"Anthropocene is a proposed term for the current geologic age, in which humans have profoundly reshaped the planet and its biodiversity." The Anthropocene Reviewed is exactly that -- John Green reviewing and rating various aspects of the Anthropocene. But Green's reviews don't sound like a Yelp! or Google review of your . . .
Morgan is a track star at her private Catholic school but is forced to transfer during her senior year when her identity is called into question. Apparently, being queer goes against the school’s code of conduct. At her new public school, Morgan is out and proud and loud about it – no one’s going to force her back into the closet ever again. But when she . . .
It's the last day of high school, which means it's Rowan's last chance to one-up her nemesis Neil McNair (AKA McNightmare). For four years they've been competing at everything -- all leading up to which one of them will become their class' valedictorian. When Neil wins the title, Rowan's last chance to best him is Howl: a senior class game that . . .
Cadence spends every summer on her family’s island. She’s the oldest of her cousins, though Johnny is only a few weeks younger. Mirren is also close in age, and the three of them become inseparable. When the cousins are eight, Johnny’s mom starts dating a man whose nephew, Gat, starts coming to the island. These four make up the Liars, and . . .
Alina Starkov is a nobody. An orphan. A mapmaker in the First Army. A skinny girl who’s not really good at much of anything. But when she’s forced into the Shadow Fold, a stretch of land covered in darkness and crawling with horrible monsters, she unleashes a dormant power to save her closest friend. She’s a Grisha, a magical being, and one . . .
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 . . .
As long as Margot can remember, it's just been her and her mother. No other family her mother will tell her about. No history. No questions asked. Their relationship is strained, to say the least. Margot wants more than what her mother has given her. So when she finds a clue that may lead her to some answers, she . . .
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 . . .
The year is 1999, and Lincoln has just started a new job working nights as an Internet Security Officer at The Courier. He didn't realize "Internet Security Office" translated to "reading people's emails." When an email gets flagged---emails that contain profanity, emails that don't pertain to work, etc.---Lincoln is supposed to send the . . .
It’s been months since the Carls have disappeared—and April May along with them. Most people think she’s dead, but her friends still have hope. Especially when they start receiving mysterious books that seem to predict the future. Andy has since become somewhat internet famous himself, speaking at conferences and online about the post-Carl . . .