Posts Tagged ‘book review’

Veronica Roth’s Allegiant

by Cristina Bogdanon 25/10/2013
A few years ago Veronica Roth wrote Divergent, winning over thousands of fans with a story that, while not unique, was gripping and interesting enough to keep everyone happy and eager for more. Insurgent continued the trend, the story drawing in the fans with the promise of more adventures from the lead character Tris Prior, […]

The Vampire Hunter’s Daughter

by Cristina Bogdanon 30/05/2013
The Vampire Hunter’s Daughter is a six part collection of short stories by Jennifer Malone Wright, detailing the life and adventures of young Chloe Kalistrate, who discovers she has a supernatural legacy, the hard way. *HERE BE SPOILERS* The sheltered life of Chloe is brutally interrupted by the attack of a group of unknown people, […]

Will Grayson, Will Grayson – John Green/David Levithan

by Cristina Bogdanon 07/05/2013
John Green has made a name for himself in the young adult genre, most of his books receiving that label, something that I personally find slightly off-putting, given that in my opinion a lot of people past the age of 25 could benefit from reading one of his books, preferably without being judged as immature […]