Children Of Blood And Bone – Review

"It doesn't matter how strong I get, how much power my magic wields. They will always hate me in this world." I should start by saying, I'd been dying to get my hands on this book for months! I know, I know. Hyped books. But this one called out to me. And JUST LOOK AT [...]

Shadow Run – Review

"I liked to think I wasn't new to danger, but the longer I spent in these cold fringes, the more I learned that the term acceptable risk meant something quite different from what I was used to." In this future world, all the portals linking galaxies have been destroyed long ago by a substance that's [...]

The Oracle Year – Review

"Anything can happen, Will Dando thought. In the next five seconds, in the next five years. Anything at all." One morning Will Dando woke up with 108 predictions ringing loudly in his mind. They were specific, and seemed to make no real sense. He wasn't even sure it was real. Except he couldn't get them [...]

A Psalm For Lost Girls – Review

*** This review was originally published at Teenreads.com, click HERE to view*** In her debut novel, A PSALM FOR LOST GIRLS, Katie Bayerl presents a profound coming of age story wrapped within a thriller. Themes of loss, love, sisterhood and faith are saturated throughout the pages. The added layers of suspense and mystery give this [...]

To Kill A Kingdom – Review

"Technically, I'm a murderer, but I like to think that's one of my better qualities." When I said that 2018 was going to be the year of epic books, I'll admit, I had no idea how accurate that statement was. To Kill A Kingdom is one of those epic books, that swam into my unassuming [...]

The Midnights – Review

"Even as time passed, as my fingertips hardened into calluses, as I slipped into those awkward early teenage years, my father's studio remained the sole place where I felt the most extraordinary, and most alive." Susannah Hayes wants to follow in her musician father's footsteps more than anything. She writes song lyrics in her spare [...]

The Hate U Give – Review

"When I was twelve, my parents had two talks with me. One was the usual birds and bees. The other talk was about what to do if a cop stopped me." The Hate U Give has been at the top of the New York Times Bestselling list for an impressive 51 weeks. Once you open [...]

The Philosopher’s Flight – Review

"It's never mattered that I can't do it. What the heart loves, the will chooses and the mind justifies." The Philosopher's Flight is an interesting mix of historical science fantasy, where in our past, we discover the use of empirical philosophy, the merging of magic and science. This particular branch of study is female dominated, [...]

A Short History of the Girl Next Door – Review

"I am completely in love with my best friend from childhood, she has absolutely no idea, and now she's interested in older, more popular guys. This sounds like a bad movie already." A Short History of the Girl Next Door starts with Matt Wainwright catching us up on his lifelong friendship with Tabby, the girl [...]

Gunslinger Girl – Review

"She should have seen it coming. Six months and she'd be lawfully released from his control. But he couldn't let that happen easy, not him." From the very first moment I saw photos of this gorgeous book being released at BookCon, I knew I had to have this book. A dystopian with a Western twist? [...]