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 . . .

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 . . .

You | book review

When a beautiful woman wanders into the bookstore where Joe works, he is immediately obsessed with her. He must know her name. He Googles the name on her credit card, and he's in luck: only 1 Guinevere Beck shows up in NYC. Even better, Beck (as her friends call her) has a public Facebook page and a ridiculously active Twitter . . .

There’s Someone Inside Your House | book review

Makani Young was forced to leave her life behind in Hawaii after a terrible accident. She now lives with her grandmother in Osborne, Nebraska---basically, a giant corn field, the most boring place on the planet. That is, until Makani's classmates start turning up dead. And not just dead---horribly, disgustingly mutilated. Makani and ...