In the sequel to the incredible The Invisible Library, we have our favorite Librarian spy on the hunt for the abduction of her apprentice, Kai, which could unfold a war between the reality loving Dragons and chaotic Fae. Armed with her wits and skills, Irene will have to travel between dimensions, face off formidable foes, … Continue reading Review: The Masked City by Genevieve Cogman
"All the facts in history books couldn’t prepare someone for standing in a place where history was present tense". It's going to be easier for me to just jot down what I loved about this book that try and elaborate an essay so here we go: This book definitely falls on the heavier, darker side … Continue reading The Girl with the Red Balloon by Katherine Locke Review: A New Favorite Series!
The Dire King (Jackaby #4) by William Ritter Release Date: August 22nd 2017 Genre: Young Adult, Mystery, Historical Fiction Publisher: Algonquin Young Readers Synopsis: The thrilling conclusion to the New York Times best-selling series the Chicago Tribune called “Sherlock Holmes crossed with Buffy the Vampire Slayer” sends the eccentric detective and his indispensible assistant … Continue reading Blog Tour: The Dire King by William Ritter [Review+Giveaway!]
I requested this on a whim and I can honestly say it was one of the best decisions I’ve made this year. Ether is everything I love in a graphic novel: beautiful, engaging art; amazing storytelling; characters I want to root for; that urgent need for more at the end. Boone is a wonderful hero. … Continue reading Ether, Vol. 1: Death of the Last Golden Blaze: Graphic Novel Review
My Review: I fall to my knees. Shattered glass, melted candles and the outline of scorched feathers are all that surround me. Every single person who was in my house – my entire family — is gone. Alex is a Bruja, but she just wants to be a normal girl. I loved Alex’s struggle because … Continue reading Labyrinth Lost by Zoraida Córdova: Do You Like Halloweentown? Try This Book!
“I think it is our nature to believe evil always has an ugly face,” he said, ignoring my question. “Beauty is supposed to be good and kind, and to discover it otherwise is like a betrayal of trust. A violation of the nature of things.” Cécile de Troyes’ life changes forever when she’s kidnapped and … Continue reading Stolen Songbird Trilogy by Danielle L. Jensen [SPOILER FREE REVIEWS]: A Magical and Heart-Breaking Trilogy
I would like to start this by giving the caution that this book is not for the innocent of mind, anyone squeamish of LGBT, or simply doesn't like it. After seeing this book a thousand times in my Instagram feed and on a bookstore I went to for a book event, I gave up and … Continue reading Review: Captive Prince by C.S. Pacat
My Review: “You could try me out sometime, you know, with the dating thing.” His tone was teasing. “Who knows? We could fall in love.” This story is all kinds of cute! It’s set in a very quirky town where charms and predictions and magic are an every day occurrence. Every year they congregate in … Continue reading Reviews: Love Fortunes and Other Disasters & First Kisses and Other Misfortunes by Kimberly Karalius
With the hopes of reading about an evil character, I started this book without many expectations. I'm not a fan of angels in stories so I've rarely read them. However, Erica Crouch's story is one that will leave you awed and gasping at all the turns and twists it takes, at the realistic feel of … Continue reading Review: Ignite by Erica Crouch
The Isle of the Lost by Melissa de la Cruz isn't just any book fanfic style about what happens after some of our most beloved Disney movies ended. At first it seemed like that until I saw the depth of what this story wanted to bring forth that I had to stop and say "woah" … Continue reading Review: The Isle of the Lost by Melissa de la Cruz