Review: Unspoken

Unspoken: Kami Glass has lived in Sorry-in-the-Vale all her life. There are secrets that her town harbors that she is not yet aware of, so she sets out to uncover them all. However when she asks around, her neighbors' responses aren't always the warmest. Everyone has secrets. But nobody will trust a high school journalist... Continue Reading →

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Review: Three Dark Crowns

Three Dark Crowns: Three queens are born, only one can rule: a poisoner who is the weakest of her kind, a naturalist without the ability to grow a bud, and an elemental, perhaps the strongest of her time. Poisoners are able to consume the strongest of poisons and live without feeling any of the effects,... Continue Reading →

Review: Caraval

Caraval: There isn't anyone who hasn't heard of Caraval. Those who want adventure and magic are always drawn to the wonders of participating in one of its games, and this year it seems like Scarlett and her sister will be able to attend. For Scarlett, she's more fascinated in the magic and fantasies of Caraval,... Continue Reading →

Review Copy: River Rising

**I have been given a copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.** TITLE: River Rising AUTHOR: John A. Heldt PUB. DATE: September 20th 2017 WHERE TO BUY: Amazon FORMAT: E-ARC River Rising: Weeks after his parents disappear on a hike, engineer Adam Carson, 27, searches for answers. Then he discovers a secret... Continue Reading →

Review: The Last Magician

The Last Magician: Over a century ago, when magic wielders started coming into New York, the Order decided to create a barrier called the Brink to stop the dangers of old magic. However, because of this barrier, those who carry old magic, the Mageus, are unable to leave the confines of the city, entrapping them... Continue Reading →

Review: Catch a Falling Star

Catch a Falling Star: Carter Moon lives in Little, California where nothing too exciting ever happens. But that's just fine and dandy with her, she'd rather live a life of comfort and ease rather than a bustling and chaotic one. That's why she's currently spending the days of her summer in her father's café, and... Continue Reading →

Review Copy: The Missing Teacher II

**I have been given a copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.** TITLE: The Missing Teacher II: The German Collection AUTHOR: Jeremy E. Owen PUB. DATE: March 12, 2017 WHERE TO BUY: Amazon FORMAT: E-ARC The Missing Teacher II: Recent high school graduate Dorothy Reine has dreams of studying... Continue Reading →

Review: Saving Hamlet

Saving Hamlet: A stage manager's job never ends. This year, with the original holder of the title of stage manager absent, it's Emma's job as the assistant to fill in her role. Only Emma thinks she's way in over her head. The new director has captured Emma's eye, but he's far from being the perfect... Continue Reading →

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