Book Reviews

Wayfarer: The Review

The wait it over. The sequel has been released. I read it, and now, here's my review. I will start by saying that today is a very special day, but more on that later. Let's start with the summary. The Summary Etta has been orphaned. Nicholas has made a deal that he...

After the End: The Review

Books can be predictable. And the farther you venture into a particular genre, the more true this becomes. For instance, many of the teen fictional series on the market involve a teen with a troubled past who finds the strength to overcome their struggles and find...

Stalking Jack the Ripper: The Review

What is your first thought when you see a book cover like this? Now, what is your first thought when you see a write-up like this on the back cover? If you summed it up as a twisted romance full of crime and suspense, you would only be partially right. Audrey Rose...

Of Beast and Beauty: The Review

Growing up, Beauty and the Beast had to be my favorite Disney movie. Belle was that gentle, loving girl who, through the power of love, transformed a beast into a prince. So when I discovered that Stacey Jay released Of Beast and Beauty, an adaptation of the Disney...

Recent Reads

While I normally share a full book review, today I wanted to share of few of my recent reads that were really good, but just didn't quite make it to the final cut of getting a full review. I decided to share some of my favorites with you because (1) they're awesome...

A Torch Against the Night: The Review

As I promised last week, I will be continuing on with my review of Sabaa Tahir's fictional series. Last week, I went over An Ember in the Ashes, and today, I am so excited to be able to share her next book, A Torch Against the Night. The Summary A Torch Against the...

An Ember in the Ashes: The Review

If you're looking for your next read, I would have to tell you to look no further than Sabaa Tahir's An Ember in the Ashes. This story will have you captivated from start to finish. And if you don't believe me, here's a review to prove why you need to read it. The...

A Drop of Night: The Review

This book is nothing short of a masterpiece, enough said. But since this is a review, I'll keep going. If you haven't picked up Stefan Bachmann's A Drop of Night, well, you need to. If you have picked up this book, you'll notice that the synopsis is rather vague. And...

Hotel Ruby: The Review

For this week's book review, I decided to share something a little different. While Hotel Ruby is no where near being classified as horror, I think it would be safe to call it a suspense or thriller. From the very start, you are wondering what is happening, leaving...

Passenger: The Review

While perusing the shelves of my local library the other week, I stumbled across Passenger. For those of you who have not read this yet, or have no idea what I'm talking about, this story is quite unique. Putting a new spin on fiction, Alexandra Bracken, the author of...

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