YOUth Review – Room by Emma Donoghue

Room is a psychological fiction novel written by Emma Donoghue. The novel is told through the perspective of Jack, a five year old boy living with his mother, who he refers to as “Ma''. Jack and Ma live in a single room which they both refer to as “room”. Jack’s world has only ever consisted... Continue Reading →

YOUth Review: The Hawthorne Legacy 

  TBPL Book Review by Odessa Opas  The Hawthorne Legacy, a thrilling sequel to The Inheritance Games, is well worth your time.  This second installment is a gem of a YA book by the incredibly talented Jennifer Lynn Barnes.  Taking place in enormous and mysterious Hawthorne House, live the four powerful Hawthorne grandsons; their family;... Continue Reading →

YOUth Review: Piranesi by Susanna Clarke

Piranesi, by Susanna Clarke, is a true masterpiece. Published almost twenty years after Clarke’s debut novel, Piranesi explores humanity from such a new angle - and yet, it feels so familiar. The book introduces us to the main character, Piranesi, who, upon the first few pages, is immensely infatuated with the House, an endless expanse... Continue Reading →

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