Imagine you are a god. Or a goddess. Okay fine, […]
Review: Life and Death (Twilight Reimagined) by Stephenie Meyer
Disclaimer: I read to about 65%. Skim read to about […]
Review: The Paradox by Charlie Fletcher
So, remember awhile back when I read this book called […]
Review: Symbiont by Mira Grant
**This review does NOT contain spoilers for Parasite.** Imagine me standing […]
Review: The Girl With All The Gifts
The problem is The Girl With All The Gifts is […]
Review: Room by Emma Donoghue
Think of “Room” as an experiment of sorts. It isn’t a lengthy or overly demanding piece, despite the hesitant progress and rereading that comes with its opening chapters and initially distracting presentation. It is the sort of book that, regardless of one’s final opinion, will stick to the back of the consciousness for days afterward, demanding contemplation and consideration.
Review: Heaven’s Queen by Rachel Bach
YOU GUUUUUUUUUUYYYYYS! YOU GUUUUUUUUUUUUUUYYYYYYYYYSSS!!! JSAHGAJLFHVFVNDKVAVJFLKJKFDB!!!! *reins it in* (Because I […]
Review: The Geography of You and Me by Jennifer E. Smith
Jennifer E. Smith writes books with intriguing synopses. Once upon […]
Review: Dreams of Gods and Monsters by Laini Taylor
So, though I picked this poor novel apart, I applaud Taylor for ending it all as she did. It works. It works well. She made some interesting (some may say poor, some may not) decisions, yes, but she was kind enough to bid adieu in a manner that was both expected and unexpected, bright and dark, perfect and problematic.
Review: The Oversight by Charlie Fletcher
Whaaaaaaaaaat just happened? What is this book? It came out […]
Review: Honor’s Knight
It’s no secret that I loved Rachel Bach’s first Paradox […]
Review: Reality Boy by A.S. King
Paola reviews Reality Boy by A.S. King and gets a little emotional.
Review: Roomies by Sara Zarr and Tara Altebrando
Steph reviews Roomies by Sara Zarr and Tara Altebrando and talks about how touching it was and gets a little personal.
Review: Honor’s Knight by Rachel Bach
Hey guuuuuuyyyss? Remember a few weeks ago when I told […]
Review: Fortune’s Pawn by Rachel Bach
Meg reviews Fortune’s Pawn by Rachel Bach. It’s all the best bits of scifi with a fantastic cast of characters on top.
Review: Parasite by Mira Grant
Meg on Parasite: You’ve got to love a book that speculates on how reckless scientific advancement and human ego are all it takes to bring down society.
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: Sins & Needles by Karina Halle
Steph Sinclair reviews Sins & Needles by Karina Halle and gives three reasons why here happy cat died along the way, complete wit pop culture references FTW (because obviously she was bored enough to sound track her review).
Review: The Snow Child by Eowyn Ivey
“The Snow Child” is simply one of those books that really cannot be adequately captured in words that come from someone other than the author, I think, and any attempt to do so too extensively will kill the magic that is imbued within it.
Review: Ship Breaker by Paolo Bacigalupi
Adrienne Fray reviews the dystopian novel, Ship Breaker by Paolo Bacigalupi.
Review: Days of Blood and Starlight by Laini Taylor
Kat Kennedy reviews the highly anticipated sequel to Daughter of Smoke and Bone, Days of Blood and Starlight. She muses on romance and hope and naivete, but mostly she muses on her girlcrush for Laini Taylor.
Review: Ask the Passengers by A.S. King
Cuddlebuggery’s newest reviewer, Anna Swenson, reviews Ask the Passengers by A.S. King. Read more to find out what she thought!
Review: The Diviners by Libba Bray
Cuddlebuggery’s newest reviewer, Adrienne Fray, reviews The Diviners by Libba Bray.
Review: I Hunt Killers by Barry Lyga
Archer shares his thoughts on this YA Murder Mystery… And finds himself flirting with disappointment at whiny teenaged sociopaths. Archer knows all the best crazies.
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