GREEN by Sam Graham-Felsen | BOOK REVIEW

Green by Sam Graham Felsen

Content Warnings: bullying, violence In 1992, Dave Greenfield is one of the only white students at Boston’s Martin Luther King Middle School. He thinks he’s been given the worst hand in life possible- girls ignore him, guys pick on him, and his parents won’t let him transfer to a private school. His only option is … READ MORE

HURRY UP, WE’RE DREAMING by Sara Crawford | Book Review

*Content Warnings: imbalanced power dynamic in a romantic relationship, potenial schizophrenia/delusions, depression* Hurry Up, We’re Dreaming is the second book in The Muse Chronicles- a follow-up to the first book in the series, We Own The Sky. The book follows Sylvia- a seventeen-year-old who used to live for music, whether it be listening to her favorite … READ MORE

WE OWN THE SKY by Sara Crawford | Book Review

*Content/Trigger Warnings: suicidal thoughts/attempts, imbalanced power dynamic in a romantic relationship* In We Own the Sky, the first book in The Muse Chronicles, we meet sixteen-year-old Sylvia. For her entire life, she’s lived through music, an attribute passed down from her rocker parents. Her mother overdosed when she was young, and her father struggles with addiction. … READ MORE

RJ: THE AGE OF INNOCENCE by Tim Soeder | Book Review

Trigger warnings: graphic depictions of sexual assault, sexual/physical/emotional abuse of a minor, stalking, suicide, incest, death. After Roger’s mother dies, his father relocates them to a new town in hopes of moving on. Roger decides to reinvent himself in his new high school as RJ, and finds himself at odds with his father’s new girlfriend’s shallow daughter, Jessica. But as … READ MORE

“Insatiable” by Erica Rivera

Insatiable by Erica Rivera

Erica Rivera is a young mother with a secret– anorexia. In her memoir Insatiable, she reveals the intricacies and pain the voice she calls Ana uses to manipulate her mind and actions. She married and became a mother at a young age in an attempt to keep the man she loved from being deported– but what … READ MORE