Since Simon died last year, a ton of copycat gossip apps have popped up at Bayview High. But none have been as successful as About That. With Simon gone, the gossip mill has run dry. Until a texted-based Truth or Dare game starts. And students at Bayview High are once again the targets. Phoebe is up first—and when . . .
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 . . .
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 . . .
Mia is on the run---per usual. She's just become the victor of the greatest game in the Republic. She's also just become the most wanted assassin of the Republic after murdering Duomo and (who she thought was) Sceva. Now, with her bratty brother Jonnen in tow, she must escape Godsgrave without getting killed by Luminatii soldiers, Red . . .
Top Ten Tuesday was created by The Broke and the Bookish in June of 2010 and was moved to That Artsy Reader Girl in January of 2018. It was born of a love of lists, a love of books, and a desire to bring bookish friends together. This week: Authors I've Read the Most Books By. This was a really fun topic! I enjoyed seeing the numbers. But I did . . .
I was only fourteen years old when I first read The Hunger Games. I had recently discovered a love for young adult fiction. And at that time, YA dystopias were all the rage. So of course I devoured as many as I could get my hands on: the Divergent series, The Maze Runner books...and The Hunger Games trilogy. Though I loved Divergent, and there's a special place . . .
I love a good series. Who doesn't? I've recently started reading a bunch of series and have been plowing through them in record time---Simon Snow, Shades of Magic, Chaos Walking, and To All the Boys I've Loved Before, to name a few. These series are amazing. The stories are interesting enough to warrant 3+ books. Fantasy and sci-fi do . . .
It all started with a love letter. Now, Peter and Lara Jean are about to graduate high school. Peter got into UVA for lacrosse, and since Lara Jean has always loved UVA's campus, all she has to do is wait for her acceptance letter, too. But when something unexpected happens, Lara Jean isn't sure how her future will play out anymore. She still has . . .
All Stevie Bell wanted to do was solve the old Ellingham mystery. Instead, she becomes faced with real, present-day mysteries—three, to be exact—that all seem to be connected to each other somehow. And the more Stevie looks into it, the more she believes they’re also related to the murders of . . .
War has come. And not just between the Mayor and the Mistress, but between humans and the Spackle. And in the middle of it all remains Todd and Viola, who both want peace---between everyone---but have no idea how to achieve it. As all hell breaks loose, and Todd and Viola aren't even sure if they can trust one . . .