Super YA Friday: Cub by Cynthia Copeland

Cynthia Copeland tells her story as a middle school kid in 1972 and 73. A crossroads in our nation's history as women's rights, the war in Vietnam, environmentalism, Watergate, and fashion try to distract her from the wild kingdom in the halls of Litchfield Junior High School. She enjoys hanging with her friends, riding her... Continue Reading →

Hollow Kingdom by Kira Jane Buxton

Kinda like Homeward Bound but with zombies? A pet crow named Shit Turd and his interspecies brother, a dog named Dennis, travel around the greater Seattle area trying to search for a cure for the plague. After a couple weeks trying to help their owner Big Jim through his rotting, eye-ball-popping-out phase, they strike out... Continue Reading →

Island Book by Evan Dahm

Sola lives on a small island with other villagers who fear the Monster. It once came to the island and destroyed much of the settlement, but Sola was not afraid. She stood there and silently communicated with the beast. Now sailors take daily trips out into the ocean to look for it and keep the... Continue Reading →

Mini Review: Plannetside by Michael Mammay

First off... I was looking for another good distraction/ an easy escape and I saw reviews by Petrik and David of Plannetside. Can't go wrong with their recs! Planetside tells the story of Colonel Butler who is pulled out of semi-retirement (with an offer he can't refuse) to investigate the disappearance the son of a high-ranking government official. He... Continue Reading →

Fid’s Crusade by David H. Reiss

Rage, grief and guilt have fueled Doctor Fid's endless quest to punish the unworthy and he has left a long trail of blood and misery in his wake. For more than two decades, the sight of the villain's powered armor has struck fear into the hearts of hero and civilian alike! But when a personal... Continue Reading →

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