Showing 1–6 of 6 books

  • Author: Rainbow Rowell
  • Carry On

    Simon Snow, the Chosen One, is supposed to be saving the world, but is instead aimlessly leaking magic and obsessing over his possibly murderous roommate, Baz. Morton captures the nuances of each character's speech with superb timing that accentuates this book's laugh aloud humor and tender pathos.
  • Carry On

    Simon Snow may be the chosen one, but he would prefer to just enjoy his last year at the Watford School of Magicks and figure out why his roommate and nemesis, Baz, is missing.
  • Eleanor & Park

    Two outsiders--awkward, redheaded Eleanor and quiet, half-Korean Park--fall in love in 1986 Omaha, reading comics, sharing mix tapes, and braving the wrath of Eleanor's terrifying stepfather. Lowman and Malhotra's tender narration captures the emotional highs and lows of this sophisticated tale of first love.
  • Eleanor & Park

    The year is 1986 when Eleanor arrives in town to live with her family and abusive step- father. It's been a year since the last time she lived with them, and she doesn't expect life to be any better. Park's life, on the other hand, is going steady. He's got a spot in the popular crowd and he's about to get his driver's license. But when the two meet on the bus, things change drastically. Even though they both know high school romances never last, they're going to try everything they've got to make it work. But in end, will everything they have be enough?
  • Fangirl

    Writing fanfiction eases Cath's rocky transition to college life.  Lowman's genuine characterization of  anxiety-ridden Cath is complemented by Caulfield's magical narration of the story within the story.
  • Fangirl

    As a college freshman, Cath struggles to find her place as she tries to balance her chaotic home life, her fan-fiction writing, and school, while discovering what life is like without her twin sister.