Meg reviews A Mad Wicked Folly by Sharon Biggs Waller, a delightful mashup of art school, feminism and Edwardian London.
Review: Taste of Darkness by Maria V. Snyder
Kat Kennedy reviews Taste of Darkness and explains why she couldn’t finish. Ie. Too many feels.
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: 11/22/63 by Stephen King
“11/22/63” is not a horror story, nor a science-fiction one. It is not a thriller, nor a romance. It is a great many things, and something worth the time of King fans and general fiction readers alike.
Review: Beauty Queens by Libba Bray
Meg reviews Beauty Queens by Libba Bray, gawdy satire at its finest.
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: Unteachable by Leah Raeder
Steph Sinclair reviews Unteachable by Leah Raeder and explains why the book made her feels fall out her eyeballs.
Review: Horde by Ann Aguirre
Meg reviews Horde by Ann Aguirre, why can’t all the trilogies end as epically as Razorland?
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: How to Love by Katie Cotugno
Meg reviews How to Love, it was amazing and heartfelt and full of feels.
Review: The Enchanter Heir by Cinda Williams Chima
Pop culture is my native language, so let me break […]
Review: Freakboy by Kristin Elizabeth Clark
Kat Kennedy reviewed Freakboy by Kristin Elizabeth Clark and she has lots of feels to share about it!
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: The Shining by Stephen King
It’s frightening, it’s complex, and it’s a wild ride. True, the author can get bogged down in tedious descriptions and exposition, and lose the power of his subtlety with the inevitable climax of extravagance that tends to make an appearance near the end, but the plot is no less compelling because of either tendency.
Review: Shadows by Robin McKinley
Meg reviews Shadows by Robin McKinley. Find out why she calls it “fantastic all over the place!”
Review: The Ocean at the End of the Lane by Neil Gaiman
It is a sweet yet hard-edged tale, easy to pick up and easy to finish, and the lack of commitment makes “The Ocean at the End of the Lane” a book that every reader can pick up.
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: The Falconer by Elizabeth May + Giveaway
Kat Kennedy reviews The Falconer by Elizabeth May and throws all the things. Come and check out why.
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: The Year of Shadows by Claire Legrand
Steph Sinclair reviews Claire Legrand’s sophomore novel, The Year of Shadows and explains why this Middle Grade novel made its way on her fav of 2013 list!
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: We Need to Talk About Kevin by Lionel Shriver
It may not be an enjoyable reading experience, but I believe that “We Need to Talk About Kevin” is an important one.
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