Review: Epic Fail by Claire LaZebnik

This is one of the best modernizations of Pride and Prejudice I’ve found! The dialogue is hilariously realistic, the characters are so well done, and the story is just plain fun regardless of whether or not you’re obsessed with Austen. Read more…

Review: Frost Blood by Elly Blake

I think this would have been a really fun story if I were just discovering YA fantasy books. It has all of the elements from other stories I love and is well written, but… there was just nothing new. Read more…

Author Q&A: Keir Graff

The Matchstick Castle was such a fun middle grade story (it even reminded me a bit of The Goonies). The book came out last week, so author Keir Graff stopped by to share some of his thoughts! Read more…

Review: Windwitch by Susan Dennard

I had completely forgotten how Susan Dennard writes such delightfully vivid and hilarious characters! This is a pretty typical YA fantasy story… which will either be annoying or really fun based on your taste. Read more…

Review: Raven Flight by Juliet Marillier

This plot definitely has more potential than is currently being used, but I still enjoyed this book! If you like fantasy worlds with a Celtic or medieval feeling, fae, and rebels who live in caves then you’ll probably like this story. Read more…

Review: The Dark Days Pact by Alison Goodman

I think your enthusiasm level for this sequel will be directly tied to how much you liked Carlston in the first book. I’d recommend this series if you liked The Infernal Devices, These Vicious Masks, or any other historical stories with demon hunting! Read more…

Review: Passenger by Alexandra Bracken

The story reminded me a bit of Ruby Red by Kerstin Gier with the families that pass on the genetic ability to time travel, how the girl finds herself traveling to different times without any training, and that her mission is to track down a missing device. Read more…

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