Pachinko by Min Jin Lee, Review by Corinne Donnelly Pachinko is a recreational game compared to the slot machine in the western world. Originating in Japan, where gambling is illegal, it is often as...
Salt to the Sea by Ruta Sepetys, Review by Corinne Donnelly The topic of World War II widely permeates popular literature today, including the young adult genre. Ruta Sepetys’ Salt to the Sea is no ...
Corinne Donnelly reviews "Dark Places," a book written by Gillian Flynn, the author of the Best-Selling Novel "Gone Girl."
Simplistic writing, tired stereotypes, and a disjointed tone detract from what could have been a lovely tale about family.
Sweeping decades, this coming of age novel will challenge your pre-conceptions about many controversial topics.
Timothy Zahn’s Thrawn will satisfy new readers, as well as those who enjoyed his original trilogy.
Kelly Luce’s Pull Me Under delivers a thorough glimpse into the mind of a woman haunted by her troubled past.
Lost Stars by Claudia Gray is one of the strongest new additions to the Star Wars canon.