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Finally, a Heroine We Can Relate to In The Girl of Fire and Thorns by Rae Carson

By Swapna KrishnaSeptember 6, 2012

Elisa is not your typical princess. She’s not particularly pretty, and she likes pastries far more than is fitting for someone of...More  →

Finally, a Heroine We Can Relate to In The Girl of Fire and Thorns by Rae Carson

Rachel Hartman's Seraphina Finds the Dragon in Us All

By Swapna KrishnaJuly 26, 2012

Fantasy and dragons seem to go together like milk and cookies, so it’s understandable that one of the most buzzed about YA...More  →

Rachel Hartman's Seraphina Finds the Dragon in Us All
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BOOK REVIEW: Partials by Dan Wells

By Swapna KrishnaJuly 12, 2012

The year is 2076 and there are less than 50,000 humans left on the planet Earth. The human race is a dying...More  →

BOOK REVIEW: Partials by Dan Wells

Summer YA Fiction: A Round-Up

By Swapna KrishnaMay 30, 2012

Summer's really the best time for books. Life is a little slower, a little lazier, and we all seem to have more...More  →

Summer YA Fiction: A Round-Up

5 Books that Made Us Believe in Aliens

By Swapna KrishnaMay 25, 2012

Aliens. They ARE coming to get us. We can pretend that we're alone in the universe, but that's horribly arrogant and self-centered,...More  →

5 Books that Made Us Believe in Aliens

BOOK REVIEW: Across the Universe by Beth Revis

By Paul KirschMay 3, 2012

When flying on an airplane, you catch a whiff of that recycled air, or feel the unnatural slickness of a chemically-treated seat...More  →

BOOK REVIEW: Across the Universe by Beth Revis