Moving to Echo Ridge their senior year was not what twin siblings Ellery and Ezra were expecting. With their mom in rehab, their only other known family member to take care of them is their nana. Ellery and Ezra have never been to Echo Ridge before, but they know plenty about it. Their aunt went missing there at seventeen, never to . . .
Prince Tal, the fourth child of five to the Queen of Harth, is setting out on his coming-of-age tour. He’s spent almost his entire life hidden away because of his secret: Tal has magic, and if the kingdom knew, it could start a war. Tal’s tour quickly turns interesting when they come across a burning ship, abandoned save for a chest of gold and a prisoner named . . .
Penny is ready with a capital R to go to college. She’s never been very good at making friends, so the only two people she’s leaving behind are her mom (who is more like the irresponsible child than Penny) and her boyfriend (who she’s not really that into). She can’t wait to escape to Austin, Texas and start living her actual life. Sam is stuck. He works at . . .
Lizzie Bennet wants desperately to work for her father’s law firm. Though she assists in proofreading and organizing, she wants instead to solve crimes and actually receive credit for her work, instead of the glory falling upon the dreadful Mr. Collins, who is set to inherit when her father steps down. Mr. Bennet strikes a deal with Lizzie: if she can prove to him that she can . . .
Hey guys! Happy Saturday. I know this post is extremely late this year--usually I'd post my anticipated reads within the first week of the year, but I got a little sidetracked this time around. Sorry! January is almost over, but I've still got a long list of anticipated 2021 releases that I think you guys should take a . . .
It’s 1983 and summer has come to an end. In Malibu, that means one thing: the annual Riva end-of-summer party, where wild things are guaranteed to happen every year. But this year, the four Riva siblings have a lot going on. Nina, surfer and supermodel, has just been abandoned by her husband. Jay, championship . . .
“He was a book, and he was holding his final pages, and he wanted to get to the end to find out how it went, and he didn’t want it to be over.” Everything is coming full circle. Everything is coming to a close. And no one is safe.
School has started again, but it’s last on everyone’s list of priorities. Blue’s mother has gone to find Artemus, Blue’s birth father, and finding her is all Blue can think about. But the quest for Glendower does not stop. At the same time, the Gray Man’s former employer, Colin Greenmantle, has taken up residence in Henrietta as . . .
Offred is a Handmaid in the Republic of Gilead, the totalitarian and theocratic rule that has replaced the government of the United States. Women can no longer have jobs, own money, read or write, or do much of anything anymore, other than what they've been assigned. Handmaids are assigned to . . .
Evie and her best friend Caleb attend a boarding school for gifted students. While Evie excels at mathematics, Caleb is a skilled programmer. Evie wants desperately to submit her mathematics project to a big conference but is hindered by her extreme stage fright and social anxiety. Caleb has always been . . .