Book Review: My Plain Jane by Cynthia Hand, Jodi Meadows, & Brodi Ashton

“But she was a writer, so while she did get this moment of thinking herself somewhat brilliant, it would soon be offset by a crippling doubt that she had a gift of words at all. Such is the way with all writers. Trust us.” Hand, Meadows and Ashton’s brilliantly written and utterly comical retelling of […]

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Book Review: The Chronister Cliff by Simone van der Steeg

“What did I do to deserve this? This cannot be life. This must be death. This must be hell.” An incredibly intriguing story with twists at every turn, Simone van der Steeg’s The Chronister Cliff brings readers a tale so unique it feels like an original…and may certainly be one. After Karen’s parents passed away […]

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Book Review: Rituals by Kelley Armstrong

“Don’t ever stop doing that. Please. I want to be better. Be stronger.” In the final installment of this highly regarded paranormal series, Kelley Armstrong’s Rituals is such a thrill and exciting read that readers will find themselves unable to stop until the last page has turned. When a new dark force disturbs the balance […]

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Book Review: Betrayals by Kelley Armstrong

“But that’s what dreams are for—to weave reality and fantasy and memory and stitch together something you can’t hope for in waking life. To fulfill that little part of you that wants something so bad.” Disloyalty and danger around every corner, Kelley Armstrong’s Betrayals will have readers at the edge of their seats with this […]

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Book Review: Deceptions by Kelley Armstrong

“Demons are a very human creation. You look for ways to explain evil, and instead of seeing it in yourselves, you offload the responsibility onto monsters. The monstrous exists in the mirror, not in the sulfurous depths of some fantasy world.” In the third installment of the Cainsville series, Kelley Armstrong’s Deceptions brings readers on […]

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Book Review: The Raven Boys by Maggie Stiefvater

“She wasn’t interested in telling other people’s futures. She was interested in going out and finding her own.” In the remarkable introduction to a mysterious and suspenseful series, Stiefvater’s The Raven Boys pulls readers into a tale of adventure and dark twists around every corner. Growing up in a household full of psychics, Blue’s rather […]

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Book Review: Visions by Kelley Armstrong

“We are imprisoned by the truth we dare not see. We are imprisoned by the questions we dare not ask.” Mysterious and seductive, Kelley Armstrong’s Visions draws readers back into the highly intense adventures that seem to emanate from the peculiar little town of Cainsville. Learning that her parents may not be guilty for their […]

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Book Review: Omens by Kelley Armstrong

“A friend helps you move; a real friend helps you move a body.” Dark, eerie and full of mystery, Kelley Armstrong’s Omens is a fantastic urban fantasy horror that will have you craving for more. After discovering that she’s not only adopted but the biological daughter of two notorious serial killers, Olivia Taylor Jones starts […]

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Book Review: Forest of Ruin by Kelley Armstrong

“As they neared the spot from which the noise had come, Moria saw a hand lying on the pathway. It appeared to be attached to a body, which was a relief. Again, these days, one could not guarantee such a thing.” In the closing chapter to Kelley Armstrong’s Age of Legends trilogy, Forest of Ruin […]

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Book Review: Empire of Night by Kelley Armstrong

“‘No,’ he said, his lips to her ear as she drifted from consciousness. ‘I wish you to kill him.’” The second installment of Kelley Armstrong’s Age of Legends trilogy, Empire of Night, throws readers on a roller-coaster of emotions after the jaw-dropping revelation we are left with in Sea of Shadows – one that could […]

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