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Ashlords: A Review

Okay ya'll… This might just be my favorite book of all time. Seriously. And I'll try and write a coherent review without dissolving into fangirl squeals. Basic Plot The Scorpio Races meets Hunger Games, basically. Did I ever mention that both of those are on my lists of favorites? Eleven phoenix riders take part in… Continue reading Ashlords: A Review

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And I Darken: A Review

As the baby latched on with surprising fierceness, the nurse offered her own prayer.Let her be strong.Let her be sly.And let her be ugly. And I Darken, a story about an abandoned pair of siblings trapped in a country they want no part in. Lada: the firstborn with fire in her soul, eyes, and fists.… Continue reading And I Darken: A Review

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Why I have Issues with Holly Black Books

I have read a total of four books by Holly Black: The Cruel Prince, The Wicked King, The Darkest Part of the Forest, and The Coldest Girl in Coldtown. The best I gave a four star rating (The Cruel Prince). The worst I gave one star (The Wicked King and The Coldest Girl in Coldtown).… Continue reading Why I have Issues with Holly Black Books

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A Torch Against the Night: A Review

Credit to designer Okay, ya'll. Sit back and get ready because this is going to be a long and very rantish review.  Let's start off with the positives first, though, okay? Helene. Yep, that's it. Moving on... Kidding. I have to lovingly rant about one of my favorite characters ever now. Helene is real. Helene… Continue reading A Torch Against the Night: A Review

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Agents Adam and Eve: A Review

Goodness! I can't believe it has already been a month since I last posted! Well, anyway, I had the privilege of reading and reviewing Agents Adam and Eve, an up-and-coming futuristic thriller that is sure to keep you on your toes! Okay, so first: I am an awful Beta/review reader. I am sooo sorry, Jes,… Continue reading Agents Adam and Eve: A Review

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Strange the Dreamer: A Review

Credit to Laini Taylor. I merely found this on the internet. If you were to look at any Hot List for top YA novels right now, odds are Strange the Dreamer is one of them. I have seen its mass popularity for a while now--The Muse of Nightmares included. To be honest, the story didn't… Continue reading Strange the Dreamer: A Review

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The Scorpio Races: A Review

I think I've found a new favorite. Never did I think I would say that a book about racing flesh-eating horses would earn five stars, but, as you can see, it has. Honestly, I have no words, just praise and fangirl squeals.  Maggie Stiefvater has a way with words. She turns them into poetry, into… Continue reading The Scorpio Races: A Review

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The Deceiver’s Heart: A Review

This... this is a good book. My head is still reeling from all of the plot twists and love that I have for these precious characters. Jennifer A. Nielsen has a way with words, a true gift. She uses emotion so well that I can't help but dread scenes, have my heart racing in others,… Continue reading The Deceiver’s Heart: A Review

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Fawkes: A Review

After practically a month of reading this, I am done! Since I usually only take a day to read a book, this should tell you quite a bit about what I thought. Thomas Fawkes is the main character but I just could not connect with him. There was nothing about him that set him apart… Continue reading Fawkes: A Review

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Throne of Glass: A Review

Oh dear... this is going to be fun. Throne of Glass is the first book in the Throne of Glass series by Sarah J. Maas. A series that is surprisingly quite popular, actually. We first begin with Celaena (our protagonist) being taken away from her prison and brought to the castle. We find out she… Continue reading Throne of Glass: A Review