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19 03, 2017

Review: We Are Still Tornadoes by Michael Kun & Susan Mullen

By | March 19th, 2017|Categories: Children's Books, Dating & Sex, Death & Dying, Family, Friendships, Love & Romance, Social Issues, Young Adult|Tags: , , , , , , |2 Comments


we are still tornadoes book coverReviewed by Alisha Churbe

We Are Still Tornadoes is written entirely in letters. It is classified as a Young Adult read, but hits on the older end of the spectrum, as the characters have just begun their first year of college after high school, on the edge of turning 19 years old. The novel is set in the early 1980s, making the letter style normal, as the characters do not have much access to technology.

The book is just short of 300 pages, but there is plenty of white space due to the letter format. There is plenty packed into the letters filling out the story nicely. The story is entirely told with letters to and from two characters: Cath and Scott.

5 01, 2015

Review: Falling into Place by Amy Zhang

By | January 5th, 2015|Categories: Bullying, Children's Books, Death & Dying, Friendships, Social Issues, Young Adult|Tags: , , , , , |3 Comments


falling into place book coverReviewed by Benish Khan

Falling into Place by Amy Zhang is a well-done debut and I sincerely hope there’s a movie in the works! The first thing I noticed about this book was the author’s writing. There is not much dialogue, just mainly inner thoughts. The writing seems poetic, but not lyrical.

Liz Emerson tried to commit suicide, but made it seem like an accident so no one would find out. Liz is a highly popular girl at her high school. She seems to have it all from money and friends to a handsome boyfriend, but not everything is as perfect as it seems. She believes she is a horrible person because of the actions she has committed in her past to innocent people who meant no harm to her. What goes around comes around and everything seems to be coming