Book Review: I Wish I May by David Stahler Jr.

Tweet Thurston Pickering could certainly wish for a better life. Nobody notices him at school except for the bullies, who delight in making him miserable. His parents fight so much they stopped noticing him years before, except when one of … Continue reading

Book Review: Days of Blood and Starlight by Laini Taylor

Tweet In Daughter of Smoke and Bone, Laini Taylor created a world where angels and creatures are pitted against each other as two star-crossed lovers, Karou and Akiva, strive to bridge the gap and bring peace to their worlds. In … Continue reading

Book Review: The Book of Wonders by Jasmine Richards

Tweet Thirteen-year-old Zardi is the daughter of the Sultan’s closest adviser. She lives with her family and Rhidan, a ward of the state since he was found on their shores as a babe years ago. Rhidan doesn’t look like anyone … Continue reading

Book Review: The Bone Magician by F. E. Higgins

Tweet Here’s a guest review by author Christina Hamlett. Title: THE BONE MAGICIAN Author: F. E. Higgins Publisher: Feiwel & Friends (2008) Genre: YA Fantasy Deodonatus Snoad. Benedict Pantagus. Aluph Buncombe. Rudy Idolice. The gritty city of Urbs Umida has … Continue reading

Book Review: Daughter of Smoke and Bone by Laini Taylor

Tweet Laini Taylor is a master at weaving tales that include creatures of all kinds, but her stories are solidly grounded in the human experience. Her characters want what many of us want: to know where we come from, to … Continue reading

Book Review: Jane and the Raven King by Stephen Chambers

Tweet   Jane knows something is up when she spots a squirrel packing a suitcase. Things get even stranger when she realizes that birds aren’t singing and all the wild animals seem to be leaving. As adults get more and … Continue reading

Book Review: The Witchy Worries of Abbie Adams by Rhonda Hayter

Tweet Abbie Adams has a lot to worry about. Her little brother isn’t always good at controlling his magic, so she often has to use her own magic to reverse his spells and make his first-grade teacher and his classmates … Continue reading

Book Review: Lips Touch, Three Times by Laini Taylor and Jim Di Bartolo

Tweet The kisses in Lips Touch, Three Times are not the absent-minded pecks on the cheek, expressions of friendship kinds of kisses. The kisses in these stories are sometimes shy, but also passionate, desperate, and full of longing and expectation. … Continue reading

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