Book Review – S.T.A.G.S

S.T.A.G.S / M.A. Bennett / Hot Key Books / 2017 / ISBN 9781471406768 / 290 Pages / Young Adult

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Book Review – Eve & Adam

Eve & Adam / Michael Grant and Katherine Applegate / Electric Monkey / 2012 / ISBN 9781405265263 / 312 Pages / Young Adult

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In the beginning, there was an apple. And then there was a car crash, a horrible, debilitating injury, and a hospital. But before Evening Spiker could regain consciousness, there was a strange boy checking her out of the hospital and rushing her to Spiker Biopharmaceuticals, her mother’s research facility. Once there, Eve has to heal, and cope with an eerie isolation only interrupter by her overbearing mother, a strange group of doctors, and the mysterious boy who brought her there. Continue reading “Book Review – Eve & Adam”

Book Review – All The Ways The World Can End

All The Ways The World Can End / Abby Sher / Hot Key Books / 2017 / ISBN 9781471406546 / 301 Pages / Young Adult

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Lenny is waiting for the apocalypse. Every night, she researches vacuum decay, designer pathogens, that inexplicable sleeping sickness in Kazakhstan. Continue reading “Book Review – All The Ways The World Can End”

Book Review – The Call by Peadar O’Guilin

The Call / Peadar O’Guilin / 2016 / David Flickling Book / ISBN 9791910989203 / 332 Pages / Young Adult

On her birthday, Nessa finds out the terrible truth about her homeland, Ireland – the truth that will change her forever. That she and her friends must train for the most dangerous three minutes of their lives: The Call. That any day now, without warning, they will each wake in a terrifying land alone and hunted, with a one in ten chance of returning alive. And it is Nessa, more than anyone, who is going to need every ounce of the guys, wit, and sheer spirit she was born with, if she – and the nation- are to survive.

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