Review: A Little Life by Hanya Yanagihara
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by teenpresscorps
8M ago
PLEASE NOTE: THIS IS BOOK INTENDED FOR AN ADULT AUDIENCE, REVIEWED BY ONE OF OUR TPC MEMBERS. PLEASE READ THE DISCLAIMER BELOW. by Jillian DISCLAIMER: Before reading this review or ever considering picking up this novel please check the trigger warnings. This is an adult novel and details heavily distressing material. You can check the trigger warnings here. This review WILL mention some of these topics! I also would like to mention that these are my thoughts strictly on the story of the characters within this novel alone, and not a generalization of society or similar situations in real life ..read more
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TV Review: Daisy Jones & The Six
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by teenpresscorps
8M ago
Review by Amia D., photo courtesy of Lacey Terrell/Prime Video To say I am obsessed with Daisy Jones & The Six is an understatement. I own 2 copies of the book, my phone wallpaper is Daisy Jones & The Six themed, I downloaded the album the minute it came out and I bought the vinyl. I was ecstatic when the episodes started dropping on Amazon Prime and I am so glad that the show did not disappoint. The first 3 episodes were released on March 3, 2023 and new episodes were released every Friday with the final 2 episodes premiering Friday, March 24th.  I’m not the muse. I’m the somebo ..read more
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Review: If He Had Been With Me
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by teenpresscorps
8M ago
By Amia D. Editor’s note: Readers are advised that this book includes mentions of suicide, self-harm, depression, rape, and alcohol abuse. When I first heard of BookTok sensation If He Had Been With Me by Laura Nowlin I was a little apprehensive about starting it. I knew the book did not end on the happiest note, but then again some of the best books never do, so I plucked up my courage and dived in. And OH MY GOSH I can’t believe I ever thought about not reading this book. The story follows Autumn Davis as she navigates what it is to be a teenager in all of its glory and pain. Much of the fo ..read more
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Review: My Year of Rest and Relaxation
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by teenpresscorps
8M ago
By Rebecca C. Readers are advised this is a review of an adult novel that may not be suitable for all teen readers. Content Warnings for this novel include: eating disorders, drugs, sexual assault, toxic relationships, and mentions of suicide. You know how Netflix sometimes labels its shows as “off-beat?” I thought I covered all the bases of that genre after watching Russian Doll and The Umbrella Academy. Let’s just say I didn’t… until I read Ottessa Moshfegh’s My Year of Rest and Relaxation, which features a privileged blonde from Y2K New York City. Despite what shallow, Gossip Girl-like impr ..read more
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Interview: Alex Aster
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by teenpresscorps
8M ago
Reporting by Ava S. and Colleen W. Teen Press members Ava and Colleen sat down with BookTok sensation Alex Aster, author of the recent YA fantasy novel, Lightlark. Here’s what she had to say about her book, her movie deal, and much more! **No Spoilers Here! Colleen: If you could describe your latest release, Lightlark in one word, what would it be? Alex Aster: I think I would describe it as (I hope) dazzling. I know that’s a strange word to say about your own book, but I really tried to have it be atmospheric and have that kind of aesthetic, even though it’s this deadly game. Hopefully, it’s d ..read more
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