Meg reviews Ruby Red and revolts at the idea of calling it sci fi.
Review: Shadows by Paula Weston
Kat Kennedy reviews Shadows by Paula Weston. She has feelings. She expresses them. The world lives on again.
Review: For Darkness Shows The Stars by Diana Peterfreund
Meg reviews For Darkness Shows The Stars, a book that gave her all the feels. ALL. THE. FEELS.
Review: Untold by Sarah Rees Brennan
“This is an open letter to Sarah Rees Brennan demanding she be held accountable for my feels.” Come read Meg’s review of Untold by Sarah Rees Brennan.
Review: Shadows by Robin McKinley
Meg reviews Shadows by Robin McKinley. Find out why she calls it “fantastic all over the place!”
Review: Entangled by Amy Rose Capetta
Kat Kennedy reviews Entangled by Amy Rose Capetta and gets a little bit sciencey. Maybe TOO sciencey.
Review: Antigoddess by Kendare Blake
Meg reviews Kendare Blake’s newest novel, Anitgoddess. Read on to see what she thought!
Review: Fault Line by Christa Desir
Steph Sinclair reviews Christa Desir’s gritty debut novel, Fault Line, an intense story that explores the effects rape has on victims and their loved ones.
Review: Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell
Cuddlebuggery’s newest reviewer, Meg Morley, reviews Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell and, well, fangirls.
Review: The Falconer by Elizabeth May + Giveaway
Kat Kennedy reviews The Falconer by Elizabeth May and throws all the things. Come and check out why.
Blog Tour: Once We Were by Kat Zhang (Review + Giveaway)
Steph reviews Once We Were, the sequel to What’s Left of Me, by Kat Zhang. Also, ARC giveaway!
Review: Forgive Me, Leonard Peacock by Matthew Quick
Steph Sinclair reviews Matthew Quick’s newest novel, Forgive Me, Leonard Peacock. Find out why she highly recommend it!
Review: All The Truth That’s in Me by Julie Berry
Kat Kennedy reviews All The Truth That’s In Me by Julie Berry and tries to encapsulate all her feels in some kind of coherent way.
Review: Rot & Ruin by Jonathan Maberry
Ultimately, this is a story about the humans (those on both sides of the great mortality debate) that live in a dangerous world and how they find peace within it. There’s plenty of violence thrown in, of course, but it never feels excessive or pointless. Instead, it helps further the story and give depth to the characters and their actions.
Review: Kinslayer by Jay Kristoff
Kat Kennedy struggles to contain her rabid fangirl squealing in her review to the sequel of Stormdancer, Kinslayer.
Blog Tour: Review + Giveaway for Gated by Amy Christine Parker
Today we are a stop on the Gated blog tour. Find out why Steph calls it a fav or 2013 and enter for a chance to win an ARC!
Review: Warm Bodies by Isaac Marion
Kat Kennedy reviews Warm Bodies – blah, blah, blah, you know the drill, right?
Review: 3:59 by Gretchen McNeil
Steph Sinclair review 3:59 by Gretchen McNeil and expresses her extreme displeasure at the novel’s abundant logical fails.
Review: The Fault in Our Stars by John Green
Steph Sinclair reviews The Fault in Our Stars and explains why she both loved and disliked the book. Check out what she thought!
Review: ReVamped by Ada Adams
Kat Kennedy reviews ReVamped because, apparently, no matter how many vampire novels she reads, she can never get enough. Does ReVamped make the cut, though? Read on to find out!
Review: The Knife of Never Letting Go by Patrick Ness
This is a wonderful first installment in what will likely prove to be an incredible series, and it pains me to know how relatively unknown it is at present.
Review: The Distance Between Us by Kasie West
Steph reviews The Distance Between Us by Kasie West and explains why it had her twirling around in her living room like a Disney Princess.
Review: The 5th Wave by Rick Yancey
Steph Sinclair reviews The 5th Wave by Rick Yancey and expects Kat’s declarations of Review War in the mornin’.
Review: This Song Will Save Your Life by Leila Sales
Adrienne reviews This Song Will Save Your Life by Leila Sales. Find out why she calls it a highly addictive read!
Review: Neptune’s Tears by Susan Waggoner
Steph Sinclair reviews Neptune’s Tears by Susan Waggoner and explains why even though she didn’t enjoy it, she’d still recommend it for reluctant readers.
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