This book was a fascinating exploration of a set of stories I was completely unaware of. Written in a rich narrative style, this book tells the stories of four women caught in the middle of the civil war and how they assisted the war effort on both sides. They ran intelligence rings, worked covertly, and faught alongside male soldiers. I love exploring history, and this book was a great way to do just that.
This marvellously clear-voiced exploration of life through the eyes of a gender fluid teen is a genuine and touching narrative. This book's perspective is one that is missing from the literary cannon and is desperately needed. Symptoms of Being Human will whisk you away into the head of a character simply trying to find their own place in the world.
Set in a world where all crime and criminals are sent to and contained within a single city, a girl searches her sister who was kidnapped and sold to a brothel. A tale of adventure, suspence, loyalty, and love where every page is fabulous. A must read!
When Frankie is told by her boyfriend that she can't be a part of his secret society, she naturally takes matters into her own hands by beginning a massive prank war for the ages. Here begin her misadventures in breaking down barriers and the old boys network in her boarding school. This is one of the best and funniest books I have ever had the fortune to read.