Review: Jane, Unlimited

At least there's a dog. 2 out of 5 stars Jane, Unlimited, by Kristen Cashore I like both Kristen Cashore and the idea of this book much more than the disappointing final product. Read her absolutely excellent Graceling series instead. A sort of choose-your-own-adventure, Jane, Unlimited follows the titular character on a happenstance journey … Continue reading Review: Jane, Unlimited

Review: Scythe

3 out of 5 stars Scythe is quite the unique meditation on death, while at the same time using some really dull elements in juxtaposition. Scythe, by Neal Shusterman (The Arc of a Scythe #1) Citra and Rowan, through separate and unplanned acts, prove their mettle as teens and get selected to apprentice as … Continue reading Review: Scythe

Review: Wildcard

2.5 out of 5 stars I wanted to like you so much. Wildcard, by Marie Lu (Warcross #2) Wildcard veers well off the course set by its predecessor, Warcross. It leaves the flashy, immersive tech and hacking brilliance of a future lived mostly online, and delves deeply into the characters' pasts and motivations. Too … Continue reading Review: Wildcard