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Want to read some amazing Young Adult books with us? Here’s our reading queue for the next few episodes:
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Previous Podcast Episodes
Well, harvest our organs! Wait... is that not a common phrase? Bryan and Robert will ask that and the other great questions of the universe as they review Never Let Me Go by Kazuo Ishiguro. Bryan’s quick summary: From their youth, Kathy, Ruth, and Tommy were special....read more
Get your tissues ready for one of the best and saddest books we've reviewed so far! Check out Bryan and Robert's review of All the Bright Places by Jennifer Niven. Bryan’s quick summary: Theodore Finch is obsessed with death, constantly wondering all the ways he might...read more
It's tough letting go, especially when you love YA colonization thrillers! Check out Bryan and Robert's review of The Knife of Never Letting Go by Patrick Ness. Bryan’s quick summary: Todd Hewitt is just one month away from becoming a man in a world where everyone can...read more
Unlike this show, Monument 14 wasn't a disaster at all! Check out our review of the action-packed Monument 14 by Emmy Laybourne. Bryan’s quick summary: Dean is like most kids his age. Awkward, nerdy, and endlessly hung up on the most popular girl in school. When he...read more
If Robert and Bryan could specialize in any material, it would be book reviews! Check out their review of The Paper Magician by Charlie N. Holmberg. Bryan’s quick summary: Ceony Twill was the top of her class at the Tagis Praff School for the Magically Inclined, but...read more
Unlike paper towns, this review really does exist! Check out Bryan and Robert's review of John Green's second most popular book, Paper Towns. Bryan’s quick summary: Quentin Jacobsen's girl next door, Margo Roth Spiegelman, has always been a beautiful mystery. When she...read more
Get out your Tarot deck and polish your Louisiana accept, because we're going to the deep South! Check out Bryan and Robert's review of Poison Princess by Kresley Cole. Bryan’s quick summary: Evie Green is one of the popular kids in her Louisiana high school, at least...read more
Listen as Bryan and Robert use their Grace of killer book reviewing! This week, check out their review of Graceling by Kristin Cashore. Bryan’s quick summary: In a world where a select few possess special talents known as graces that can range from dancing to...read more
People are lining up to win our podcast affection! Check out Bryan and Robert's review of the novella The Prince by Kiera Cass. Bryan’s quick summary: Before thirty-five girls were chosen to compete for Prince Maxon's heart on the selection, he was just a boy trying...read more
Nerds... in... space! Check out Robert and Bryan's take on Hugh Howey's debut novel, Molly Fyde and the Parsona Rescue. Bryan’s quick summary: Molly Fyde was the only girl in Flight Academy until she was expelled by her sexist commander. She'd nearly adjusted to a...read more
Bryan and Robert are deliriously excited to review another Lauren Oliver book! Check out their review of her series starter Delirium. Bryan’s quick summary: Lena Haloway is about to be cured. As soon as she turns eighteen – or in 95 days, not that anyone’s counting....read more
Bryan and Robert have emerged from the shadows once again, but what while they see when they get there?! Check out their review of City of Bones by Cassandra Clare. Bryan’s quick summary: Clary Fray, fifteen, and her best friend, Simon, are out clubbing in the trendy...read more
Try as they might, Bryan and Robert can't get their hands to light up, but they'll drown this week's sorrows in a review of I Am Number Four by Pittacus Lore. Bryan’s quick summary: Nine Loriens came to Earth a decade ago, and while they look like humans, they're...read more
Can Bryan and Robert return to a matching opinion with their latest YA dystopian review? Check out their thoughts on Matched by Ally Condie. Bryan’s quick summary: Everything in Cassia's world has been chosen. What she can read, what to believe, and who she'll love. A...read more
Kick back on your porch with some sweet tea and listen to this southern-fried review! In this episode, Robert and Bryan take on the Gatlin, South Carolina-set Beautiful Creatures by Kami Garcia and Margaret Stohl. Bryan’s quick summary: Ethan Wate's only escape from...read more
Why read Thirteen Reasons Why? Why not? Check out Robert and Bryan's review of the painfully good book Thirteen Reasons Why by Jay Asher. Bryan’s quick summary: Clay Jensen never expected the tapes. 7 tapes with 13 stories told by Hannah Baker, Clay's crush and a...read more
If Robert had to pick between 36 books to find a lifetime companion, The Selection wouldn't be anywhere near the top! Check out Bryan and Robert's review of The Selection by Kiera Cass. Bryan’s quick summary: America Singer lives in a world where everyone is born into...read more
Bryan and Robert are feeling super today. With or without metabands! Check out our review of Meta by Tom Reynolds. Bryan’s quick summary: Connor Connolly is a loser, an orphan, and literal dead meat until a mysterious pair of wristbands gives him magical abilities. He...read more
Are Bryan and Robert shadow-kissed enough to read each other's feelings? Find out how they felt about the first book in the Vampire Academy series by Richelle Mead. Bryan’s quick summary: Rose Hathaway and her best friend Lissa lead a relatively normal life. Aside...read more
How will two non-criminals view a book about the best fictional thief of our time? Check out Robert and Bryan's review of Artemis Fowl by Eoin Colfer. Bryan’s quick summary: Artemis Fowl is a brilliant criminal mastermind, and he's just turned 12. When he learns of a...read more
Robert and Bryan are glad they aren't competing for best reviewer. Check out their thoughts on Throne of Glass by Sarah J. Maas. Bryan’s quick summary: Celaena Sardothien was the most feared assassin in the world at the age of 17. At least, until she was caught and...read more
Feel free to re-live this episode as many times as you want! In Episode 15, Bryan and Robert take on Before I Fall by Lauren Oliver. Bryan’s quick summary: Samantha Kingston is at the top of the popularity food chain, running her high school with an iron fist, along...read more
Can you survive the 14th wave of Bryan and Robert? Listen to our review of The 5th Wave by Rick Yancey! Bryan’s quick summary: Humanity never expected aliens quite like this. After four unexpected waves of attacks exterminate most of humanity, Cassie is one of few...read more
Listen up as Robert and Bryan steal your hearts with this review of the YA spy caper, Heist Society by Ally Carter. Bryan’s quick summary: Katarina Bishop thought she'd left her life of thievery behind when she scammed her way into the best boarding school in the...read more
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