The Last Graduate | book review

It’s El’s final year in the Scholomance. As if last year wasn’t strange enough---actually making friends and falling for a boy and, oh, no big deal, just saving the entire senior class graduate---this year proves to be even more odd. Now that it’s El’s turn to start planning how she and her alliance will make it out alive, it feels like the Scholomance is . . .

All of Us Villains | book review

Every generation, a secret magickal Tournament is held to determine which of the seven most powerful families in Ilvernath will take control of the high magick. Each family puts forth their Champion to compete in the Tournament—but only one will make it out alive. This year, things are different. Ever since someone published a salacious tell-all history . . .

One of Us is Lying (S1) | adaptation 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 . . .

You’ll Be the Death of Me | book review

When they were younger, Ivy, Mateo, and Cal – three students who had never hung out before – all skipped out on a field trip to explore the city. Their daring escape cemented their friendship, until they drifted apart at the start of high school. Now, during a chance meet-up in the parking lot, the three decide to skip school and go back to the city where they . . .

The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo | book review

Monique Grant's life isn't exactly going the way she planned. Her husband left her, and she's a little-known journalist writing fluff pieces for a magazine. So when Hollywood icon Evelyn Hugo asks her to pen her biography, everyone is shocked -- including Monique. But this is the chance of a lifetime, so she listens in fascination as Evelyn tells the . . .

There’s Someone Inside Your House | adaptation review

Makani Young was forced to leave her life in Hawaii behind after a terrible accident. She now lives with her grandmother in Osborne, Nebraska—basically, a giant cornfield, the most boring place on the planet. That is, until Makani’s classmates start turning up dead, with some of their darkest secrets being broadcast to the entire . . .