Adrienne Fray reviews The Nightmare Affair by Mindee Arnett. See why she calls it “a solid beginning to the series”.
Review: The Archived by Victoria Schwab
Stephanie Sinclair reviews The Archived by Victoria Schwab and shows what happens when you put off reading a book you knew you’d love: The book surprises you and you find a favorite.
Review: Touch of Power by Maria V. Snyder
Kat Kennedy fairly gushes over Touch of Power, Maria V. Snyder’s first book in her Healer series. Come check out what all the fuss was about.
Review: Splintered by A.G. Howard
Looking for a deliciously creepy Alice in Wonderland retelling? Come see why Stephanie Sinclair thinks Splintered by A.G. Howard might just be what you’ve been searching for.
Review: Hunger by Michael Grant
Lengthier, grander in scope, and significantly darker than the already mature “Gone,” the second installment in Grant’s ambitious series is a marvelous sequel that is much better than its predecessor.
Review: Moonset by Scott Tracey
Adrienne Fray reviews Moonset by Scott Tracey. She didn’t enjoy it. Read more to find out why!
Review: Taken by Erin Bowman
Dystopian world, a village full of twists, rebel forces, hot twins and everything Kat ever dreamed of – yet somehow Taken just wasn’t her cup of tea. Come find out why!
Review: Gone by Michael Grant
Thankfully, however, “Gone” manages to be just about as good as I remember. Sure, there are some things that irk me, and they had enough of a presence in my reading experience that I was forced to give this one a relatively mediocre score, rather than the perfect five stars that I had hoped to bestow. But what Grant does right far outshines the little issues, and that makes this book worthwhile, despite its flaws.
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.
Review: The Raven Boys by Maggie Stiefvater
This is the story of a quirky girl and her eccentric family, of wealth and obsession, of magic and the need to belong to something bigger. It’s a very eclectic novel, filled with a number of elements that manage to mesh together in a way that feels comfortable and natural.
Review: Scarlet by Marissa Meyer
Adrienne Fray reviews Scarlet by Marissa Meyer and talks about her bleeding heart love for the Lunar Chronicles series.
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: Eyes Like Stars by Lisa Mantchev
Adrienne Fray reviews Eyes Like Stars by Lisa Mantchev. She may or may not have read Shakespeare before, but that didn’t deter her from mildly enjoying the novel.
Review: The Lost Prince by Julie Kagawa
Kat Kennedy runs down what her reading experience was like with The Lost Prince. Spoiler: We found The Lost Prince. Another Spoiler: Abs. Lots and lots of abs. Third Spoiler: Shame. Lots and lots of shame. Read on to find out what happened!
Review: Pivot Point by Kasie West
Kat Kennedy reviews Pivot Point by Kasie West, a novel about a young woman who can see alternate realities into the future and decide which path in life she wants to take. Kat Kennedy wants to take all paths in life that involve alcohol. Oh wow! That’s all the paths anyway! YEY!
Review: The Diviners by Libba Bray
Cuddlebuggery’s newest reviewer, Adrienne Fray, reviews The Diviners by Libba Bray.
Review: Scarlet by Marissa Meyer
Stephanie Sinclair reviews the highly anticipated sequel to Cinder, Scarlet, by Marissa Meyer and expresses HER EMOTIONS and possibly THROWS ALL THE THINGS thanks to the ending.
Review: Cloud Atlas by David Mitchell
That rare book that deserves the titling of “novel,” David Mitchell’s work is an ambitious piece of literature that manages to tell a wide-reaching story without once losing its focus.
Review: Unspoken by Sarah Rees Brennan
With a heavy heart Stephanie Sinclair reviews Sarah Rees Brennan’s novel Unspoken. She feels like she’s just broken off a relationship, which is probably why she wrote a letter instead of a normal review. But since when is anything on Cuddlebuggery “normal?”
Prereview: Teeth by Hannah Moskowitz
Kat Kennedy reviews, kind of, Moskowitz’s latest book, Teeth. A young adult novel about magic gay fish. How awesome can it be? Read more to get a sneak peek at what it was like.
Review: The Girl who Circumnavigated Fairyland in a Ship of Her Own Making by Catherynne M. Valente
God I wanted to like this book so much. Honestly […]
Review: Crewel by Gennifer Albin
Stephanie Sinclair reviews Gennifer Albin’s debut novel, Crewel, and contemplates how she could ever survive in a world where she could never wear her sneakers. She hopes the world never comes to such an all-time low.
Review: The Telling by Leah Giarratano
Kat Kennedy reviews Disharmony by Leah Giarratano.
Review: Stormdancer by Jay Kristoff
You’ve waited and it’s finally here. Cuddlebuggery’s Devil’s Advocate, Archer, delivers one hell of a review for one of the most anticipated YA releases of 2012, Stormdancer by Jay Kristoff. Are you sitting down? Good.
Review: Shadowfell by Juliet Marillier
Kat Kennedy reviews Marillier’s new series start, Shadowfell and talks about walking, characterization and Frodo.
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