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Review ➣The Burning Sky by Sherry Thomas

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The Burning Sky was an experience the world, the characters, and mythology. Reviews of The Burning Sky so far are mixed some readers love it, while others don’t. Mood is a factor when giving a rating and sometimes I do wonder if my mood is always middle the road. Many times where I see a […]

Review ➣ Broken by Elizabeth Pulford

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Broken was an experiment in fiction that was done right the. The Frankenstein addition of graphic illustrations within a novel. Gave Broken a graphic novel feel, it’s what made me curious about Broken in the first place. The concept was appealing and though the subject matter had been tackled before. The way in which it […]

Triton Review

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Normally my mythical go to creatures are not mermaids because I felt there wasn’t much story there. However after reading Of Triton by Anna Banks I was pleasantly surprised that I liked the story. Books about mermaids aside from the star-crossed lovers angle, what eles was there? Yes there is that element in Of Triton […]

The Waters and the Wild Review

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The Waters and the wild is a small story 113 pages in full it reminded me of another book I read some time ago. The Replacement it had the same feel, that slow underlining morbid vibe. Changelings are somber beings every book I’ve read they constantly question who and what they are and its no […]

Rapacia Review

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Disclaimer: I also try to be honest and impartial in my reviews my goal is not to tear down a writers work but to offer my most humble constructive opinions. Be it negative or positive it meant to be taken as such, after all these are just my opinions so please take it with a […]

Magisterium Review

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The plot is familiar  you may have seen this before but writer Hirsch still manages to create a rich detailed world beyond the rift. Colloquim, our world  is plausible with all the technological advances in a hundred years who knows where humanity’s progress maybe. Hirsch’s world entertains one notion of many is done well. Sixteen-year-old Glenn Morgan’s […]

The Lost Prince Review

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Disclaimer: I always try to be honest and impartial in my reviews my goal is not to tear down a writers work but to offer my most humble constructive opinions. Be it negative or positive it’s meant to be taken as such, after all these are just my opinions so please take it with a grain […]

Review ➣The Iron King by Julie Kagawa

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The Iron King is among a small number of faerie based books I’ve read. And also has the distinction of being among the very few I’ve liked. For me what sold me one the book was the characters Puck—Meagan’s mysterious friend, the cold as as ice Ash to name a few. The world and mythology […]

Foxfire Review

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Disclaimer: I always try to be honest and impartial in my reviews my goal is not to tear down a writers work but to offer my most humble constructive opinions. Be it negative or positive it’s meant to be taken as such, after all these are just my opinions so please take it with a grain […]

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