Articles Posted in the " Books " Category


  • Everyone Has a Secret in “Tell Me No Lies”

    Adele Griffin’s Tell Me No Lies is an honest look at the lengths people will go to (especially in high school) to find a place where they feel like they belong. Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged.


  • Book Review: The Summer of Us by Cecilia Vinesse

    The summer before their freshman year of college, five friends journey from London on a ten-day cross-continent trip. In The Summer of Us, Europe is mostly a backdrop as these friends discover that growing up sometimes means growing apart. Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged.


  • Dark Tales: The Call of Cthulhu – Graphic Novel Review

    Dark Tales: The Call of Cthulhu from Canterbury Classics is an adaptation of H.P. Lovecraft’s famous tale. The illustrations are by Dave Shepard. If you haven’t read the original, this graphic novel is a good place to start. Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged.


  • Dark Tales: Beauty and the Beast – Graphic Novel Review

    We are all familiar with the tale of Beauty and the Beast. That’s why I was looking forward to seeing what Dark Tales: Beauty and the Beast (A Modern Retelling) graphic novel from Canterbury Classics brought to the table. And I have to say, I was quite impressed. Read our before commenting. Please do not copy […]



  • Hulu to Adapt “Looking for Alaska” As Limited-Run Series

    John Green’s debut novel Looking for Alaska was optioned in 2005 to be adapted into a film, but after several false starts, it seemed that a movie adaptation was going nowhere. Yesterday, it was announced that Josh Schwartz – the man behind Gossip Girl, The O.C., and Marvel’s Runaways – will be bringing the story to Hulu. Read our before commenting. […]



  • It’s Your Universe by Ashley Eckstein: A Tale to Inspire

    I’ll be honest, I don’t read many memoirs – they just aren’t my style – but when I heard about Ashley Eckstein’s new book, It’s Your Universe, I knew I had to have it. I was lucky enough to receive a review copy from the publisher, and while it wasn’t quite what I expected, I […]


  • “Ship It” Sounds Cute but May Actually Do Shippers a Disservice

    I was really excited about Britta Lundin’s Ship It, a YA novel heavily focused on fandom and convention culture featuring an LGBTQ+ romance. Unfortunately, I was incredibly disappointed with the characters and the way fandom – particularly shippers – were presented. It is a good starting off point for a much-needed discussion about entitlement in fandom, […]