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Netgalley Review: Iron Widow

Hello All, Like the design? Made with Canva! It feels even longer since I wrote a Netgalley review than a regular review. I'm hoping that this turns out well, but if any links aren't working please let me know in the comments! I would really appreciate it! Iron Widow is proclaimed as Pacific Rim meets… Continue reading Netgalley Review: Iron Widow

Fantasy Book Reviews

Book Review: Priest of Bones

Title: Priest of Bones Author: Peter McLean Series: Book One Genre: Fantasy Publisher: Berkeley Page Count: 600 Type of Book: ARC, New Release, Kindle Ebook Review Word Count: 400 Rated: 5/5 stars Notes: Fans of Game of Thrones, take note. This is definitely the book for those waiting for the next season! Peter McLean, my… Continue reading Book Review: Priest of Bones

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ARC Review: Moroda by L.L. McNeil

Title: Moroda (Book 1 of 6) Author: L. L. McNeil Genre: Fantasy/Young Adult Rated: 5/5 stars! Provider: Author Moroda was an amazing fantasy novel set in the world of Linaria where there are dragons, air ships, and villages full of thieves, liars, merchants, and vigilantes. It reminded me very strongly the first Dragonlance novels; most… Continue reading ARC Review: Moroda by L.L. McNeil

Young Adult Book Reviews

Book Review (2017): Archetype by MD Waters

Hello all, Welcome to another book review! This one is for Archetype, Book One of Two. Duology books are rare for me. It's either a series, trilogy, or standalone. But this one was worth reading and now I need book two! The cover is fairly accurate for the story. Emma wakes up, confused, lost, and… Continue reading Book Review (2017): Archetype by MD Waters

Young Adult Book Reviews

Book Review (2017): The Cemetery Boys by Heather Brewer

Hello all, This book was just as good as I hoped, and I thought that I knew how it was going to end but the author shocked me by doing something completely different. Stephen moves to a small town called Spencer, which is a dried up nowhere town filled with nothing to do. The town's… Continue reading Book Review (2017): The Cemetery Boys by Heather Brewer

Fantasy Book Reviews · fiction

Book Review (2017): of The Shock of Night by Patrick W. Carr

Hello all, The Shock of Night Patrick W. Carr This book was way better than I thought it would be! Not that I thought it would be bad, but the cover seemed to make me think of Game of Thrones, sorta. Overall, the plot was brisk and filled with excellent writing. I didn't like how… Continue reading Book Review (2017): of The Shock of Night by Patrick W. Carr

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Book Review (2016): The Travelers by Chris Pavolone

Hello all, This book was exciting, long, and full of travel. If you're ever interested in seeing other places then read this book! I really enjoyed this book, and was grateful for getting a free copy. The Travelers features writers, mysterious women, planes, plot, action-adventure, and loads of other exciting features. If you haven't already… Continue reading Book Review (2016): The Travelers by Chris Pavolone

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Book Review (2016): The Wee Free Men by Terry Pratchett

Hello all, Why did I not read this series as a teenager? I have the feeling that if I had this book would have been very influential to me. Tiffany Aching is exactly the kind of character I love, and the Wee Free Men are a determined bunch of heroes. There's even a cat named… Continue reading Book Review (2016): The Wee Free Men by Terry Pratchett

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Book Review (2016): The School for Unusual Girls by Kathleen Baldwin

This book swept me away, it easily made my top ten books of the year. Considering I only got it yesterday and spent all the way to two in the morning reading, and gave up for sleep, then read the last five chapters later today, that should tell you just how much I adore this… Continue reading Book Review (2016): The School for Unusual Girls by Kathleen Baldwin