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Review: The Wolf’s Mirror by Caroline Healy

Changing places doesn’t always help you see things differently. Cassie throws the first punch in a brawl at Winchester Abbey Girl’s School. Her subsequent suspension is a glitch in Cassie’s master plan; Finish School/Get Job/Leave Home (and never come back). As punishment her mother banishes her to Ludlow Park, their creepy ancestral home. In the dark of… Continue reading Review: The Wolf’s Mirror by Caroline Healy

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Book Tour w/ Review: 27 Days to Midnight by Kristine Kruppa

Sometimes there are good novels. And then there are novel like this where you can read all the blood, sweat, and tears put into every word. If this sounds like a novel you would be interested in, I implore to not pass it up. Become caught up in Kruppa’s extraordinarily fantasy.

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Review: The Griever’s Mark by Katherine Hurley

Title: The Griever's Mark Series: The Griever's Mark #1 Author: Katherine Hurley Genre:  YA Sci-fi & Fantasy Publisher: Release Date:  November 11th, 2014 Format: Ebook Source:  ARC from NetGalley Pages: 333 Rating:  4 stars Before Astarti’s mother abandoned her to the deadly ocean tides, she gave her infant daughter a parting gift: a tattoo known as the Griever’s Mark,… Continue reading Review: The Griever’s Mark by Katherine Hurley

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Review: Crimson Sky by Amy Braun

Title: Crimson Sky Series: Dark Sky Series #1 Author: Amy Braun Genre:  YA Steampunk, horror fantasy Publisher: Release Date: February 2nd 2016 Format: Ebook Source: ARC from BookReviewBuzz.com Pages: 240 Rating: 5 Stars   They're always watching. They're always waiting. They're always starving… Ten years ago, the sky shattered and the Hellions emerged. No one was able to keep them from destroying the… Continue reading Review: Crimson Sky by Amy Braun

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Why I Don’t Read YA

Young Adult is a genre that has recently exploded into something far beyond what it was when I was that age. With the popularity of series such as Harry Potter, Twilight, The Immortal Instruments, etc., it seems that the YA genre has been growing exponentially both in novels written and the authors who write it.… Continue reading Why I Don’t Read YA