Book Review: Lovesick by Jacqueline Levering Sullivan

It is 1953 and Jeanmarie Dowd is crazy about handsome Chuck Neary, captain of Rainier High School’s hockey team and boy wonder musician. But he belongs to Terry Miller, her best friend, the school’s reigning beauty. But Jeanmarie has a few things going for her, too. She is smart, fun loving, and energetic with a … Continue reading Book Review: Lovesick by Jacqueline Levering Sullivan

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Book Review: The Gene Police by Elliott Light (3/5)

  The Gene Police is a work of fiction that wraps a murder mystery in elements of the eugenics movement. To be clear, it is not a treatise on the subject but should enlighten readers about this little known pseudo science and hopefully inspire some of them to delve deeper into its history, its proponents, and … Continue reading Book Review: The Gene Police by Elliott Light (3/5)

Book Review: Perfectly Normal by Amy Martin (4/5)

"I hadn’t expected to find myself in the throes of an existential crisis before noon, but I guess that’s just one of the hazards of inhabiting someone else’s body." After a friend mysteriously vanishes, wallflower Rachel Lord wakes up in the body of one of the 'perfects' at Ridgeview High School, Dani Maguire. Rachel's got … Continue reading Book Review: Perfectly Normal by Amy Martin (4/5)