Posts Tagged: fantasy

Jul 16
Review & Giveaway- THE BOOK OF LIFE by Deborah Harkness

Review & Giveaway- THE BOOK OF LIFE by Deborah Harkness

I’m a big fan of Deborah Harkness’ All Souls Trilogy. The first book, A Discovery of Witches, completely sucked me into Oxford’s academic world, thick with vampires, witches, and daemons. At the center are Matthew Clairmont and Diana Bishop, a vampire and a witch, who, by the confines of a… Read more »

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Mar 19
ARC Review – CRUEL BEAUTY by Rosamund Hodge

ARC Review – CRUEL BEAUTY by Rosamund Hodge

CRUEL BEAUTY by Rosamund Hodge was a good read.  A nice retelling of the Beauty and the Beast tale with original worldbuilding, stunning imagery, and a heroine that defies YA convention.  Though I had some issues with the romance and the pacing, I thoroughly enjoyed CRUEL BEAUTY.  What I loved… Read more »

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Aug 26
MINI-REVIEW – Catalyst by Jennifer Snyder

MINI-REVIEW – Catalyst by Jennifer Snyder

  I think I may like the premise of this book more than the book itself.  I’m a sucker for small southern towns, magic, and mystery and that’s exactly what this book offers.  Addison mysteriously inherits a house from her biological grandmother in a small seaside town in Georgia.  She… Read more »

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Aug 06
Guest Post & Tour Giveaway – Philippa Ballantine & KINDRED AND WINGS

Guest Post & Tour Giveaway – Philippa Ballantine & KINDRED AND WINGS

      I’m very excited to participate the Bewitching Book Tour for Philippa Ballantine’s latest addition to her Shifted World series — KINDRED AND WINGS.   Please welcome Philippa to the Blog!        From the Shaky Isles to the Shifted World by Philippa Ballantine   People often ask… Read more »

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Mar 28
Waiting on Wednesday – Glamour in Glass by Mary Robinette Kowal

Waiting on Wednesday – Glamour in Glass by Mary Robinette Kowal

(Please click the button above to learn more about Waiting on Wednesday and how to participate)   Last year I read Shades of Milk and Honey by Mary Robinette Kowal.  And I loved it.  As a die hard Jane Austen fan, I was immediately intrigued by a book that could… Read more »

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