Book Review: I Heart Robot by Suzanne van Rooyen

When Tyri is accepted into the Baldur Junior Philharmonic Orchestra as a violinist, she's excited, despite her mother's admonitions, because music is what she loves most. When Quinn is accepted, he's excited too, but for different reasons---he wants to use violin to show humans that androids aren't that different from them and deserve rights too. As problems between robots and humans worsen, and...
 

Book Review: Peter Pan by J.M. Barrie

When Peter Pan, the boy who never grows up, shows up one night, Wendy, Michael, and John all fly away with him to Neverland. Wendy becomes the mother for all the boys, and they have all sorts of adventures with Peter and his Lost Boys. But Captain Hook has a special vendetta against Peter, and they will have to fight him if Wendy and her brothers are ever to get back...
 

Book Review: Murmuration by TJ Klune

It's 1954, and Mike has a good life in the small town of Amorea---he never has to worry about crime, he runs his own bookstore, he plays poker with his friends in the evenings, and he's very nearly got his own fella, if only he'd gather up the courage to take the next step forward and ask him out already (something the entire town is rooting for). But then strange things start happening to Mike,...
 

Book Review: Machinations (Machinations Book 1) by Hayley Stone

In a world that's been all but decimated by machines, Rhona is a leader and a symbol of hope for the survivors... but now she's also a clone, the original Rhona having been killed during a rescue mission. Unfortunately not everyone sees her as the same person, especially Camus, the man she still loves, and Rhona is missing some of her memories, leaving her wonder if she's still the same person or...
 

Book Review: Whereafter (Afterlife Book 3) by Terri Bruce

Irene and Andras have attempted to move another step through the afterlife only to find themselves stuck in a new place with dangerous shadows that attack them and a river of fire preventing them from getting to the castle they believe they need to reach. Meanwhile, Jonah has spiraled downward since Irene left and is desperate to cross over and save her from the trouble he believes she's...
 

Book Review: Thereafter (Afterlife Book 2) by Terri Bruce

Irene has finally decide to follow the light and cross over to the other side only to discover it's really just a dreary purgatory where billions of spirits are gathered and stuck, not knowing how to move forward. As Irene tries to figure out what to do next, she ends up with a knight and a cowboy as her companions, and they navigate the realm, filled with dangers such as phantoms and nephilim,...
 

Book Review: How to Date Dead Guys (The Witch’s Handbook Book 1) by Ann M. Noser

When Emma's crush, Mike, drowns in the campus river on her watch, she, along with Mike's family, blames herself. Unable to stand the guilt and grief, she uses a spell from a mysterious book to try and raise him from the dead... but she gets Sam instead, a suicide victim who jumped into the river last year, Jake, a former frat boy, and some others, each with their own story. Feeling responsible...
 

Book Review: Hereafter (Afterlife Book 1) by Terri Bruce

Irene finds herself on the side of the road but can't remember how she got there or exactly what happened last night; it's not until she meets Jonah, a 14-year-old boy with a passion for all things afterlife, that she realizes she's dead. But being stuck as a ghost on earth where no one can hear her, the food has no taste, the alcohol doesn't get her drunk, and terrifying monsters attack her...
 

Book Review: The Eve (The Eden Trilogy Book 3) by Keary Taylor

For the first time since The Evolution, the colony has a plan and humanity actually has a chance to beat the Bane. The scientists and leaders at New Eden work on building what they need, Eve, Avian, West, and others go on a mission of their own to get supplies and find Eve's sister, and everyone hopes for the best but prepares for the worst as they get ready for their last shot at a...
 

Book Review: The Human (The Eden Trilogy Book 2) by Keary Taylor

Despite the colony's new location, they aren't going to be safe for long because the Bane are getting even smarter and more efficient than anyone realized and a group of shady outsiders from another colony has plans that could either save or destroy New Eden. As Eve struggles to cope with her overwhelming feelings, discovers big secrets from her past, and fights for her life and the lives of...