Fantasy

Generation Dead
Generation Dead

Phoebe lives in a world where people are called “differently biotic,” but what they really mean is zombies. Fitting is hard enough when you don't have the look or attitude, but when almost everyone else is alive and you're not, it's close to impossible. The kids at Oakvale High don't want to take  classes or eat in the cafeteria next to someone who isn't breathing. Plus there are no laws that exist to protect the differently biotic from the people who want them to disappear-for good. Phoebe has never been popular, she prefers to be a goth, but no one can believe it when she falls for Tommy Williams, the leader of the dead kids. Adam, the boy next door who is still living, has just realized his feelings for Phoebe run much deeper than just friendship.


5 hearts


I was pleasantly surprised. I am quite a zombiphobe when it comes down to it, but this book was a horse of a different color. I am shocked to say I not only read the entire book without freaking out at the idea of zombies, but I also actually enjoyed it. This book touches on actual issues in modern day racism and was intended to do so by its author. Nicely done Daniel Waters! All five stars for this awesome read! I can’t wait to read the next book in the series, Kiss of Life.




Ever After High: Storybook of Legends
Ever After High: 1

Raven was going to be homeless, everyone was going to hate her, and she was going to be locked up. This was all because she was the daughter of the Evil Queen and she was friends with Snow White's daughter, Apple White. Raven doesn't want to follow in her mom's footsteps which makes Apple White mad at her for not following through with the story that was written for them.

4 hearts


The first part of the book it was good, I like how she stands up to her friends and her mom, because she didn't want to follow her moms destiny. I think I would do the same thing if i was Raven. Overall it was a good book to read.

Reviewed by: N.A. 2018




Pendragon: Merchant of Death

Pendragon: Merchant of Death

Follow Bobby Pendragon as he goes on an adventure to another earth called Denduron, joined by his uncle named Uncle Press. While on the planet, our heroes try to solve the problem of the destructive and dangerous weapon called “tak”. Though at the same time, trying to solve the problem of the injustice between two tribes, the Bedoowan and the Milago. Along the way some Bobby’s friends, Mark Diamond and Courtney Chetwynde, try to help Bobby in his adventure. Bobby has to accept his fate as a traveler, but he has his friends along the way to help.

4 hearts


In my opinion this is a pretty great read. The book contains a lot of dynamic characters, none of them ever felt one dimensional. This book is really great at keeping your interest throughout. The way the book is written is interesting as well, as the Bobby’s story is presented as pieces of parchment paper that Mark and Courtney find. The book keeps a pretty good pace throughout. The book also has some pretty great twists, well the few that it contains. The only glaring problem I have with this book are the Mark and Courtney sections. I found a couple of moments through this part to be boring. Though this is only a very minor problem. Overall I consider this a pretty great read.

Reviewed By: J.A. 2018