Eagle & Crane by Suzanne Rindell review

Synopsis (as taken from GoodReads) Two young daredevil flyers confront ugly truths and family secrets during the U.S. internment of Japanese citizens during World War II, from the author of The Other Typist and Three-Martini Lunch. Louis Thorn and Haruto "Harry" Yamada -- Eagle and Crane -- are the star attractions of Earl Shaw's Flying… Continue reading Eagle & Crane by Suzanne Rindell review

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How to Breathe Underwater by Vicky Skinner book review

Synopsis (as taken from GoodReads) Kate’s father has been pressuring her to be perfect for her whole life, pushing her to be the best swimmer she can be. But when Kate finds her dad cheating on her mom, Kate’s perfect world comes crashing down, and Kate is forced to leave home and the swim team… Continue reading How to Breathe Underwater by Vicky Skinner book review

Surviving Adam Meade (Surviving Adam Meade #1) by Shannon Klare book review

Synopsis (as taken from GoodReads) Seventeen-year-old Claire Collins has a plan: get into college and leave North Carolina behind. What she doesn’t have is an idea for how to get rid of the local football star and womanizer extraordinaire—Adam Meade, who she can’t even avoid (despite many efforts), because Claire’s dad is the high school… Continue reading Surviving Adam Meade (Surviving Adam Meade #1) by Shannon Klare book review

Dance of Thieves (Dance of Thieves #1) by Mary E. Pearson book review

Synopsis (as taken from GoodReads) When the patriarch of the Ballenger empire dies, his son, Jase, becomes its new leader. Even nearby kingdoms bow to the strength of this outlaw family, who have always governed by their own rules. But a new era looms on the horizon, set in motion by a young queen, which… Continue reading Dance of Thieves (Dance of Thieves #1) by Mary E. Pearson book review

The Supervillain and Me (Morriston Superheroes #1) by Danielle Banas book review

Synopsis (as taken from GoodReads) Never trust a guy in spandex. In Abby Hamilton’s world, superheroes do more than just stop crime and save cats stuck in trees—they also drink milk straight from the carton and hog the television remote. Abby’s older brother moonlights as the famous Red Comet, but without powers of her own,… Continue reading The Supervillain and Me (Morriston Superheroes #1) by Danielle Banas book review