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Age of Order by Julian North

Age of Order by Julian North

In this world, inequality is a science. Giant machines maintain order. And all people are not created equal. Daniela Machado is offered a chance to escape the deprivation of Bronx City through a coveted slot at the elite Tuck school. There, among the highborn of Manhattan, she discovers an unimaginable world of splendor and greed. […]



Burn Our Houses Down by Kelsey Garmendia

Burn Our Houses Down by Kelsey Garmendia

Hayley and Xavier, two young adults from the small town of Pine Bush, N.Y. have been friends since childhood. After Hayley’s twin sister dies in a car accident, Xavier is determined to get her out of her funk. They go on a camping trip that is ended abruptly by a wildfire. When they make into […]


Eric Elmoor and the Gauntlet of Godric by Thomas A. Meyers

Eric Elmoor and the Gauntlet of Godric by Thomas A. Meyers

Welcome to Novogard – Where lands have been shattered by racial division. Where a powerful government has begun its encroachment onto unwilling societies. Where the magical and the technological collide. Fifteen-year-old Eric Elmoor has always felt like an outcast; ceaselessly teased about his unusual purple eyes, never fitting into any particular group at school, raised […]


The Annals of Bobian by Zanzibar 7. Schwarznegger

The Annals of Bobian by Zanzibar 7. Schwarznegger

The Bobian is twelve and has one goal in life: get ice cream. Unfortunately, life seems to be conspiring against him. Birthday parties gone awry. School bullies teaching him a (temporary) lesson in humility. Bratty little sisters and next door neighbor kids stealing his rightful rewards. What’s a kid to do? There’s only one solution: […]

Posted April 5, 2016 by E.J. Roberts in 4 Stars, Adult, Book Review, Comedy, YA / 0 Comments



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