]