Harry Potter: A History of Magic

The world of Harry Potter is still alive, now in a book where you can read about the fascinating collection of Harry Potter related items at the British Library.

The Opposite of Innocent

The Opposite of Innocent is a haunting verse novel set against the backdrop of young love, what it is and isn’t, and one girl’s relationship with an older man that doesn’t go how she thought it would at all. I

A Spark of Light

Jodi Picoult returns with her 25th novel, set over the course of one day as a gunman takes those inside an abortion clinic hostage

The Child Finder

I finally read the missing-child-mystery I’d been wanting to read for over a year, and had owned for nine months, and I’m so upset I didn’t read it earlier, but it really puts October off to a good reading start.  

City of Ghosts

City of Ghosts is the first middle grade novel by Victoria Schwab (also know as VE) and it’s also the first book I’ve read by Schwab and I was not disappointed

Whiskey in a Teacup

Reese Witherspoon’s first book is finally out in the world and it’s not exactly what you would expect. It’s a southern lifestyle book

Lethal White

Robert Galbraith (aka JK Rowling) is back with another gritty detective novel involving blackmail, the possible strangling of a child, lots of horses, and government ministers behaving badly.

The Happiness Project

Thanks for the giveaway! I’m so excited. Can I do a pre-order of Wundsmith, the new Morrigan Crow book? My address is Aryssa Damron 236 Massachusetts Avenue NE Mailbox 23 Washington, DC 20002.

Dry

Set in an all-too-near future, Dry by Neal Shusterman is a dystopian novel that will leave you thirsting for water and wary of every single individual you meet.