The Odds of Loving Grover Cleveland Book Review

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“The odds of finding love are one in 285,000, but the probability of getting married is 80 percent. There seems to be a discrepancy here.”- Grover Cleveland

In the rainy and stormy winter, The Odds of Loving Grover Cleveland by Rebekah Crane was a great read to escape to a summer camp of fun, feeling, and friendship.  Set at Camp Padua in Michigan, Crane brings together a group of misfit teenagers, brought together by their various troubles and disorders. These campers are there for various reasons, but are united by the fact that they all struggle with something in their life.The main character Zander doesn’t believe she fits in with this group of at-risk teens, however, as her journey through the camp progresses, she learns more about herself than she thought she would. By the end of the book, Crane is able to show the realities of their disorders and hardships that many teenagers face, and is  able to show the power of love and friendship in one’s life. Keep Reading!

When We Collided Book Review

By Kaitlan Tatro

whenwecollided.jpg“…we are seventeen and shattered and still dancing. We have messy, throbbing hearts, and we are stronger than anyone could ever know.”

When We Collided by Emery Lord is not your average young adult romance novel. Instead of following the typical boy meets girl and they fall in love storyline, Lord provides readers with a beautiful read that is complicated, funny, and most of all, real. The two main characters, although young, both face obstacles in their lives that affect their everyday. Keep Reading!

Finding Audrey Book Review

By Stephanie Romero

Finding Audrey

To this day Confessions of a Shopaholic is my favorite movie. The hit romantic comedy was inspired by Sophie Kinsella’s novel of the same title. She’s had much success with her Shopaholic series and other works. This year the “Queen of Romantic Comedy” decided to branch out into the Young Adult Fiction genre. I recently enjoyed her first YA book, Finding Audrey, especially because Kinsella has an authentic, relatable way of bringing up the serious subject of mental health. Continue reading