The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue | book review

Adeline LaRue is born in 1691 in Villon, France. She was born here, she will live here, and she will die here, buried in a ten by ten plot with the rest of her family, generations before her. She will marry, have children, be the best wife and mother she can be. But Addie doesn't want this life for herself. She wants to see . . .

Malorie (Bird Box, #2) | book review

It's been seventeen years since the creatures arrived. Twelve since Malorie and her children arrived at the The Jane Tucker School for the Blind, and ten years since they were forced to leave it. Malorie's children, Tom and Olympia, are sixteen now, and living under their mother's harsh rules and strict reality has left them wanting more than just to . . .

This Coven Won’t Break | book review

It’s Hannah’s senior year of high school, but instead of worrying about dances and homework and friends, she’s planning to take down the Hunters before they can take away her magic. It comes to light that the Hunters have discovered a way to take out entire covens all at once, and Hannah is desperate to help the Clans save everyone’s magic. But this is a . . .

One of Us Is Lying | book review

Five teens, who couldn’t be more different from one another, wind up together in detention: Nate, the drug dealer who’s on probation; Bronwyn, the future valedictorian; Cooper, Bayview High’s star baseball pitcher; Addie, the popular girl with the popular boyfriend; and Simon, the creator of Bayview’s notorious gossip app, where he spills the secrets of all his classmates, sometimes . . .

Codename Villanelle | book review

Oxana was going to die for the murders she committed, avenging her father. But a powerful organization known as the 12 spares her life, only to recruit her as one of their skilled assassins. Now called Villanelle, she hunts and kills the world's richest and most powerful. Eve works for MI5, until an influential politician is murdered on her watch. Now she's been recruited, on . . .

The Magician’s Land | book review

Quentin Coldwater finds himself back at Brakebills, back where it all began. This time, however, as a professor. He's thirty years old and has been cast out of Fillory, the only place he truly felt he belonged. But it's time let all of that go, start over, start his new life back on Earth. But it seems he can't put that all behind him, not yet. Something's wrong in . . .