We Live Books

Me and Earl and the Dying Girl by Jesse Andrews, Review by Corinne Donnelly

Greg is a sarcastic teenager with a dry wit and an obsession with avant-garde film, which is occasionally amusing, but more often than not, a bit too overbearing.

Illuminae by Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff, Review by Corinne Donnelly

If you’ve ever read a book about two characters who fall out of love, but then experience something awful that may bring them back together, congratulations, you’ve read Illuminae!

Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell, Review by Corinne Donnelly

If you are a fan of any popular book or movie series, you will find a lot to love.

Cinder by Marissa Meyer, Review by Corinne Donnelly

Cinder is quite the page-turner, and I look forward to reading the rest of the four novels in the series.

Everybody Sees the Ants by A.S. King, Review by Corinne Donnelly

All in all, the targeted audience seems to be the young reader, bordering on middle school and early high school.

Mort by Terry Pratchett, Review by Corinne Donnelly

Pratchett’s astounding sense of imagination never disappoints.

NY Times List the 100 Most Notable Books of 2015

The NY Times has released the list for the 100 Notable Books of 2015.

The Future for Curious People by Gregory Sherl, Review by Corinne Donnelly

If you could know your future with your significant other, would you take that risk? And if you did, how far would you go to find true love?

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