Category: Book Review

Review – Sunbolt by Intisar Khanani
In Book Review
July 3, 2013

Review – Sunbolt by Intisar Khanani

Another great read from Intisar Khanani! Almost a year ago, I reviewed her standalone novel, Thorn, and loved it so when I saw the chance to read a new book (and part of a series, no less) by Khanani, I knew I had to take it. Sunbolt tells the tale of Hitomi, a young girl with a secret that could […]

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Review – Dancing with the Devil by Keri Arthur
In Book Review
June 28, 2013

Review – Dancing with the Devil by Keri Arthur

I think I found yet another urban fantasy to add to my shelf. Dancing with the Devil is a mystery, a manhunt, for a creature Nikki James didn’t. Believe existed. Her and her partner/boss Jake run a private investigator business in the town of Lyndhurst. Their most recent client is a father worried about his teenage daughter and is very […]

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Review – Hope(less) by Melissa Haag
In Book Review
June 24, 2013

Review – Hope(less) by Melissa Haag

If I had reviewed this novel based solely on the prologue and beginning chapters, I would have put it down immediately. Thankfully, Hope(less) improved quite a bit after a rough start and turned out to be an enjoyable read. Haag gives us a new take on werewolves, focusing on the social aspects of the race versus the furs and claws. […]

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Review – Ignite by Erica Crouch
In Book Review
June 16, 2013

Review – Ignite by Erica Crouch

Ignite tells the tale of an angel and a demon amidst a war between Heaven and Hell. Pen, our resident demon is charged with the protection of the angel, Michael, who’s forgotten his past life as an archangel. Michael brings warmth to the coldness of Pen’s heart, showing her that there is more to life than good or evil. Both […]

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Review – The Girl with the Iron Touch by Kady Cross
In Book Review
May 31, 2013

Review – The Girl with the Iron Touch by Kady Cross

There must be something about Kady Cross’s writing that makes me love it and hate it all at once. Like the first two books, The Girl with the Iron Touch made me want to strangle and hug the characters all at once. I’m a big fan of the writing itself simply because it makes these books easy reads, but I […]

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Review – Witch Hearts by Liz Long
In Book Review
May 22, 2013

Review – Witch Hearts by Liz Long

Ladies and gentlemen, Liz Long has done it again. Almost a year ago, I reviewed her novel, Gifted: A Donovan Circus Novel, which I absolutely loved. After receiving a request to review Witch Hearts, I couldn’t say no. Long delivered in a captivating and dark tale of magic and the consequences of wanting too much power. Witch Hearts is a story […]

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Review – The Girl in the Steel Corset by Kady Cross
In Book Review
May 21, 2013

Review – The Girl in the Steel Corset by Kady Cross

The version of The Girl in the Steel Corset that I purchased included the short prequel novella, the Strange Case of Finley Jayne. While I really enjoyed the prequel, I have mixed feelings about the first in the Steampunk Chronicles series. Overall, I enjoyed it, but as a character-oriented reader, I didn’t feel the strong urge to root for these […]

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