Posts tagged Disney Hyperion
Book Review: A Thousand Nights by E.K. Johnston

"They would wash and prepare me like a bride, but I knew that I was being dressed for death. Yet there was that sound, pulling at the whirlwind of my thoughts. I decided in that moment that I must live through the night, because I wished to know what made that sound. I walked up the stairs, and into Lo-Melkhiin’s harem."

A THOUSAND NIGHTS is a beautifully rendered story that takes the threads of the One Thousand and One Nights and explores the myth behind Scheherazade. 

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Waiting On Wednesday: Spinning Starlight R.C. Lewis

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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Young Adult Book Review: This Shattered World by Amie Kaufman and Meagan Spooner

This Shattered World is the amazing second installment in the Starbound trilogy and introduces a new pair of star-crossed lovers who are on opposite sides of a war-torn planet.

One of the most enjoyable facets of this series is the fact that though the story arc continues to subtlety build with each book, each story reads like a stand alone that features a new and exciting world, couples with a complete story-line that avoids cliffhanger endings, making each book seem familiar yet, new and complete.

The story opens up with the exciting new setting on the planet Avon, which is in the process of being terraformed, only an unknown source has been deliberately hindering the process. With  Jubilee Chase and Flynn Cormac on opposing sides.

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Young Adult Book Review: Stitching Snow by R.C. Lewis

Stitching Snow takes elements form Snow White and creates an entertaining read with a clever and fun mix of science fiction and fairy-tale. Although I have not read the exceptionally well-loved Cinder by Meyers yet, and cannot compare writings, I would say the Stitching Snow is a sister tale, similar in theme and style, and should be enjoyed for her own uniqueness.

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