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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