Charlie Hallal Reviews Gripped Part 1: The Truth We Never Told

Written by Charlie Hallal - Hingham, Massachusetts The book Gripped Part 1: The Truth We Never Told by Stacy Padula is an incredibly entertaining story that never fails to keep readers entertained and engaged. The many interesting characters that appear in the story demonstrate both how important it is to be conscious about how your … Continue reading Charlie Hallal Reviews Gripped Part 1: The Truth We Never Told

Hingham High School Junior Shares Why Teens Should Be Reading The Gripped Series

Written by Charlie Hallal - Hingham, Massachusetts As a junior in high school, I would recommend Stacy Padula's book, Gripped #1: The Truth We Never Told, to any kid anywhere from middle school to college. This is due to the many ways I feel kids in this age group, including myself, can relate to the … Continue reading Hingham High School Junior Shares Why Teens Should Be Reading The Gripped Series

An Interview with Weymouth’s John Savage about Stacy Padula’s “Gripped” Characters

After reading Gripped 1: The Truth We Never Told by Stacy Padula, John Savage, a senior at Weymouth High School, was interviewed about the different characters. There are a few different storylines running through Gripped Part 1 because it is setting up the rest of the series. What storyline do you find the most interesting … Continue reading An Interview with Weymouth’s John Savage about Stacy Padula’s “Gripped” Characters

Weymouth High School Senior Recommends This Y.A. Book to Teens Across America

Written by John Savage, Weymouth, Massachusetts As a senior in high school, I relate to Stacy Padula's novel Gripped Part 1: The Truth We Never Told. To an extent, I have seen what drugs can do to people and athletes, specifically. I also know and understand the ins-and-outs of what it’s like to be in … Continue reading Weymouth High School Senior Recommends This Y.A. Book to Teens Across America

An Interview with Y.A. Reader Isabelle Semas on “The Battle for Innocence”

Isabelle Semas is in her senior year of high school, and has been homeschooled most of her life.  She looks forward to graduating this year and hopes to pursue a career in Early Childhood Education.  In her spare time, she sings in a christian band named NHB with her friends, is very involved in her … Continue reading An Interview with Y.A. Reader Isabelle Semas on “The Battle for Innocence”