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Five Feet Apart: best new movie or snooze fest?

Five Feet Apart: best new movie or snooze fest?

Natalie Sperendi, Journalist January 20, 2023

“Human touch. Our first form of communication. Safety, security, comfort, all in the gentle caress of a finger. Or the brush of lips on a soft cheek. It connects us when we're happy, bolsters us in times...

A shot of the front and back cover of Delia Owenss Where The Crawdads Sing

Where The Crawdads Sing: Worth The Time?

Zoe Sangsland, Journalist January 20, 2023

A swamp knows all about death, and doesn’t necessarily define it as tragedy, certainly not a sin.   Delia Owens’s “Where The Crawdads Sing,” a creative masterpiece, is clearly a hard-hitting...

Drawing of objects from The Inheritance Games

Money, Secrets, Romance: The Inheritance Games Has It All!

Ava Lindblade and Ryann Brooks January 20, 2023

Avery Kylie Grambs was just an average girl until she randomly inherited billions of dollars from a stranger. Or was it so random? Avery is thrown into a world of secrets and strange disinherited rich...

Movie Night With Family; Watching Oceans 11

Ocean’s 11 Showing You How to Rob a Casino

Mira Wroten December 21, 2022

When master thief Rusty calls Benedict after they rob his casino, Benedict answers with this threat:  “All right, you proved your point. You broke into my vault. Congratulations, you're a dead man.” ...

Dark Compelling and Will Leave You On The Edge Of Your Seat  Girl In Pieces

Dark Compelling and Will Leave You On The Edge Of Your Seat Girl In Pieces

Quincy Tramontin, Book Review December 21, 2022

Girl In Pieces is a novel about Charlie Davis, a 17-year-old girl who has faced lots of trauma at a young age; the death of her own father, an abusive mother who does not give her the time of day, and...

The Unhoneymooners: A Tropical Romance -- cover credit: Simon & Schuster + credit: Caroline Dergis

Fake Dating and Vacations The UnHoneymooners What Could Go Wrong?

Caroline Dergis, Journalist December 21, 2022

“A fire ignites in my chest at the thought of being here, surrounded by snow, and the smell of vomit, and the bleak landscape of unemployment while Ethan is lying poolside with a cocktail in his hand.” Ever...

Christopher Briney, left, and Lola Trung star in The Summer I Turned Pretty. Credit: Prime Video/TNS/Victoria Priola.

The Summer I turned Pretty: Novel and Netflix Show

Quincy Tramontin and Natalie Sperendi October 28, 2022

“They've always seen me as a little kid, but this summer, it's different”, 16-year old Belly Conklin is determined that this summer will be her best yet. The Summer I Turned Pretty is the first novel...

Sophia Marrs (24) Captivated by The Love Hypothesis. Credit: Mira Wroten.

Give The Love Hypothesis a Chance

Mira Wroten October 28, 2022

“I’m starting to wonder if this is what being in love is. Being okay with ripping yourself to shreds, so the other person can stay whole.” To Olive, this is what she starts to realize as she falls...

Sylvie Bleckman (#26) adamantly reading Regretting You. Credit: Casey Vigo.

You Won’t Regret Reading Regretting You

Casey Vigo and Sylvie Bleckman October 28, 2022

Colleen Hoover’s It Ends with Us, (2016) went viral on TikTok and numerous other social media platforms for being an addicting and fascinating read that leaves you on the edge of your seat. But that...

In recent years, comments by J. K. Rowling have sparked a controversy. Credit: Ellie Westhoff

Controversy Over J.K. Rowling’s Online Bigotry; is Harry Potter Still Appropriate For Young Audiences?

Ellie Westhoff May 18, 2022
There have been many accusations towards author J.K. Rowling concerning racism and classism in the Harry Potter series, and transphobia surrounding Rowling’s online comments/actions.
Sally Rooney: a Refreshing Take on Relationships in Normal People

Sally Rooney: a Refreshing Take on Relationships in Normal People

Sarina Thomas May 17, 2022

Two damaged people who long for nothing more than to be normal navigate the highs and lows of a relationship. Normal People is emotionally draining in the best way possible. Engrossing, provocative,...

Seven Husbands: A Book You Don’t Want to Miss

Seven Husbands: A Book You Don’t Want to Miss

Nati Murell May 17, 2022

“The world doesn’t give things, you take things” is one of the many inspiring quotes that stuck with me from The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo by Taylor Jenkins Reid.  What drew me in to...

Throne of Glass and A Court of Thorns and Roses Cover

Throne of Glass vs. A Court of Thorns and Roses: Which is worth the read?

Cate Howard May 10, 2022

Which series is better: Throne of Glass or A Court of Thorns and Roses? Both fantasy series center around a strong female lead with likable characters and a carefully written plot. They’re both great...

Shatter Me in the Skyline library

Shatter Me Shatters Expectations

Phoebe Spadafore May 10, 2022

Just like the title, this book will shatter your perception of young adult and dystopian novels. Juliette is cursed with the power of lethal touch. After 264 days of being locked up in an asylum alone,...

The Raven Boys: a Rich Story

Olivia Palmbos May 10, 2022

If an author can successfully hook a reader within the first sentence of their book, they're doing something right. Evidently, Maggie Stiefvater knew this, while writing The Raven Boys, the first novel...

We Were Liars: Accidentally Unknowingly Evil

Rachel Green May 10, 2022

We Were Liars by Emily Jenkins is a novel about a girl named Cadence, who gets injured and suffers a brain injury that causes her memory to fail in certain areas. She also gets sick. Her sickness –...

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