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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: “Trial by Fire,” Josephine Angelini

    December 30, 2015

    I wanted to enjoy this one by Josephine Angelini, as she’s one of those authors I have a few books by but have never read. The synopsis seemed to promise something uniquely ‘witchy’ (and I’m ready…

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    Review: “The Sweet Far Thing,” Libba Bray

    April 27, 2014

    Though incredibly long, The Sweet Far Thing still remains a fantastic and to a fantastic series. Gemma’s story comes full circle – the stakes are higher and danger threatens. If you’re a fan of the previous…

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    Review: “Rebel Angels,” Libba Bray

    April 20, 2014

    Rebel Angels has always held a place in my heart as my favourite of the ‘Gemma Doyle’ trilogy. I was so eager to re-read this book and knew that it wouldn’t disappoint the second (or third!)…

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    Review: “Born Wicked,” Jessica Spotswood

    February 20, 2012

    A stunning read! Born Wicked hits all the right notes with its romance, magic and historical New England setting. Readers of Michelle Zink and Libba bray will delight in this 2012 debut by Jessica Spotswood. This…

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    Review: “Hex Hall,” Rachel Hawkins

    February 25, 2011

    I heard a lot of great things about this one before starting it, so perhaps that’s why my expectations were so high upon opening the first page. While I did enjoy parts of Hex Hall, it…