Review

Invictus

I had extremely high hopes for Invictus because I’m a huge fan of time travel books and I absolutely adored Ryan Graudin’s previous novels. Unfortunately, though, Invictus was rather underwhelming. I just didn’t feel that it lived up to the high standard Graudin set with her Wolf by Wolf duology (which I absolutely loved). Invictus… Read More Invictus

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Blood for Blood

Truths make the best lies. Wolf by Wolf was one of my favorite books of 2015, so I was anxious to see how Yael’s story continued in Blood for Blood. While I didn’t quite enjoy Blood for Blood as much as I did Wolf by Wolf, it was still a thrilling and entertaining story from… Read More Blood for Blood

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The Loose Ends List

I was really looking forward to The Loose Ends List because I absolutely adore books set on cruises, but, unfortunately, it failed to live up to my expectations. 17-year-old Maddie’s fantasy of a perfect summer break is shattered when her grandmother suddenly announces she has cancer. And, instead of getting treatment, her grandmother has decided… Read More The Loose Ends List

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Wolf by Wolf

Once upon a time, there was a girl who lived in a kingdom of death. Wolves howled up her arm. A whole pack of them – made up of tattoo ink and pain, memory and loss. It was the only thing about her that ever stayed the same. Wolf by Wolf is one of the… Read More Wolf by Wolf

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I Hunt Killers

I was expecting a lot from Barry Lyga’s I Hunt Killers, and I certainly got everything I expected…and more. I Hunt Killers is thrilling, creepy, and unsettling in all the best possible ways; and I absolutely adored it. Jazz Dent is the son of the world’s most infamous serial killer – Billy Dent. As a… Read More I Hunt Killers

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Salt & Storm

One of my most anticipated reads of this fall, I was rather impressed by the end result of Salt and Storm. While it certainly wasn’t perfect, the novel is definitely one of the better witch books I have read and I found it to be a really original take on the genre. Avery Roe’s family… Read More Salt & Storm