I really couldn’t control my all-out sprint from the ending of White Hot, headfirst into starting the last book in the Hidden Legacy trilogy, Wildfire. The writing team of Ilona Andrews impressed me (yet again) with a satisfying new story that also continues the story arc that has been ongoing […]
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I think this is the very first book I’ve read that’s been translated from it’s original language. I’m not quite sure what to make of it or how to review it. On one hand, it is such an awesomely unique idea for a story but on the other, it’s […]
You’ve seen this book around. Book two is out tomorrow. You’ve heard the hype about this debut. You’ve read the reviews. Does it live up to it all?
I was expecting big things from Erin Summerill’s Ever the Hunted as soon as I read the synopsis and added the book to my TBR pile. Yes, there’s certainly a glut of YA fantasy out there. It’s been hit or miss for me with YA fantasy novels these last two […]
Honestly, I think this series is amazing. I never know if the story is going turn a corner and tug on my heart strings or if we’re going to run full tilt into a near death battle.
By now you’ve most likely heard about the book Illuminae. It’s innovative, fast-paced, and extremely mind-numbingly contemplative. I’m sure many of my brain cells suffered in the reading of this book. And I didn’t have many to spare. Illuminae rightfully won many awards in it’s first year of publication and it […]
I might own a few of Kiersten White’s previous books. I might not have read them yet, either. I may have to change that immediately.
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 is out today (May 24th, 2016) and it’s a brand new series for Ms. Carlson, who is probably better known […]
Laura Kaye has ended her Hard Ink series but it is living on, in part, in her new Raven Riders series. And even if you haven’t read any of the Hard Ink books, you will have no problem “fitting in” with this bike club.
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.