Classic Literature: Good or Not?

By: Emma Zeller Classic literature- the stories and ideas that have influenced our world for centuries- are they actually good? I read and reviewed the most common classics to read in high school so you can find the one that fits you best.  Especially now, our surroundings are often chaotic and our schedules are crammed.... Continue Reading →

Five Cozy Books For Fall

By: Emma Nelson As summer fades and fall begins to roll in, I can't think of a better time to nestle up by a crackling fire, hot cocoa in one hand and a book in the other. Something about the fall puts me in a reading mood. But not just any book will quench this... Continue Reading →

The Holy Trinity of AP Literature

How Each AP Lit Teacher’s Personality Creates a Unique Classroom Experience By Charlotte Suttee Students, you may notice how your friends have enrolled in the same course, but landed with a different teacher, and as a result, receives a very different learning experience from you. Sure, every AP English Literature class prepares students with the... Continue Reading →

Prince of Thorns Review

Prince of Thorns by Mark Lawrence was his first book and it turned out really well, but not many people have heard of it. It is book one of his Broken Empire series. You may know Lawrence for his new book Red Sister that was published last year and is a nominee for the Audie... Continue Reading →

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