One False Note: A Review by Eze Diamant

One False Note, written by Gordon Korman, is the second in an adventurous drama multi-author series called The 39 Clues. During the first book, after the death of their grandmother, her will states that Amy and Dan (along with other family members) have a choice to take two million dollars cash or to embark on… Continue reading One False Note: A Review by Eze Diamant

The Blue Castle: A Review by Emily Zhang

“Fear is the original sin.”   Valancy Stirling, an old maid in Deerwood, had lived a miserable live for twenty-nine years. She was constantly discouraged and belittled by her gossip-minded family. She feared everyone in her family and never dared to contradict them. Her life did not changed until she got a letter from her… Continue reading The Blue Castle: A Review by Emily Zhang

Highly Illogical Behavior: A Review by Zara Salman

Agoraphobia noun extreme or irrational fear of crowded spaces or enclosed public places.   Solomon is agoraphobic, which to him means panic attacks are an hourly occurrence, friends are an unnecessary complication, and most importantly, he doesn’t step foot outside his house. Lisa, on the other hand, is out of the house so often that… Continue reading Highly Illogical Behavior: A Review by Zara Salman

Lock and Key: A Review by Lucia Chen

High school senior Ruby Cooper has always done just fine by herself, relying on her mostly absent mother once in a blue moon. She is independent, introverted, and responsible, which is why a sudden relocation to her sister’s house hits her deeply. Her sister, Cora, and her husband, Jamie, are rich, loving, and care for… Continue reading Lock and Key: A Review by Lucia Chen