This book was fantastic. It was absolutely, positively amazing, and if you're not reading this (and you're not currently reading a fabulous book), pick it up, turn to the first page, and start reading. Peter and the Starcatchers is the first book in a series of books, which follow Peter Pan before he meets Wendy.… Continue reading Peter and the Starcatchers by Dave Barry and Ridley Pearson
So first off, let me start by saying that I liked this book, a lot. But I also had some issues with it. The basic summary is that a girl named Anna, who is a teenager, works in a lab with her dad, in which four boys are being experimented on. One day, she and… Continue reading Altered by Jennifer Rush
This is the first book in the Elemental Series, which is basically about a family whose members can control certain elements, along with others who are not in the family. One of the brothers, Chris (our hero of this story), gets rescued one night by Becca, who is in his class. The book follows them… Continue reading Storm by Brigid Kemmerer
So I'm not entirely sure how to summarize this book. The actual summary on the back of the book says something along the lines of: After he gets kicked out of school, Derek Fitzpatrick is forced to live with his grandmother while his dad is away in the Navy. Ashtyn Parker has never trusted anyone--she… Continue reading Wild Card by Simone Elkeles
I don't normally follow up on a series here. But for this I'm making an exception to tell you this: This book was absolutely wonderful. Absolutely, positively amazing, and a fantastic end to the trilogy. I loved it. It was honestly the perfect ending to the Legend trilogy. It was just...absolutely 100% you-should-go-buy-it-and-read-it-right-this-second amazing.