Tags » Literature Review

Dystopian Books With Horrible Endings

By Ada Li

Since the fall semester is coming to an end, let’s celebrate by talking about the horrible endings to dystopian books. Gone are the days of warmth, sunshine, and lazily reading a book on a Sunday afternoon. 748 more words


[Book Review] The Snow Child by Eowyn Ivey

I thought this book was going to leave me in tears but I ended up being like ‘Yup Faina did the right thing.’ but for spoiler reasons I cannot possibly say what that is. 499 more words


E. Lockhart, "We Were Liars" - Review

By Shay McAlister

The Sinclairs are rich, intelligent, motivated and beautiful; the family’s summers spent at a private island off of Martha’s Vineyard are the first indication of this. 283 more words


Gabrielle Selz, "Unstill Life" - Review

By Kayla Elam

Gabrielle Selz’s father, Peter, was a main figure in the art world during the age of Abstract Expressionism. After escaping World War II Europe as a young man, he came to New York with a passion for art. 410 more words


Gone Girl: A roller coaster ride of love gone wrong

By Carley Meiners

They say not to read “Gone Girl” if you easily trust people. But isn’t the best part of a book to be lost in a world that doesn’t fit your reality? 260 more words


Truth is a voyage of exploration

On December 16th in 1497 Vasco da Gama passed the mark set by Bartolomeo Dias in 1488 and rounded the Cape of Good Hope, sailing into the Indian Ocean and history. 415 more words


Renée Knight's 'Disclaimer'

What if you realized the book you were reading was all about you?

When an intriguing novel appears on Catherine’s bedside table, she curls up in bed and begins to read. 846 more words