Book Review: The Elite (The Selection Book 2) by Kiera Cass

The competition is down to only six girls, the Elite, and America is still one of them, but she's still not sure she wants the crown or Maxon himself, and, as their relationship gets rockier, she's not even sure he wants her. But with Aspen still on her mind and in her heart, she knows she's going to have a big choice to make...
 

Book Review: The Selection (The Selection Book 1) by Kiera Cass

When America, a Five in her world where castes are everything and her caste often struggles to stay out of poverty, gets chosen for a chance to win the prince's hand in marriage, she's not just surprised, she's miserable because she already has her future planned out. But, with treason being her only other option, she leaves behind the guy she loves to compete with 34 other girls for a chance...
 

Book Review: Allegiant (Divergent Trilogy Book 3) by Veronica Roth

The truth has finally been exposed, but even that can't change the damage that's been done inside Tris's society, and things are just as dangerous and tense as they were before. But when Tris, Four, and their friends find out there's even more to the truth than they could've guessed, they know they have to do something about it, and their strength, loyalty, and love is put to the final...
 

Book Review: Insurgent (Divergent Trilogy Book 2) by Veronica Roth

Tris, Four, and their fellow Dauntless struggle to figure out what to do and to find a place where they fit in now that everything has changed within their society. There's a war brewing, more secrets are coming to light, lines between right and wrong are being blurred, and Tris has big decisions to make about whose side she's on and what's more important to her: loyalty or...
 

Book Review: Divergent (Divergent Trilogy Book 1) by Veronica Roth

Tris lives in a society divided by five factions: Abnegation, Amity, Erudite, Candor, and Dauntless. But Tris has never felt like she quite fit in growing up in Abnegation, and, when her test results show that she's Divergent, meaning she has an aptitude for multiple factions, she begins to uncover secrets about her society, her faction, and even those closest to her that she never...
 

Book Review: The Death Cure (The Maze Runner Book 3) by James Dashner

Thomas and his friends have finally reached the safe house and are told the tests are over, but are they really? Thomas and some of his fellow Gladers are done trusting WICKED, are determined to do what's right, and are willing to do whatever it takes to save their friends and anyone else WICKED might get their hands...
 

Book Review: The Scorch Trials (The Maze Runner Book 2) by James Dashner

Just when they thought they were safe, Thomas and the Gladers find out the maze was only Phase 1 of the experiment--the easy part. Now they have to make their way across a hundred miles of the Scorch, a barren, desert wasteland to get to a safehouse with nothing but the food in their packs as they battle the weather, outsiders bent on killing them, and maybe even each...
 

Book Review: The Maze Runner (The Maze Runner Book 1) by James Dashner

Thomas awakens with no memory of his life or anything about himself other than his name only to find himself in the middle of a giant, creature-filled maze with a group of teenage guys who've been living there for years. None of them know how or why they've been put there, but they're determined to solve the maze and find a way...
 

Book Review: Mother May I (Knight Games Book 4) by Genevieve Jack

With Rick's memory still out of commission and a group of fae assassins out to get Grateful, possibly sent by her goddess mother, she turns to Julius, Polina, and Logan for help. Grateful and her new and old allies must work together to get the old Rick back and defeat the goddess mother if Grateful is going to get her happily ever...
 

Book Review: Queen of the Hill (Knight Games Book 3) by Genevieve Jack

Grateful is finally ready to get married, but, when a witch shows up demanding payment that Grateful refuses to give, she ends up with much bigger problems than bad wedding food and a much bigger mystery than which dress to wear. With most of the people she'd usually turn to either missing or barely talking to her, Grateful must rely on her mind and her magic to get out of her biggest challenge...