The Raven Boys

“He strode over to the ruined church. This, Blue had discovered, was how Gansey got places – striding. Walking was for ordinary people.” Blue Sargent has a psychic mother, a trait Blue did not inherit. Instead, Blue is able to amplify readings with her presence. And she’s been told, time and time again, she will... Continue Reading →



“I want to believe that there’s more. That we could be more. Hell, we could be heroes.” Victor Vale has just escaped prison and is bent on revenge against the man who put him there, Eli Ever. Ten years ago, the two had once been friends, but after discovering ways to acquire extraordinary abilities their... Continue Reading →

Girls Made of Snow and Glass

“Weak or strong – she didn’t know what they meant anymore. Maybe they didn’t mean the same thing for everyone.” Mina isn’t just the daughter of a feared magician, but a product of his powers as well. Conflicted, Mina has learned the only way to get what she wants, specifically the King, is through her... Continue Reading →

Gather The Daughters

“Each hour, it seems, another girl shows shyly at the beach and is welcomed with kind words and shouts of “What took you so long?” The community on the island was founded by ten families, and generations later their influences and ideas still reign, especially for the daughters. Once they reach puberty they experience the... Continue Reading →

The Sun Also Rises

“Don’t you ever get the feeling that all your life is going by and you’re not taking advantage of it? Do you realize you’ve lived nearly half the time you have to live already?” Jake Barnes is an American living in Paris, having made his way there after serving in World War I, and has... Continue Reading →

The Name of the Wind

“Bones mend. Regret stays with you forever.” In a poor inn in the middle of nowhere, Kote the Innkeeper keeps busy with what few guests he gets each night since the roads have become too dangerous to use since unexplainable creatures, spider-like in form, are attacking riders and travelers. One of these victims is Chronicler... Continue Reading →

Call Me By Your Name

“It’s Oliver,” he said. He had forgotten.” Elio’s parents helped young academics revise manuscripts by letting them board at their home in Italy for six weeks. The summer Oliver came to stay Elio was 17. Call Me By Your Name by André Aciman tells the story of their attraction and eventual romance fueled by desire... Continue Reading →

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