Dani Hoots’ Review of In the Hall with the Knife by Diana Peterfreund

Title: In the Hall with the Knife Author: Diana Peterfreund Review by: Dani Hoots Genre: YA Thriller/Mystery/Dark Academia   Rating: 4/5 Buy Here Back cover: Scarlet. Mustard. Green. Peacock. Plum. Orchid. One storm will change their lives forever…if they survive the night. When a killer storm strikes at Blackbrook Academy, an elite prep school nestled…

Dani Hoots’ Review of One of Us is Lying by Karen M. McManus

Title: One of Us is Lying Author: Karen M. McManus Review by: Dani Hoots Genre: YA Thriller/Mystery/Dark Academia   Rating: 5/5 Buy Here Back cover: Pay close attention and you might solve this.On Monday afternoon, five students at Bayview High walk into detention.    Bronwyn, the brain, is Yale-bound and never breaks a rule.     Addy,…

Review of “Bad Moon Rising” by John Galligan

Synopsis: “A record heat wave suffocates remote rural Wisconsin as the local sheriff tracks down a killer hidden in the depths of the community in this atmospheric, race-to-the-finish mystery by the acclaimed author of theBad Axe County series. Sheriff Heidi Kick has a dead body on her hands, a homeless young man last seen alive…

Dani Hoots’ Review of Haru’s Curse by Asuka Konishi

Series: Haru’s Curse US Publisher: Kodansha Mangaka: Yuji Kaku Genre: Romance Rating: 5/5 CLICK HERE TO BUY Description: After the funeral, Natsumi reluctantly agrees to date her sister’s fiancé Togo. But as their relationship develops with the passing seasons, Haru’s memory lingers over them like a curse. *I received this manga from Netgalley for an…

Dani Hoots’ Review of Rogue: Untouched by Alisa Kwitney

Title: Rogue: Untouched: A Marvel Heroines Novel Author: Alisa Kwitney Review by: Dani Hoots Genre: YA Fantasy/X-Men   Rating: 5/5 Buy Here Back cover: Rogue’s frightening new mutant powers keep her at arms-length from the world, but two strangers offer a chance to change her life forever, in this exhilarating Marvel Super Hero adventure Young…

Review of “The Hollywood Spiral,” by: Paul Neilan

Synopsis: “In the near future, after the internet grinds to a halt amid a wave of cyber-attacks, a company named Zodiac steps in to replace it with an evolved, augmented-reality version called the Grid..Harrigan, a hard-drinking private detective living as off-Grid as possible, is about to be evicted from his apartment when a stranger shows…

Review of “The Cave Dwellers,” by: Christina McDowell

“A compulsively readable novel in the vein of The Bonfire of the Vanities–by way of The Nest–about what Washington, DC’s high society members do away from the Capitol building and behind the closed doors of their stately homes.They are the families considered worthy of a listing in the exclusive Green Book–a discriminative diary created by the niece of…

Review of “Echo Wife” by Sarah Gailey

Synopsis: Taken from Macmillian’s Website “I’m embarrassed, still, by how long it took me to notice. Everything was right there in the open, right there in front of me, but it still took me so long to see the person I had married. It took me so long to hate him. Martine is a genetically…