The Edge of Everything tempers an absorbing romantic plotline with gritty realism and characters who sign with life.
Author: Dr. Jen Harrison
Under Rose-Tainted Skies, by Louise Gornall, is touching, poignant, and funny.
The Radius of Us blends a heart-wrenching portrayal of real teen relationships with striking social commentary.
Textbook Amy Krouse Rosenthal is unconventional, crazy, and lovely. It beats any self-motivational or meditative text I have before encountered.
Life in a Fishbowl, by Len Vlahos, is a rollercoaster ride through human nature. Mixing pathos and humor, it is both enjoyable and inspirational to read.
How to Hang a Witch transforms the rich history of Salem into a story which is not only a gripping ghost thriller, but also an insightful exploration of family, history, and relationships.
How important is it to make sure that the dialogue in the books we recommend to children and young adults sings with originality and freshness?
For lovers of young adult dystopia, The Rains: A Novel, by Greg Hurwitz, is a must-read.
Told from the perspective of the dead Viking Devil Alfarin, this latest offering in the series mixes Viking history and culture with a literary and mythological history of Hell, all rolled up in a gripping adventure story.
Skipping through time and space, The Devil’s Dreamcatcher is a wonderfully rich portrayal of the traditional battleground of good and evil.