Meg reviews Fortune’s Pawn by Rachel Bach. It’s all the best bits of scifi with a fantastic cast of characters on top.
To All the Books I Forgot to Review (1)
Steph gives you an overdose of mini-reviews from 2013 books she accidentally forgot to review. Also, a giveaway!
Review: The Book Thief by Markus Zusak
For all of that, though, “The Book Thief” is at its core a story, and it is a good one. It touched me despite its unsettling context and emotional puppetry. Zusak is an adept writer who uses words to great effect, and I love what he has done here.
Review: Noughts and Crosses by Malorie Blackman
Meg reviews Noughts and Crosses by Malorie Blackman, struggling to see through all the tears of unfathomable sadness.
Review: A Dance with Dragons by George R. R. Martin
“A Dance with Dragons” is not perfect, but it is an excellent sequel nonetheless. It may be overlong. It may be overwritten. I simply cannot bring myself to care.
Review: Croak by Gina Damico
Have you read Croak? If not, you should probably do […]
Review: Cinnamon and Gunpowder by Eli Brown
Kat Kennedy reviews the breath-taking adventure of Wedge and Captain Hannah Mabbot in Eli Brown’s Cinnamon and Gunpowder!
Review: Vicious by Victoria Schwab
Whaaaaaat did I just read? What was that? You guys, […]
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: Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell
Cuddlebuggery’s newest reviewer, Meg Morley, reviews Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell and, well, fangirls.
Review: Kinslayer by Jay Kristoff
Kat Kennedy struggles to contain her rabid fangirl squealing in her review to the sequel of Stormdancer, Kinslayer.
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: A Storm of Swords by George R. R. Martin
“A Storm of Swords” is huge, heartbreaking, and nothing if not intense. Be prepared for tragedy, and a lot of it.
Review: Siege and Storm by Leigh Bardugo
Steph Sinclair decides to write letters to Darkling, Mal, Sturmhond and Leigh. Come and see what she thought!
Review: Shades of Grey by Jasper Fforde
It’s quirky, well-written, smart, witty, and emotional. It has everything that a certain other book with a rather similar name does not have.
Review: The Beginning of Everything by Robyn Schneider
Adrienne Fray reviews The Beginning of Everything by Robyn Schneider and enjoys a good book squee. Come see what all the fuss was about.
Review: Eleanor & Park by Rainbow Rowell
Adrienne Fray reviews Eleanor & Park by Rainbow Rowell. Come see what made Adrienne’s cool give way into rampant mushing.
Review: Fear by Michael Grant
“Fear,” while not perfect, is a powerful and altogether brilliant sequel that promises an incredible end to an incredible series.
Review: How to Lead a Life of Crime by Kirsten Miller
Steph reviews How to Lead a Life of Crime by Kirsten Miller. Find out why she thinks you should be adding it to your re-read lists.
Review: Lies by Michael Grant
A much thinner read than its predecessors, Grant’s third offering packs so much excellence into every page that any possibility of the shorter length being a hindrance to the storytelling is crushed within the first few chapters. It may not be long, but it’s a damn good story.
Review: In the Shadow of Blackbirds by Cat Winters
Adrienne Fray reviews In the Shadow of Blackbirds by Cat Winters and it earns 5 stars. Read more to find out why!
Review: The Darkest Minds by Alexandra Bracken
“I’m going to warn you in advance that it can be quite the emotional roller coaster, but trust me, it’s well worth the ride.” Adrienne Fray reviews The Darkest Minds by Alexandra Bracken.
Review: Everbound by Brodi Ashton
Kat Kennedy proposes to begin a foundation for the distraught readers of Ashton’s new novel, Everbound. Click on to find our why.
Review: Through The Ever Night by Veronica Rossi
Kat Kennedy reviews the brilliant sequel to Rossi’s Under the Never Sky, Through the Ever Night. Come find out what all the fuss is about, but first make sure you bring a towel – things are going to get intense.
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