book review


Lend Me Your Ears: We Review Chuck Palahniuk’s ‘Adjustment Day’

Like a lot of fans of Chuck Palahniuk, I came to know his work after Fight Club hit theaters. If you had told me that nearly 20 years later I’d be feeling the same chills and excitement from another novel of his in Adjustment Day, I’d kiss you and thank you for the spoiler. I’ve […]

Pennyroyal Academy

The Warrior Princess Of Pennyroyal Academy, Reviewed By An 11-Year-Old

This review comes to us from Maddilyn Lee, aged 11, who thoroughly enjoyed the previous two books in M.A. Larson‘s Pennyroyal Academy series. She jumped at the chance to review the third for us. From Ironbone to Leatherwolf and the only first-class Crown Company, Evie’s three years at Pennyroyal Academy come to a close. I hope […]

Bird Box Review: A Creeping, Claustrophobic Horror Novel By Josh Malerman

The other day, my boyfriend plunked a book down before me, and said I had to read it. That book, Bird Box by Josh Malerman, was an absolutely horrific treat. We’ve got an apocalypse caused by a lovecraftian horror that drives you utterly insane just by seeing it, and a story of parenting and human survival […]

Baking Our Minds: Growing Up in the New World Order

I was recently sent a copy of Growing Up in the New World Order, a light graphic novel written by Tom Hoover and illustrated by Michael Lee. I know you’re not supposed to judge a book by a cover, but I couldn’t help but do so. It features a young boy, the classic Illuminati pairing […]