Book Review | The God Game

Artificial Intelligence both terrifies and intrigues me. And while I don’t always love AI books, I usually pick them up anyway. So I was definitely intrigued by The God Game, which has an AI who believes it is God. Because what’s scarier than an omniscient computer who thinks it’s also omnipotent? (All reviews are spoiler-free […]

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Book Review | The Belles

I feel like Dhonielle Clayton’s debut novel, The Belles, has been popping up on my book radar for months. I see it everywhere, and the cover is definitely eye-catching. So, even though it isn’t the type of book I typically go for, I decided to give it a shot. I mean, look at that cover! (All […]

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Book Review | On the Spectrum

I was intrigued by On the Spectrum as soon as I read the synopsis. I mean, it’s set in Paris, which is always fun, but I liked that it deals with both eating disorders and autism. I love when young adult books deal with tough issues well, and this one certainly did. (All reviews are spoiler-free […]

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Book Review | A Study in Charlotte

I’m kind of a sucker for anything Sherlock. He’s one of my favorite literary characters, and I actually like almost any iteration of him I’ve come across. Sherlock-inspired books are nothing new, but something about Brittany Cavallaro’s young adult debut novel stood out to me, and I picked it up as soon as it hit […]

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Book Review | Beast

There are plenty of young adult fairy tale retellings out there. So many that I doubt I’d ever be able to read them all if I tried. But when I first saw Brie Spangler’s debut novel, Beast, I was intrigued. Not only is it a retelling of what is perhaps my favorite fairy tale – Beauty and […]

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