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Letters to the Lost

This book, OMG!! I didn't know if this was going to be a win for me. The contemporary YA genre is so hit and miss for me that I usually go into them with the thought that I won't be finishing the book. So when I find something like this tha...

5 Stars

The Secrets at the Chocolate Mansion - Maggie Brooklyn Mystery

Maggie Brooklyn and her twin brother, Finn, are so excited about having a new sweet shop in the neighborhood. When they go to the grand opening of Sonya’s Sweets, they can’t believe what they witness firsthand. Someone has broken the pictur...

4 Stars

Crown of Midnight - Throne of Glass, #2

This sequel was exactly what I was hoping for! Sometimes second books can be a bit of a let down, but Crown of Midnight delivers in more ways than one! Celaena Is now royal assassin. She now has a lot of respect and is shown to be a true he...

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Dance of Shadows

Dance of Shadows blew away all expectations and preconceived notions I had going into it. I knew it would be Black Swan-esque, but the paranormal twist at the end had me shocked, intrigued, and ready to devour the next book in this presumed...

4 Stars

Hysteria

I really wanted to like, no, love, Hysteria. The summary oozed mystery, intrigue, murder, and an unreliable narrator, my favorite for mystery novels. Instead what I received is insta-love not two months after Mallory murdered her ex-boyfrie...

3 Stars

Marilyn - The Passion and the Paradox

I’ll begin with a quote from Marilyn: “I knew that I belonged to the public and to the world, not because I was talented or even beautiful but, because I had never belonged to anything or anyone else.” Sadly, this is what she really thought...

4 Stars

Tempest Unleashed

Tempest Unleashed is full of wonderfully interesting characters, with a vibrant setting, and considerable amounts of action mixed with perfectly romantic moments. It is nice to see Tempest try to grow into the decisions that she made from t...

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  • Author: Tracy Deebs
  • Review by: Sarah Dizon
  • Genre: YA
  • Tags: * Fantasy, Supernatural, * Young Adult
  • Publisher: Bloomsbury

Throne of Glass

Despite a slightly slow start, Throne of Glass quickly captured my full attention, and then held it all the way to the very end. Sarah J. Maas has created a world I’ve never been to before. One of the reasons this book is so exciting to me...

5 Stars

Stolen Away

Lord Strahan, King of Faery, has just kidnapped Eloise Hart. Eloise had no idea that the world of the Faery had even existed before this. While Strahan was only supposed to rule for seven years, now he doesn't want to give up the crown. Elo...

4 Stars

How To Be a Good Cat

Bobo is a very good dog so when Mr, Hiccup asks if Bobo will watch his new kitten, Bobo says he will. What a big mistake. Bonkers, the kitten, is not a very well mannered cat and quickly makes a mess of Bobo's house. At this point Bobo asks...

4 Stars

After Obsession

After Obsession by Carrie Jones and Steven E. Wedel is fantastically creepy! Any fan of horror, supernatural suspense, and paranormal romance would love After Obsession. The characters are enjoyable and relatable without being clich‚d. The...

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Ruling Passion

Ruling Passion is a grouping of Alyxandra Harvey's Drake Chronicles. It contains the first three books; My Love Lies Bleeding, Blood Feud, and Out for Blood. I will say this right now you need to read these stories in order to understand th...

5 Stars

Haunting Violet

Violet Willougby's mother is a famous medium, though it is not as well-known that Violet's mother is an infamous fake: a false psychic and certainly not a widow. After years of helping her mother con attendees at s‚ances, they are summoned...

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Hearts At Stake - The Drake Chronicls - Being A Vampire Princess Really Bites, Book 1

Wow, it has been a long time since a new vampire series has caught my attention, but this one definitely has. In this YA series by Alexandra Harvey she has turned vampirism into sort of a disease, at least for the main character. The take o...

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How to Ditch Your Fairy

HOW TO DITCH YOUR FAIRY is the newest YA book by the very talented Justine Larbalestier, author of the Magic or Madness Trilogy. The reader is introduced to the town of New Avalon, a place where everyone has their own fairy. Havin...

4 Stars
  • Author: Justine Larbalestier
  • Review by: Rachael
  • Genre: YA
  • Tags: * Young Adult
  • Publisher: Bloomsbury