Book Review

Vox – Christina Dalcher

Christina Dalcher has made this one of my harder reviews to write. Note, I was provided this ARC by Berkley Publishing via Net Galley in exchange for an honest review. I was so excited for this book! The premise came off ominous and immediately peeked my interest. This did mean Read more…

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Wild Hunger – Chloe Neill

Shifters and Fae and Vampires Oh my Chloe Neill! haha This book ended up on my radar when a few friends recommended the Chicagoland Vampire series to me recently. Then I noticed Wild Hunger was being released and it was a ‘spin off’, so I decided to give it a Read more…

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Grace and Fury – Tracy Banghart

I see what you’re doing Tracy Banghart and I’m undecided on it currently. haha First and foremost, I was provided an advance reader copy of Grace and Fury from Little, Brown Books in exchange for an honest review. Grace and Fury is a new Young Adult Fantasy by Tracy Banghart Read more…

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Ruin and Rising – Grisha

Well the Grisha readathon I’ve done unofficially has come to an end. Leigh Bardugo has created something amazing with the Grisha-verse. And my word! The writing improved even more in this book. I could not put it down. It started strong and kept going for me. The characters….. I finally Read more…

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Siege and Storm – Leigh Bardugo

Siege and Storm proves Leigh Bardugo keeps getting better! Siege and Storm was a major improvement to me, compared to Shadow and Bone. The reader is starting to see the character development grow and the writing become more intense. This Grisha Trilogy is 100% required before reading King of Scars! Read more…

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My Lady Jane – Cynthia Hand

Cynthia Hand, Jodi Meadows, and Brodi Ashton have created something completely different with this book. With the next book in the series coming out this month, My Plain Jane, I decided to catch up and read book one! #1 My Lady Jane, already out #2 My Plain Jane, June 26th Read more…

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