Tag Archives: YA

Review of Eve by Anna Carey

Eve is a dystopian novel set 16 years after most of the people on earth were wiped out by a virus. Eve lives in a well guarded school with girls, being educated in various classes such as Dangers of Men … Continue reading

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Review of Hana By Lauren Oliver

This short novella serves as perfect bridge between Delirium and Pandemonium by filling in gaps from Delirium and whetting your appetite for Pandemonium. In Delirium Hana seemed so perfect, even when she was rebelling and going to the underground parties … Continue reading

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Crossed by Ally Condie

Crossed by Ally Condie is the sequel to Matched. In Matched we learned about the Society that Cassia lives in that controls every aspect of her life- what she eats, what she wears, her education and eventual career- even who … Continue reading

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Variant by Robison Wells

It’s so hard to review a book like Variant. I want to give enough information on the book to pique your interest but not so much information that it ruins the book for you. The copy of Variant that I … Continue reading

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Hunger by Michael Grant

Hunger is the second book in the Gone series by Michael Grant. In Gone, the first book of the series, everyone over the age of fifteen suddenly disappears and the kids find themselves caught in a 20 mile radius by … Continue reading

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Across the Universe

I finished reading Across the Universe by Beth Revis last month and realized I had never posted the review so here it is. Amy is cryogenically frozen (a process that was described so vividly I had tears in my eyes … Continue reading

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Review of Gone by Michael Grant

What would you do if all of the adults in your life disappeared without a trace? Parents, teachers, bus drivers, police officers and shop keepers- all gone.  Gone by Michael Grant explores what happens when everyone over the age of … Continue reading

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Review of Delirium by Lauren Oliver

Finally finished Delirium by Lauren Oliver. O.K, I finished it days ago but I’ve been too lazy to write a review for it. I had heard a lot of hype, praise and good reviews for both Delirium and Before I … Continue reading

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Survive the Scorch

Currently addicted to an online game called “Survive the Scorch“. It’s a pretty simple online game: use the arrow keys and the space bar to grab coins and point boosters, run and kill the bad guys. You’ve gotta be quick … Continue reading

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Delirium by Lauren Oliver

I’m currently reading Delirium by Lauren Oliver. After being slightly disappointed by Before I Fall by Lauren Oliver I wasn’t really looking forward to reading this book but I was hooked on it as soon as I started. I started … Continue reading

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