Greetings! Join me in celebrating Michaela Bush’s cover reveal for her new fairytale retelling!Read the Review
Categories: Dystopian, YAAuthor: Rachelle DekkerSeries: SeerPublisher: Tyndale PublishingPublished: 2015Personal Review: Okay, I’ll admit, I expected this series to just be another YA dystopian series. It even sounds a bit like The Selection (even though...
This Little Red Riding Hood retelling picks up where Cinder left off. Cinder recruits a fellow inmate and heads to France to seek out someone who might know the truth of her past. Scarlet is reeling from the police report saying her missing grandmother’s case has been closed. Suddenly, a strange street fighter shows up who may be Scarlet’s only lead to find her grandmother before it’s too late.
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Amy and Dan Cahill know what it’s like to face challenges by themselves. Their guardian does the bare minimum and the only adult the truly connect with is Grace Cahill, their grandmother. But after her death, the siblings find themselves faced with loss and a difficult decision – accept their inheritance or follow 39 clues and dangerous paths to find treasure that could change the course of history. Read the Review
Revisit the dystopian Panem and discover Coriolanus Snow’s adolescence and the moments that started him down a road from which he never turned away. Beware, however, as there may be the occasional spoiler for the original series, The Hunger Games. Read the Review
Categories: Dystopian, The Out of Time Series, YAAuthor: Nadine BrandesSeries: Out of TimePublisher: Enclave PublishingPublished: 2014Personal Review: I’ve read A Time to Die twice now, and, admittedly, both times I struggled to be invested in...
The war for Selene’s soul is coming swiftly, as is the war for the fate of the Great Houses.
Warning! The following review is for the third book in a series, so there may be spoilers for books 1 and 2! If you haven’t read those yet, check out the links for the reviews at the beginning of this post!