Book Reviews

‘History Is All You Left Me’ book review: A poignant story of love and loss

Adam Silvera’s sophomore novel, History Is All You Left Me, is the story of a boy who’s heart was broken by the death of his ex-boyfriend, and he finds comfort in the most unexpected person.

‘Jim Henson’s Labyrinth Artist Tribute’ book review: A stunning return to the maze

Jim Henson’s Labyrinth Artist Tribute is a beautiful salute to an iconic film, its creator, and its stars.

Book review: ‘Born a Crime’ by Trevor Noah is equal parts hilarious and insightful

Daily Show host Trevor Noah takes his experiences growing up in South Africa and puts them together in Born a Crime for our entertainment and enlightenment.

‘Fire in You’ by Jennifer L. Armentrout review: The perfect goodbye to the Wait For You saga

New Jen Armentrout books bring a joy all their own, but when they also bring about the close of one of my favorite series of hers? It’s the slightest bit bittersweet as well.

‘Atlantis Lost’ by T.A. Barron chronicles the demise of the mythological island

Atlantis Lost is the final book in the Merlin Saga author’s latest series, which showed us the rise and fall of a place that now only exists in story.

‘The Amateurs’ book review: A must read for ‘Pretty Little Liars’ fans

If you’re looking for something to get you through the long Pretty Little Liars hiatus, Sara Shepard’s latest novel, The Amateurs is just the fix you need.

‘I See You’ book review: Love is anything but easy

There are a few things you can expect from pretty much any Molly McAdams book: love, tears, heart-wrenching drama, and a few more tears. I See You doesn’t disappoint.

‘Blood for Blood’ book review: An exciting conclusion to a great series

Just when you thought Ryan Graudin’s Wolf by Wolf series couldn’t get any more intense, Blood for Blood (the series’ exciting conclusion) comes around and hits you where it hurts.

‘Twisted Palace’ book review: Erin Watt delivers in The Royals final chapter

Paper Princess left us more than a little pissed with Reed Royal, and Broken Prince left us wondering if we knew him at all. Twisted Palace finally gives us all the answers we crave.