Tag: YA

Five Feet Apart propelled by poignant story of survival, love, and sacrifice

Occasionally, I am at odds with many movie critics. Such is the case for Five…

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Book Review: Revolt provides rousing conclusion to the Resistance Series

Tracy Lawson and the Resistance Series is what Indie publishing is all about: Giving voice…

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Tracy Lawson’s “Ignite” piles on action, conspiracy and ideas

I have previously reviewed Tracy Lawson’s first and second books (Counteract and Resist) in her…

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Will Tracy Lawson’s novels become this generation’s Ayn Rand substitute?

By SR Staley Resist, the second novel in Tracy Lawson’s Resistance Series, picks up right…

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The unrocognized depth of the Divergent Triology

By Claire W. Staley Popular books often become the target of criticism simply because they…

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Modern fiction for the modern classroom: Round 1

By Claire W. Staley In an earlier post, I discussed why today’s students have a…

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