ARC Review: How to Hang a Witch by Adriana Mather

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I have always been morbidly fascinated by the Salem Witch Trials so when I came across this book, I was instantly drawn to it. I think a lot of things about this book seem a little far fetched but reading the author’s note did help me understand a little about some of the decisions that […]

ARC Review: Rocks Fall, Everyone Dies by Lindsay Ribar

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Isn’t the title of this book just great? It’s even awesomer when the author drops it into some of the conversations in the book. But really, this book is amazing. It seems like it would either be full of dark humor or fluff and while it has both, Rocks Fall, Everyone Dies is surprisingly dark […]

ARC Review: Bright Blaze of Magic by Jennifer Estep

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It seems like not that long ago when I was turning the last pages of the last book of Mythos Academy and here we are again, another series finished. More characters to say goodbye to. Sadness. Why yes, I am rambling… just a little bit. So… even though I enjoyed the conclusion, I also think […]

ARC: Wink Poppy Midnight by April Genevieve Tucholke

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I don’t even know how to react to this book. It takes you on a twisty, surreal journey and leaves your brain scrambled. So what actually happened? That is a good question. DON’T ASK ME. I might be lying and you would never know. Oops. Likes Creepiness: While this book may sound like a mystery/contemporary, […]

ARC Review: Thicker Than Water by Brigid Kemmerer

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Brigid Kemmerer’s novels are some of the best brain candy out there. They are always so much fun to read, so engaging, and I am always drawn in from the very start. As much as I enjoyed Thicker than Water though, it wasn’t nearly as awesome as Kemmerer’s Elemental series. Thomas was a great character […]

Review: The Sacred Lies of Minnow Bly by Stephanie Oakes

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I love books that are difficult to group into a genre, so it’s little wonder that I enjoyed The Sacred Lies of Minnow Bly. In a publishing landscape filled with quirky teens, fantasy world or dystopic wasteland, this book stands apart in its unique setting and dark psychological streak. Forget about Snow White or Cinderella […]

Tell the Story to Its End by Simon P. Clark

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Tell the Story to Its End is a hauntingly creepy novel that will stay with you long after you have turned the last pages. The mesmerizing writing will keep you flipping pages and the way the story is structured will make you anxious to know more. Most of all though, the main character is going to make […]