The Line, by Teri Hall (Dial, 2010)

The Unified States are safe, but at a cost. Their expanse surrounded by the invisible National Border Defense System, their society tightly policed by merciless Enforcement Officials, their people rigidly broken down into castes of employment, everything is controlled and … Continue reading

Two Days of FebruarYAY! Reviews

My apologies for forgetting to post yesterday. Yours Truly got distracted by shiny things. It happens more frequently than I’d like to admit. So here we have two days worth of reviews. Enjoy! (Re)cycler by Lauren McLaughlin The Cinderella Society … Continue reading

The Cinderella Society, by Kay Cassidy (Egmont USA, 2010)

Perennial “new girl” Jess Parker is an outcast at school, unable to fit in despite making the cheerleading squad as an incoming junior. In fact, she’s the prime target of Lexy Steele, one of the resident mean girls. Is it … Continue reading

(Re)cycler, by Lauren McLaughlin (Random House, 2009)

Picking up where Cycler left off, Jill McTeague has decided to make something of a fresh start with her life. Thus, she’s off to New York with her best friend Ramie, while she figures out just what she’s supposed to … Continue reading

Archvillain, by Barry Lyga (Scholastic, 2010)

When a plasma storm hits the field behind Bouring Middle School, two things happen. The first: a mysterious kid soon known as Mighty Mike appears, imbued with amazing superpowers and the desire to perform heroic deeds with them, despite his … Continue reading

Blood Feud, by Alyxandra Harvey (Walker and Company, 2010)

The vampire queen is dead, long live the new vampire queen. Helena Drake may be in charge following a brief, messy struggle, but the troubles aren’t over yet. The evil Lord Montmartre is still out there, and still eying the … Continue reading