Posts Tagged With: book review

Review: They Mostly Come Out at Night from #SPFBO

He locked himself away from the dark, but in the Magpie King’s forest nowhere is safe… Lonan is an outcast, accused of letting the monsters that stalk the night into the homes of his fellow villagers. Now, he will not rest until he wins back the heart of his childhood love and reclaims the life […]

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Review: The Shadow Soul from #SPFBO

When Jinji’s home is destroyed, she is left with nowhere to run and no one to run to–until she meets Rhen, a prince chasing rumors that foreign enemies have landed on his shores. Masquerading as a boy, Jinji joins Rhen with vengeance in her heart. But traveling together doesn’t mean trusting one another, and both […]

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Review: A Ransom of Flames from #SPFBO

A deadly blight. A crownless queen. A journey to the edge of the world. A mysterious blight devastates the world of Aeden. The Vehlek, dark, immortal guardians of Aeden, have used their power to combat it through a blood sacrifice, one given every season from each of the four peoples. For generations, this has diminished […]

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Review: Masque from #SPFBO

Beauty met the Beast and there was . . . Bloody murder? It’s the Annual Ambassadorial Ball in Glause, and Lady Isabella Farrah, the daughter of New Civet’s Ambassador, is feeling pleasantly scintillated. In the library is Lord Pecus, a charming gentleman whose double mask hides a beastly face, and who has decided that Isabella […]

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Review: Bone Dry from #SPFBO

Sometimes it isn’t as easy as choosing right or wrong. Sixteen-year-old Holly Bennett is a comic book nerd, a con artist, and a shaman. Most days Holly wishes she could trade in her power of spirit communication for something more useful–like fireballs or Wolverine claws. She knows spirits aren’t exactly Casper the Friendly Ghosts. They’re […]

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Review: Song of the Summer King from #SPFBO

Shard is a gryfon in danger. He and other young males of the Silver Isles are old enough to fly, hunt, and fight–old enough to be threats to their ruler, the red gryfon king. In the midst of the dangerous initiation hunt, Shard takes the unexpected advice of a strange she-wolf who seeks him out, […]

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Review: Clara’s Return

Clara, lost and disillusioned from a hard-fought war, hopes to discover some answers about her lineage and abilities in the quiet village of Bluebell, where she once lived before being sold into slavery. However, as she and the Captain of the Royal Guard make their journey, a new threat to the kingdom arises in the […]

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Review: Clara

Clara will have to see through both the fog of war, and the fog of her own heart, to save a nation… Sold into slavery as a child, and rendered mute by the horrors she suffered, Clara’s life extends no further than the castle kitchens and their garden. Those who know about her just think […]

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Review: The Ruins on Stone Hill

Goodreads link: The Ruins on Stone Hill (The Heroes of Ravenford #1) Author: F. P. Spirit Genre: YA Fantasy My Rating: 4/5 stars The Ruins on Stone Hill is pretty much what I expected: a classic adventure in the style of Tolkien and Dungeons and Dragons. A brace band of heroes, looking to make names […]

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Appearances on Other Blogs

Recently, I’ve been featured on a few other blogs. Click the links to read the full posts. Book Snatch interviewed me and is hosting a giveaway! Read about the weirdest thing I’ve ever done (with photo evidence!) and enter to win a free ebook of Small Town Witch. And So It Begins posted a review […]

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