Call me simple but I love the young adult fantasy genre. Give me a well planned plot with tremendous world building, don’t make it more than 400 pages long because […]
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So there’s this Queen that can keep everyone safe from the mean, nasty natural spirits that inhabit this world. The Queen can do this by controlling these water, fire, earth, wood, and air spirits by using the power they gave her over them. Do you see anything wrong with this scenario? Oh, yeah, a lot can go wrong…
I think I’m batting about 50% this month on books I’m reading. I’ve had a few lately that I’ve wanted to DNF but I managed to stick it out and finish them. Unfortunately, this particular book was one that actually made me more mad by the end.
In the mood for a new urban fantasy series that has a “world” that’s easy to get into? Have I got a story for you… Struck by Amanda Carlson […]
This completely appropriate-for-the-YA-crowd story is about what happens when everything you’ve been taught to believe is complete and utter nonsense, just to get you to comply for the greater good.
Nightstruck is one of those perfect urban fantasy stories that will find an audience with teens. With a straight forward, easy to follow storyline and world building, it’s a quick read. I read this almost in one night! I tore through this story so fast that when I got to the ending…
I can’t believe I waited this long to read a book by Seanan McGuire! I’m a freaking idiot. I own Rosemary and Rue, I just haven’t gotten to it. And nope, I haven’t read anything under her Mira Grant incarnation, either. Told you, I’m am a nitwit.
Ms. Tucholke writes the most artful, gothic stories for today’s audience. Any story she puts to paper, I’ll probably read.
Mechanical horses… with feelings?? You betcha! Best friends together forever? Yup. Detroit front and center? So awesome… Do I really need to write a review? Oh, alright…
Disclaimer right off the bat: I adore Sophie Jordan’s writing. I’ve read some of her romances and I like what she does with a romance. So it was about time I got to her more fantastical reads.
Unhooked feels like the little story that could.
Sword and Verse is getting some very polarizing reviews out on Goodreads. Just quickly looking at the ratings, it appears you either loved the story or you gave it a valiant try and DNF’d it around 50%. I can actually support both viewpoints.
What an odd, quirky story this turned out to be. Not at all what I thought it would be going into it. I loved the humor but turns out there’s a bit of a mystery here, too.
One of the best young adult books I’ve read since…
Do you need something to read over the holidays? Desperate for a book for the Ho-Ho-Ho Read-a-Thon? If you enjoy innocent (wink) young adult romance that tickles new adult, you will love this holiday themed anthology.