Reader’s Indigestion: Twilight and the moon cycles

Juliet Brooks ('13)/Eastside Editor-in-Chief

April 20, 2013

Twilight, the 500-page epic poem by Stephanie Meyer, is about the hour between afternoon and night. This informative nonfiction piece, composed of 632 sestinas and four limericks broken into 58 informative "chapters," took the...

A look inside the hottest tween book of the season: The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo

Alex Grayson (’14)/ For Eastside

December 1, 2012

Initially, I picked up The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo because it wrapped three of my absolute favorite things into one book – girls, dragons, and tattoos. However, after excitedly rushing home to dive into the book, I was so...

“The Fault in Our Stars” tells its story flawlessly

Abby Hoffman ('14)/Eastside Opinions Editor

July 22, 2012

Many authors and producers tell stories about the different controversies associated with cancer and its treatment. However, a new perspective has been put on this ghastly illness in the book The Fault in Our Stars. Hazel Grace, a...