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Review: Shadows by Robin McKinley
Meg reviews Shadows by Robin McKinley. Find out why she calls it “fantastic all over the place!”
Review: Entangled by Amy Rose Capetta
Kat Kennedy reviews Entangled by Amy Rose Capetta and gets a little bit sciencey. Maybe TOO sciencey.
Blog Tour: Once We Were by Kat Zhang (Review + Giveaway)
Steph reviews Once We Were, the sequel to What’s Left of Me, by Kat Zhang. Also, ARC giveaway!
Review: 3:59 by Gretchen McNeil
Steph Sinclair review 3:59 by Gretchen McNeil and expresses her extreme displeasure at the novel’s abundant logical fails.
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 5th Wave by Rick Yancey
Steph Sinclair reviews The 5th Wave by Rick Yancey and expects Kat’s declarations of Review War in the mornin’.
Review: Neptune’s Tears by Susan Waggoner
Steph Sinclair reviews Neptune’s Tears by Susan Waggoner and explains why even though she didn’t enjoy it, she’d still recommend it for reluctant readers.
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 5th Wave by Rick Yancey
Kat Kennedy is holding Rick Yancey’s review of The 5th Wave hostage until she gets the second book.
Blog Tour + Giveaway: Between the Lives by Jessica Shirvington
Interview and Giveaway for the Blog Tour of Jessica Shirvington’s Between the Lives.
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: Plague by Michael Grant
To be honest, I feel that this series may have peaked with “Lies.” While “Plague” is an excellent follow-up, it feels more like a maintainer than an innovator, keeping the quality of the story steady instead of enhancing it. Rather than significantly improving upon the aspects of its predecessors, as the last two books have done, this installment keeps the status quo.
Review: Unremembered by Jessica Brody
Steph Sinclair reviews Unremembered by Jessica Brody.
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: False Memory by Dan Krokos
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Review: Pivot Point by Kasie West
Stephanie Sinclair reviews Pivot Point by Kasie West and explains why it took her completely by surprise. Find out why!
Review: Shatter Me by Tahereh Mafi
So, yeah: I liked “Shatter Me.” It has plenty of teeth-grinding stupidity, but I certainly don’t dislike it as much as many others seem to. I think that Ms. Mafi shows a great deal of promise, and I’ll be reading the rest of the trilogy to see if she can overcome her issues and smooth out those rough edges.
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: 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: Revolution 19 by Gregg Rosenblum
Stephanie Sinclair reviews Revolution 19 by Gregg Rosenblum, shares her utter disappointment and shares flashbacks of times when creative minds actually thought up scary robots. Sadly, no one is that creative anymore.
Review: MILA 2.0 by Debra Driza
Stephanie Sinclair reviews MILA 2.0 by Debra Driza and complains about characterization and plot devices.
Review: Crewel by Gennifer Albin
Kat Kennedy reviews Crewel by Gennifer Albin – a novel woven from terrible characters, stitched hastily into a hodge-podge of dullery and torn from the fabric of horribleness. Come see what sparked Kat’s ire.
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