His game plan was simple. Qualify for the Culling. Find a woman. Win the presidency.
150 years after a virus wipes out most of the world’s population, Reagan Scott finds herself chosen for the State of the Union's fifth Culling. She will compete against 49 of the country's brightest girls. And then, of course, there are the 50 boys. She’ll have to pair up with one for her shot at... Continue Reading →
Girl meets boy. Boy meets girl. A lot of people die. A lot of people lie mercilessly. More people die. Buy Here Lila was normal. At least, she tried to be. Plagued by nightmares about the quiet, new guy in school, she struggles to focus on her senior year. When Wesley reaches out to her,... Continue Reading →
I read the first three books of the Mortal instruments series within a week after urging from multiple friends. I was told there is a natural break between 3 and 4 so I chose to stop after 3. While I don't hate them, I also don't love them. I can see the appeal that many... Continue Reading →
Umbrella Academy meets Hunger Games This story was pretty interesting and I do recommend it. I really like the MC, an 18 year old Texan who poses as her little brother in order to take his place at the trials. All of the side characters are real and offer a variety of creatures. The inclusion of... Continue Reading →