⭑⭑⭑ ½ / 5
By John Green
REVIEW by Meghan Boyd
Another classic John Green novel. Quirky characters, someone’s gone missing, and lots and lots of philosophy. It’s hard not to draw comparisons between Turtles and Green's older novel Paper Towns. However, Turtles is it’s own, albeit slightly bizarre, creation.
By Rainbow Rowell
REVIEW by Sharon Moses
In her novel Eleanor and Park, Rainbow Rowell captures the romance between two young social misfits so beautifully. It’s awkward, it’s adorable, it’s painful, it’s heartbreaking and it’s so, so moving.
By Patti Laboucane-Benson
"As brutal as Pete’s family’s story is, LaBoucane-Benson and Mellings’ sensitive, careful, honest presentation reveals a narrative that must be told, acknowledged, remembered, confronted, fixed." (Smithsonian Asian Pacific American Centre)
By Shaun David Hutchinson
Hope G. loved this book so much that she read it in one day and recommends it to The Writers’ Club.
“There are no words for how incredible this book is. Hutchinson constantly keeps you guessing and gives you no respite from the heartbreak in Henry's pages. I want every teen I know to read this.” reviewed by Marka Law (published on amazon.com).