In a 50th episode celebration, Kirsty & Carissa return to vampire- and werewolf-infested Forks to find out what happens when your boyfriend dumps you! Spoiler alert: it's not good. Topic: New Moon by Stephenie Meyer Theme: "Make It Ours" by Evermore
Kirsty & Carissa take one last field trip to Hogwarts & beyond in an attempt to destroy every Horcrux, because Dumbledore said so, and defeat Voldemort in a meaningful way. Topic: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows by J.K. Rowling Theme: "Make It Our.
Kirsty & Carissa are full of regret as they recount possibly the most painful reading experience of their lives, featuring cool hot dudes, naked dragon ladies, lots of money, questionable comic book references, and rare book collecting. Topic: Obsidian.
Carissa & Kirsty revisit an American classic to examine the intricacies of a small-town Southern childhood in terms of both what is spoken and unspoken. Topic: To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee Theme: "Make It Ours" by Evermore
Carissa & Kirsty embrace summertime and join four relatable high school gals to trade pants and stories about divorced parents, adrenaline chases, recognition of mortality, and Being Too Pretty. Topic: The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants by Ann Brash.
Kirsty & Carissa join an angel and a demon in their race to find the Antichrist and avert Armageddon. Also featured: witches, witchfinders, hellhounds, maggots, Queen, aliens, and biker gangs with creative nicknames. Topic: Good Omens by Neil Gaiman & .
Kirsty & Carissa make a return trip to Hogwarts, but this time, it's a teen romance! Time to learn about Voldemort's past, question Dumbledore's decision-making, and aggressively stalk Draco Malfoy. Topic: Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince by J.K..
Carissa & Kirsty join a sharp and nameless narrator on her drug-addled quest to sleep away the nihilistic monotonies and tragedies of her life in this darkly funny and deeply personal novel. Topic: My Year of Rest & Relaxation by Ottessa Moshfegh Theme.
Kirsty & Carissa peek through the academic looking glass at the ways in which language, culture, and thought intertwine and interact. Topic: Through the Language Glass by Guy Deutscher Theme: "Make It Ours" by Evermore
Kirsty & Carissa visit a tranquil dystopia (or utopia) in which death has been all but exterminated -- except for the Scythes, an order of benevolent assassins who are going through quite the political upheaval. Topic: Scythe by Neal Schusterman Theme:.