Review: The Secret History by Donna Tartt

The Secret History released in 1992, but it’s been popular recently. We stumbled upon this book online, which has high praise and a dedicated following. In fact, with the dark academia trend, The Secret History has become an important text. People are enthralled by the New England college setting, the group of classics students andContinue reading “Review: The Secret History by Donna Tartt”

Review: The Counselors by Jessica Goodman

Goldie Easton can’t wait to spend her summer as a counselor at Camp Alpine Lake in Vermont. Every year since she was eight, Goldie and her two best friends Ava Cantor and Imogen spend two months together at elite summer destination. While Ava and Imogen are part of the elite clientele of Stu and Mellie,Continue reading “Review: The Counselors by Jessica Goodman”

Karen McManus’s YA Books Ranked

If you read our blog, you know we love Karen McManus’s YA books and have read all of them. She is one of our auto-buy authors and we can’t wait to read more of her mysteries/thrillers. We plan on updating this post when McManus releases her next book! Are you a McManus fan? Let usContinue reading “Karen McManus’s YA Books Ranked”

December 2021 Mini-Reviews

Review: How Moon Fuentez Fell in Love with the Universe by Raquel Vasquez Gilliland Moon Fuentez spent her whole life feeling like the ugly duckling compared to her sister Star’s Disney Princess aesthetic Then Star is chosen to go on a tour for Fotogram influencers and Moon is forced to go along and sell merchandise.Continue reading “December 2021 Mini-Reviews”

Review: These Deadly Games by Diana Urban

*We received this book in exchange for an honest review.*  Crystal Donovan and her five best friends are all preparing for a tournament for MortalDusk, a videogame that could win them all a lot of money. But the Friday before the weekend tournament, Crystal gets a message from an anonymous person from a messenger appContinue reading “Review: These Deadly Games by Diana Urban”

YA Books Set in New England

So many of our favorite books are set in New England. The six states (Massachusetts, Maine, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Vermont and New Hampshire) are the perfect setting for a murder mystery or a contemporary romance. What are your favorite books set in New England? Let us know in the comments.  1. Two Can Keep AContinue reading “YA Books Set in New England”