Kirsten Kalebich, Arizona State University
Tired of seeing the same old story? Try exploring some of these books that feature fresh ideas and bold new takes.
Emily Elizabeth Louie, American University
Bookstagram and BookTok have flooded brick-and-mortar bookshops with a new wave of literature lovers.
Saba Bazzi, Wayne State University
In her memoir, the actor gives us an inside look at her baffling experience as a child star while enduring a complicated relationship with her mom.
Virginia Beall, Elon University
The U.S. is supposedly built on a platform of free speech, but some Americans want to promote censorship.
Eva McCarthy Mínguez, Stony Brook University
The poet and photographer has grown since the publication of her last book.
Nnekakwo Adibe, Lesley University
The R&B icon’s memoir is a story chronicled by a woman who has known brokenness and imprisonment, but has found her light at the end of the tunnel.
McKenna Uzelac, Columbia University
In her 2019 book, the comedian beautifully articulates a fascination with the ordinary, which just might be the key to true happiness, especially during the pandemic.
Julia Greene, Columbia College Chicago
The book is full of social media, insane baked goods and a love story you can’t help but root for.
Mia Kellner, University of St Andrews
At first glance, ‘The Hunger Games’ prequel has flat characters and a dull Hunger Games. However, is Suzanne Collins just challenging readers to reflect on how they view violence in entertainment?
Megan Thompson, Montclair State University
The original novel behind the Netflix series leaves fans intrigued and captivated by the modern-day Ted Bundy.
Hannah Jumer, Converse College
This beautifully dark, lyric verse novel tells the story of Joan of Arc — a young country girl turned great leader who burned for the girls who fear the fire inside themselves.
Kiersten Lynch, Seton Hall University
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Angela Herbst, Lakeland University
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