*We received this book in exchange for an honest review.* Life in the Commonwealth isn’t easy for Eva Marteinn. When it’s her turn to be chosen for a career path, Eva is picked as the first female Bellator — warriors who she sees as no more than killers. Suddenly, she’s moved into a world ofContinue reading “Review: Sword of the Seven Sins by Emily Colin”
In case you missed it, earlier this week we interviewed Kara Thomas! Check out the interview and the GIVEAWAY for a signed copy of That Weekend. We’re accepting entries until Monday July 26th. All you need to do is comment on the previous blog post! After a devastating breakup, Claire Keough plans to skip the prom and goContinue reading “Review: That Weekend by Kara Thomas”
Picking up a few months after The Cruel Prince left off, Jude Duarte is adjusting to her new life and role in the place. Ever since she betrayed Cardan Greenbriar, he keeps her at arm’s length. To top it all off, Jude and Taryn’s relationship remains tense and Madoc is angry that the girl he raisedContinue reading “Review: The Wicked King by Holly Black”
Review: Better Together by Christine Riccio Siri and Jamie are opposites in every way possible. Siri grew up as a ballet dancer in New Jersey, while Jamie is an aspiring comedian in Los Angeles. It’s been 14 years since they’ve seen each other, since Siri grew up with their mom and Jamie with their dad.
Warning: Spoilers if you haven’t started The Last Hours series. Picking up a few months after Chain of Gold, it’s time for James Herondale and Cordelia Carstairs to get married. Except, they are both dreading it. Cordelia always hoped she’d marry James…just not under these circumstances.
Six students— the queen bee, the jock, the valedictorian, the stoner, the loner and the music geek— get invited to a dinner with the Mayor. They have won the prestigious town scholarship and now get to celebrate their success. However, as soon as they arrive, they realize it’s a trap. The door is locked. The windowsContinue reading “Review: All Your Twisted Secrets by Diana Urban”
Thou Shalt Kill Welcome to the future. At a certain point in time, everyone will be immortal. No more diseases or tragedies because everyone can be brought back. Sound perfect? Except, over-population leads to the creation of the Scythedom. Scythes are in charge of “gleaning” a certain amount of people to keep the population sizeContinue reading “Review: Scythe by Neal Shusterman”
Seventeen-year old Celine Rousseau arrives in New Orleans in 1872. Looking to leave her dark past behind in Paris, Celine boards a ship to America to reinvent herself with the help of the Ursuline convent. But when she arrives in America, Celine finds that the city of New Orleans is nothing like she imagined. SheContinue reading “Review: The Beautiful by Renée Ahdieh”
Sydney cannot wait to embark on her first European adventure with her best friend, Leela. Leela was supposed to go with her boyfriend, but they broke up right before the end of their freshman year of college. Desperate to still go on an adventure, Leela asks Sydney to use her savings to backpack through Europe.Continue reading “Review: I See London, I See France By Sarah Mlynowski”