Reviews - Young Adult / New Adult

Thundersnow
Sheila
Odom Hollinghead

Fourteen year old Jay knew she was  poor by most people’s standards. But did it have to make Momma so mean to her all the time? Papa said it was his fault she was like that. How could that be? Papa was the kindest and most loving man that she ever knew and worked so hard on the farm to keep everyone fed. Sometimes Poppa would tell her and her little brother an old story about Thundersnow.

Silent Song
Ron C.
Nieto

Alice has been taking the long way home lately. She was lured to this neighborhood by the haunting music coming out of “his” window. She knew her friends would scoff at her for even being around Keith with his dyed hair and painted fingernails but she just can’t keep away from his riveting music.

Wicked Sense
Fabio
Bueno

Everyone notices the new girl at school, but the first guy to ask her out is Drake Hunter.  To his surprise, she accepts.  The new girl’s name is Skye, and she is actually a witch whose coven has sent her on an undercover mission to locate the Singularity – a super-powerful witch whose powers are so great they threaten to destroy the Veil of Secrecy that protects witches all over the world.  Sk

The Week at Mon Repose
Margaret
Pearce

Along with, what is the fate of mankind and what is our place in the universe, one of the great existential questions is, how much trouble can three girls get into in the middle of nowhere? The answer is, of course, an awfully lot! Especially if one adds an Ouija board, a creepy man and a genie in danger.

Three’s a Crowd
Margaret
Pearce

Amanda just wants a chance to charm the new hot guy Drew.  Is that really too much to ask?  Apparently so, because the world keeps on conspiring against her -  the world being her younger brother Brett (aka Brat) and her new childish, infuriating neighbor Jeebie, who has a crush on her.  Not to mention that her best friends have also set their eyes on the yummy, rich, stylish, Drew.  Really, ca

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