Category Archive: Lit

Review of Kingdom of Ash by Sarah J. Maas

By Evelyn Burdsall On October 23, 2018, Sarah J. Maas released her final novel in the Throne of Glass series, which several of my friends and I love. Everyone who read her books… Continue reading

Turtles All the Way Down Book Review

By: Hannah Schmidt October 10 the nearly six year drought finally ended: John Green published a new book. I received my signed pre order of Turtles All the Way Down in the mail… Continue reading

The Train Pulls into the Station, a poem

by Katie Doherty I know that the train has pulled into my destination, but I can’t help but stop to admire her beauty. she stares into the leather bound book opened in her… Continue reading

The Leaving by Tara Altebrando: Book Review

by Ally Baig Eleven years ago, six kindergarteners went missing after a school shooting.  Most people in their small town have moved on, until five of them return with almost no memories of… Continue reading

The Black Hermione Controversy

By Sophie Clark We all know the magical series of Harry Potter as a lighthearted tale of witches and wizards fighting evil and learning charms and skills in Defense Against the Dark Arts.… Continue reading

Hilary: a Physical Therapist at Cleveland Clinic Children’s Hospital for Rehabilitation

by Mackenzie Berk The Life Chapter of Hilary a Physical Therapist at Cleveland Clinic Children’s Hospital for Rehabilitation and a graduate of Cleveland State University, Mackenzie Berk Hathaway Brown High School Student and Aspiring… Continue reading

“Legacy Letters” Book Review

by Cassandra Lis This seemingly nonfiction novel by Carew Papritz recounts lessons learned of life and love from the point of view of a dying father to his ex-wife and unborn twin children. The… Continue reading

The Greatest Gift

by Lizzie Crotty the greatest gift in life would be to go before the others to never have to place a bouquet on a stone carved with too few words or cry amongst… Continue reading

Book Review on Fahrenheit 451: A Book That Burns (Almost Literally)

By: Chloe Schwartz “‘We need not to be let alone. We need to be really bothered once in a while. How long is it since you were really bothered? About something important, about… Continue reading

The Misfortunes of the 100th Freshman: The Super Secret Transcript from the Nurse’s Office (Part II)

By Isabella Nilsson Note from the Author: The file in this installment is from the super-secret extra-hidden double-padlocked X-ray-impervious filing cabinet of Ima Heeler, HB Nurse, and was obtained surreptitiously and through the… Continue reading