Death Sworn, what the hell happened? I’m sorry, that’s harsh. […]
Blog Tour + Giveaway: Guest Post by Marie Rutkoski
Marie Rutkoski chats about her first experience reading romance. Plus, an awesome giveaway for one of the most talked about books this year, The Winner’s Curse!
Review: Split Second by Kasie West
5 Reasons I Can’t Believe You’re Reading This When You […]
Review: Cress by Marissa Meyer
Meg reviews Cress by Marissa Meyer, book three in the Lunar Chronicles and it is filled with Thorne, all the Thorne. And Iko. And other stuff that is also good.
Review: Defy by Sara B. Larson
Meg reviews Defy by Sara B. Larson and can’t figure out for the life of her why she read it in the first place.
Review: Cruel Beauty by Rosamund Hodge + Giveaway
Meg reviews Cruel Beauty by Rosamund Hodge, a completely original take on a tale as old as time. Plus, a giveaway!
Under The Never Sky Farewell Party
Under The Never Sky series is coming to an end. With the release of Into The Still Blue, the trilogy is over but our love is not. Come join us for the Farewell party of this awesome series.
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 Dream Thieves by Maggie Stiefvater
What’s left, then, is a sequel that tries to do many things and fails at nearly all of them. It is both too self-contained to feel a proper continuation of a preexisting story and ongoing series, and too listless to work as a memorable piece of fiction in its own right. It is both too open-ended in regards to some plotlines and too conclusive when it comes to others. It presents a façade of evolution by lazily pushing forward uninteresting threads and finalizing ones that should have gone on whilst bringing the most important enigmas to a frustrating stasis.
Review: A Mad Wicked Folly by Sharon Biggs Waller
Meg reviews A Mad Wicked Folly by Sharon Biggs Waller, a delightful mashup of art school, feminism and Edwardian London.
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: Avalon by Mindee Arnett
Meg reviews Avalon, it’s kind of like a robot: technically interesting, no human emotion.
Review: The Iron Traitor by Julie Kagawa
Steph Sinclair reviews The Iron Traitor and ponders how this series can ever end well.
Review: Split Second by Kasie West
Steph Sinclair reviews Split Second by Kasie West and concludes that West writes book exclusively for her entertainment alone.
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: Ashes to Ashes by Melissa C. Walker
Meg Morley reviews the jazz out of Ashes to Ashes by Melissa C. Walker. Come check out why this book was DOA.
Review: Beauty Queens by Libba Bray
Meg reviews Beauty Queens by Libba Bray, gawdy satire at its finest.
Review: The Last Girl by Michael Adams
Adams has written a total psychopath, and sometimes I’m kind […]
Review: Gorgeous by Paul Rudnick
Meg reviews Gorgeous and it’s a hot mess (the review, not the book, although the book’s a bit of a mess too.)
Review: Tumble & Fall by Alexandra Coutts
Tumble & Fall Otherwise known as Tumble & BORE (sorry, […]
Review: These Broken Stars by Amie Kaufman and Meagan Spooner
Kat Kennedy reviews These Broken Stars – come check out what everyone is talking about!
Review: Unbreathable by Hafsah Laziaf
Steph Sinclair reviews Unbreathable by Hasfah Laziaf and expresses her disappointment.
Review: Eleanor & Park by Rainbow Rowell
Steph Sinclair reviews Eleanor & Park by Rainbow Rowell and admits to completely disliking it.
Review: Croak by Gina Damico
Have you read Croak? If not, you should probably do […]
Review: Parallel by Lauren Miller
Meg reviews Parallel by Lauren Miller. It’s way more of a love story than advertised to be.
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