The Cemetery Boys by Heather Brewer

The Cemetery Boys by Heather Brewer

The air suddenly filled. My breath came out in quick, gray puffs. And then I heard it.
Vwumph-vwumph-vwumph.

When I first discovered The Cemetery Boys I knew right away that I wanted to read it.  I immediately thought of the 80's classic teen-horror movie The Lost Boys and hoped the author gave this story the same vibe of horror, teenage humor and adolescent hormones surrounded by the strange and supernatural. Overall, the story gave me mostly what I had hoped for and ended up being a fun and chilling read.

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Harrison Squared by Daryl Gregory: Choose Your Own Adventure, Review + Giveaway

Harrison Squared by Daryl Gregory: Choose Your Own Adventure, Review + Giveaway

Today I have something fun to share with you!  It's the Harrison Squared Tie-In CHOOSE YOUR OWN ADVENTURE game! Filled with extra material and illustrations, this game does not require one to have read Harrison Squared previously but definitely will pull you into the spooky world Daryl Gregory has created. I had a ton of fun choosing my own adventure and hope you follow Harrison Squared on your own adventure. I also have a REVIEW for you to check out and a GIVEAWAY thanks to the wonderful people at Tor Books!

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Waiting On Wednesday: Blood and Salt by Kim Liggett

Waiting On Wednesday: Blood and Salt by Kim Liggett

Waiting On Wednesday is a weekly feature by Jill at Breaking the Spine that spotlights upcoming book releases that we're excited about! It's a fun way to share with others the books that you're eagerly awaiting to be released and you are excited about. This week's pre-publication that "I-Can't-Wait-To-Read" selection is:

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Adult Book Review: The Unleashing by Shelly Laurenston

Adult Book Review: The Unleashing by Shelly Laurenston

If you were to give a roller derby team wings like Valkyries, throw in some creative Norse mythology and task them with meting out vengeance in the name of the goddess Skuld-then you might come close to imagining Shelly Laurenston's (G.A. Aiken) warrior woman known as the "Crows." The humor, bad-ass vibe, and overall craziness in this new series is sure to please both new and old fans.  

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Young Adult Book Review: The Thorn and the Sinking Stone by CJ Dushinski

Young Adult Book Review: The Thorn and the Sinking Stone by CJ Dushinski

The Thorn and the Sinking Stone is the first book in CJ Dushinski's Thorn and Dagger series and reminded me a lot of Romeo and Juliet with its rival families, only it's set in a futuristic dystopian world and has a surprising touch of the paranormal in the mix.

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