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The Hunger Games

My Rating: 3 stars I walked into the theater with very high (very unrealistic) expectations for this movie. I guess had these high expectations because, well, the Hunger Games books themselves are one of the best young adult novels ever written, I expected its movie to be as mind-blowing as the book. Now, don’t me […]

The Catcher in the Rye by J.D. Salinger

My Rating: 5 stars When I think of classic novels, the first thing the comes to mind is one of those boring, musty books that students are forced to read in English class that barely seems like it is even written in English. I was highly mistaken. The Catcher in the Rye, a title very […]

Crossed by Ally Condie

My Rating: 5 stars In the sequel to Matched by Allie Condie, Cassia and Ky’s story continues. Both are trying to find a way to be reunited with each other after they were both separated by the Society. Ky was sent to the Outer Provinces to his sure death. Cassia discovers that Ky escaped to […]

The Night Bookmobile by Audrey Niffenegger

My Rating: 5 stars The Night Bookmobile tells the story of a young woman who encounters a mysterious disappearing library on wheels. She is wandering the streets after a fight with her boyfriend and is drawn to the Bookmobile because of the loud music flooding from its open windows. This library in particular only contains […]

A Long Way Down by Nick Hornby

My Rating: 4 stars On New Year’s Eve, four very different people, named Martin, Maureen, Jess, and JJ, meet at a very odd place: on top of a fifteen-story building. They are all up on top of that building all for different reasons, but one common purpose. None of them thought they would run into […]

Matched by Ally Condie

My Rating: 4 stars In Cassia’s world, Society rules all. Society tells you where you live, what job you will have, what food you will eat, what you will wear, who you love, and even when you die. One has no opinion and no choices. Society does that for you. For teenagers, the Matching ceremony […]

The Woman in Black

My Rating: 4 stars Arthur Kipps, played by Daniel Radcliffe is a lawyer who lives with his four-year-old son, Joseph. His wife, Stella, died after childbirth at a young age. Arthur is assigned to handle the estate of Alice Drawblow, who owned Eel Marsh: a big, looming house on an island far off shore. Alice […]

The Fault in Our Stars by John Green

My Rating: 5 stars Hazel’s life has been planned out. Her diagnosis controlled her life and a tumor-shrinking medical miracle kept added a few more years to her lifetime. Hazel had cancer. She was fighting a war against it, and she knew that in the end the cancer would eventually win. Her parents – whom […]

Perfect by Ellen Hopkins

My Rating: 5 stars The word “perfect” itself is subjunctive. It can mean a variety of different things to different people. Something that is ugly to someone could be beautiful to another. Everyone has a different way of discovering what is “perfect” for themselves. Everyone has some place or someone that they’d rather be. For […]

Until the End by Christopher Pike

My Rating: 4 stars Four friends, Sara, Alice, Polly and Jessica plan to throw a party to commence the start of a new school year, their senior year. The party ends up being bigger than expected, but by the end, who was hooking up and who was fighting was the farthest things from their minds. […]