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    Review: “Vengeance Road,” Erin Bowman

    August 18, 2016

    Having got my taste for YA Westerns from Rae Carson’s Walk on Earth a Stranger, I was fully expecting to dive into Vengeance Road and love it straight off the bat. Sadly, that wasn’t the case.…

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    Review: “And I Darken,” Kiersten White

    June 19, 2016

    You know what? And I Darken just wasn’t the book for me. Despite the rave reviews I’m seeing everywhere as its release grows imminent, I just can’t manage to make myself like this one. A slow,…

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    Review: “Into the Dim,” Janet B. Taylor

    March 19, 2016

    I really wanted to like Into the Dim. The premise intrigued me and any time travel book that has a recommendation from Diana Gabaldon promises fantastic things. Unfortunately, Into the Dim fell victim to many YA…

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    Review: “Passenger,” Alexandra Bracken

    February 9, 2016

    Passenger is an extremely hard book for me to rate. The half of the book didn’t really do anything for me… the second, however, was a frantic page-turning adventure. Alexandra Bracken’s lush descriptions are back, and…

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    Review: “Sisters’ Fate,” Jessica Spotswood

    January 26, 2016

    Spoilers for the series and this book in the review. Sisters’ Fate is the final instalment in Jessica Spotswood’s brilliant Cahill Witch Chronicles. Although it was far from perfect, I thought this was a stellar read…

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    Review: “Star Cursed,” Jessica Spotswood

    January 25, 2016

    Star Cursed is perhaps even better than its predecessor, Born Wicked. The stakes are higher, Cate and her sisters’ prophecy is drawing closer and their plans are more dangerous. A wonderful mix of historical fantasy, romance…

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    Review: “Worlds of Ink and Shadow,” Lena Coakley

    January 10, 2016

    Worlds of Ink & Shadow was utterly superb. Being my first foray into Lena Coakley’s writing (I’ve wanted to read Witchlanders for the longest time) I was incredibly impressed with the quality of writing, character development…