I am still at a complete loss as to how to describe this book. I wouldn’t say that the premise is new, or the situations, or even the characters: it is the storytelling itself that felt new.
Gottie Oppenheimer is the second-born in a... Read More | Share it now!
I sort of tripped over this book while researching books to read this summer. Though I wasn’t familiar with Mr. Rudnick’s YA work, many authors and bloggers were and found him to be hilarious. What I found was something that I don’t... Read More | Share it now!
***IF YOU HAVEN’T READ THE FIRST BOOK IN THE SERIES, THERE MAY BE SPOILERS***
Beginning on their escape from Maven, the newly crowned King, Mare and Cal are sucked into the world of the Scarlet Guard. Mare is hailed as a hero; Cal is chained like a... Read More | Share it now!
I must confess. I have had this book forever. OK, that’s stretching the truth a little bit, but I received this book back in July of 2014. Then, as it happens sometimes, it fell off of my e-reader. So when I was trying to catch up with my... Read More | Share it now!
This latest book giveaway is pretty big. It’s boxed-set big.
Are you a reader of young adult and/or new adult books?
Does your reading preference lean (hard) toward the paranormal?
Do you like your tales to be pushed to the limits?
Are you tired... Read More | Share it now!
Imagine that something snuck in and stole an item very precious from you, something that would completely alter the trajectory of your life. Then imagine that this invaluable thing was somehow given back to you in limited measure…but the reason... Read More | Share it now!
You know the story – Aladdin is a street rat, Jasmine is a princess. There’s a sultan who only wants to play with his toys all day while he basically lets his Grand Vizier, Jafar, make all of the decisions. Slightly dotty, the sultan never... Read More | Share it now!
I seem to be on a roll, reading books where bad things happen in asylums…
Lark Noble is used to everyone thinking she’s crazy. Not that it doesn’t hurt, especially now that she’s back in her hometown after a stay at a mental... Read More | Share it now!
I started this book quite a while ago, and for some reason, it got lost in the shuffle and never finished. Boy, am I glad I circled back around to it.
Em is locked in a cell. She has no idea how long she’s been there. Maybe a few months? The next... Read More | Share it now!
Much like Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs, Asylum has a cover that’s meant to creep you out. What’s worse is that the photo there, as well as the many inside, are real.
Daniel Crawford is excited for his... Read More | Share it now!