Real is subjective. There are a lot of things that aren’t actually real to everyone. Charlie Plummer has three friends in his head. They all defend him from this deep threatening voice that always wants him to be engulfed in darkness. When he meets Maya Arnez, the brilliant student in class, he is forced to…
We present our list of the Top 10 Best Books of 2020.
A novel about a mysterious Viking mascot, school politics, and choosing between being a nerd or staying “cool.”
A typical American family is put into focus in this new novel by author Emma Straub.
In every breath, a miracle.
“Die Mitte der Welt” (The Center of the World) is as complex and honest coming-of-age movie.
The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes provides the evolution of the Hunger Games, from why it was created, to the persons behind it.
“I must use my voice, because it’s the only thing you have when someone is larger and more powerful than you.”
Tahereh Mafi’s “A Very Large Expanse of Sea” is one of the most perceptive stories in YA fiction.
“I drift off to sleep thinking of my cousin and me, of humanity and its problems, of oceans and islands. I imagine both of us, patron saints of nothing.”