Posts tagged 2015
Drown: A Twisted Take on the Classic Fairy Tale by Esther Dalseno

Drown is a gorgeously written, hauntingly beautiful rendition of the classic Little Mermaid. Faithful to Hans Christian Andersen's themes, it is a tale that will take you on a journey with the littlest mermaid as she discovers the joys and pains it is to be human. It is a quest to find a soul and the love of a prince. 

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Book Review: The House by Christina Lauren

THE HOUSE BRINGS PLENTY OF EERIE atmosphere and chilling suspense to coauthor duo Christina Lauren's latest young adult thriller. THE HOUSE comes vividly to life taking on a presence that is as strong and memorable as any character while featuring a kick-butt heroine, and equal parts horror and romance.

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Young Adult Book Review: Wolf by Wolf by Ryan Graudin

WOLF BY WOLF is a fast-paced, action-packed, and nearly unputdownable book that manages to make you want to jump up and down and cheer for the heroine Yael. Ryan Graudin asks "What if?" the Axis had won World War II and WOLF BY WOLF answers with a both a thoughtful and highly entertaining read -one I did not want to end!

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Book Review: The Summer Marked by Rebekah L. Purdy

THE SUMMER MARKED is the second book in author Rebekah L. Purdy's young adult fantasy series, The Winter People. Whereas in the first book the author sweeps readers into a highly atmospheric Winter-landscape brimming with unusual Fae creatures and dangers, this time around it is the Summer Court that we are taken to. No less danger awaits here, there's more court intrigue, magic, and very cool and unusual Fae creatures to explore, plus - Rebekah L. Purdy gives her readers plenty more swoon-worthy kisses to sigh over!

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