From Bad to Cursed by Katie Alender

From Bad To Cursed by Katie Alender

Reviewed by Kiara

In the Second Book of the Bad Girls Don't Die series, Alexis is worried about her sister who has joined a club that seems to supernaturally transforms girls into great beauties and gives them great personalities. Does Alexis have to sell her soul? Find out in this thrilling second book of the series.

Kiara gives this book 5 stars.

The Hazel Wood gets under your skin!

Do you love quirky and strange stories? A mystery with twists and turns that put you upside down? Well, The Hazel Wood has your name written all over it! Alice and her mother have lived in many different places with strange weird lucky following them closely. When one day Alice and her mother find out that her Grandmother, a reclusive writer, has passed away at her estate the Hazel Wood all alone. Suddenly, their lives are really turned inside out when a group of men come and kidnap Alice's mother demanding Alice return to Hazel Wood. The one place her mother has always told her to stay far away from. The Hazel Wood is a creepy, strange tale that will get under your skin and make you wonder "what have I just read"! 

The Hazel Wood

The Circle

The Circle

Reviewd by Caleb and Kiara

The Circle starring Emma Watson and Tom Hanks

A powerful Tech and Social Media Company's employee pushes the boundaries of her experiments that has unintended consequences and quickly restricts the freedoms of everyone. There are cameras everywhere watching people to see if they are enemies of the world. 

War and Peace by Leo Tolstoy

War and Peace

Reviewed by Caleb

We're taking another look at a classic tale from Russia.

The Russian Aristocrats are caught speculating about the war at a society party that soon turns to terror as Napolean and his army invade during the early 1800's. 

Fandom Cosplay Geekdom - Don't Cosplay with my Heart

GREAT read indeed! The sideline story of Team Tomorrow pulls this story together.  Our hero, Edan/Gargantua is one powerful young lady! Her family is flailing, her BFF is away, her boyfriend is questionable, her story is real.  Castellucci is spot on with the cosplay scene and it comes across in this page turner of a story, as is stated: "all is fair in love and fandom."  Find an afternoon, you will sail through this book in no time, I did! 

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