Book Review: Where’s the Truth in We Were Liars?

By Natasha Kangrga

“No one is a criminal; no one is an addict; and no one is a failure. The Sinclairs are athletic, tall, and good-looking”(p.3). But don’t let this apparent perfection deceive you.

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Book Review: Molly’s Game – Molly Bloom

By Ana Downes

Molly’s Game is a fascinating story. It is the autobiography of Molly Bloom, a woman whose story is incredible and inspiring. It details her life throughout the course of her astounding career running underground high-stakes poker games. Born into a family of competitive over-achievers with very high expectations, Molly and her siblings have been incredibly ambitious since childhood. Continue reading Book Review: Molly’s Game – Molly Bloom

Book Review: Prodigal Son by Gregg Hurwitz

By Ana Downes

Gregg Hurwitz has done it again! “Prodigal Son” is the newest installment in what has been my personal all-time favourite series since the end of 2016/start of 2017. This novel certainly lived up to my (rather high) expectations! Hurwitz is my favourite author. I have read almost all of his novels and I am a huge fan of his writing style. It is clear that he puts a tremendous amount of research into every book, and this comes through with the accuracy and detail in each one.

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Book Review: The Confession by John Grisham

By Ana Downes

In 1998, a man named Travis Boyette abducts and murders a high school cheerleader named Nicole Yarber. He hides her body and watches as judges, police and lawyers sentence the wrong man to death row. Donté Drumm, a high school football star finds himself the main suspect and is convicted with absolutely no evidence but a confession – a confession extracted after hours of mental abuse in an isolated interrogation room, as well as off-record threats from the police.  Continue reading “Book Review: The Confession by John Grisham”

Book Review: Twisted by Steve Cavanagh

By Ana Downes

Twisted is a very captivating novel that truly lives up to its title! Fictional author J.T. LeBeau is incredibly popular. He is one of the most famous authors in the world, known for his thriller mystery novels… each one riddled with shocking and unexpected twists. The true mystery, however, is his identity. Nobody alive knows who LeBeau is, and those who find out meet a very unfortunate death. Continue reading “Book Review: Twisted by Steve Cavanagh”

Gilmore Girls: A Year In The Life

Finally after almost 10 years the Gilmore girls are back! That’s right, Netflix is making a revival and the buzz is big! On November 25, of 2016 the wait is finally over, Stars Hallow is back and welcoming us with open arms. There will be four, ninety minute episodes and each episode will likely be named after the four seasons of the year. We will … Continue reading Gilmore Girls: A Year In The Life

How it Ends: A Summary & Review

As high school students, we can all relate to the overwhelming stress, the agonizing drama from peers and the never ending lengths of self discovery we face. In Catherine Lo’s first ever novel, How it Ends, the struggles and hardships of many teens are highlighted and brought to life. How it Ends tells the story of two girls, Annie and Jess. In this best friends-at-first-sight tale, … Continue reading How it Ends: A Summary & Review