Publisher: Tor Teen

Review – Blood and Sand by C.V. Wyk
In Book Review
December 23, 2017

Review – Blood and Sand by C.V. Wyk

Return to the age of gladiators with Blood and Sand, a take on Spartacus and a time when men fought to the death in the arena. Before I go any farther, I just want to say that this review is totally biased because I love anything related to gladiators and Spartacus (I swear I’ve watched the TV show on Netflix at least half […]

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Cover Reveal – Dark of the West by Joanna Hathaway
In Promo
September 19, 2017

Cover Reveal – Dark of the West by Joanna Hathaway

It’s Tuesday! We’re starting off our day here on NovelKnight with a cover reveal! Dark of the West is new to my TBR but it’s safe to say that once you see the cover and read the synopsis you’ll quickly add it to yours too! What do you think of the cover? Did you add it to your TBR?

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Review – Firebrand by A.J. Hartley
In Book Review
June 12, 2017

Review – Firebrand by A.J. Hartley

I expected a great deal from Firebrand after Hartley delivered a intricately woven story in Steeplejack and I’m happy to report that the sequel lived up to those expectations. The story picks up soon after the events of book 1 with Ang working for the politician Willinghouse as a private detective of sorts, and she’s about to have her work cut out […]

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Review – Seeker by Veronica Rossi
In Book Review
May 20, 2017

Review – Seeker by Veronica Rossi

If I’m being totally honest, I’m still not sure where I stand with this book. It takes place several months after Riders, with Daryn off on her own and the horsemen looking for her.  For the record, this post may have some spoilers if you haven’t read Riders as the books are very closely tied together. Of the two, I definitely liked Seeker more. […]

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Review – Steeplejack by A.J. Hartley
In Book Review
May 15, 2017

Review – Steeplejack by A.J. Hartley

This is the kind of book I want more of in YA fantasy. Steeplejack was entertaining and beautifully written in a city colonized and still dealing with the effects of that, as seen through its structure and its people. Though considered young adult, this book reads a lot more like an adult fantasy in how dense and intricate it is and I […]

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You’re Going to Have a #ROAR-ing Summer!
In Giveaway
March 22, 2017

You’re Going to Have a #ROAR-ing Summer!

Okay, that one was really bad, I know. But hey, I never claimed to be good at this kind of stuff A little bit ago, I was lucky enough to be chosen as a member for Cora Carmack’s ROAR street team. Now I’ve read ROAR and though I can’t share my review just yet, let me tell y’all….this book is AMAZING! You’ve […]

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