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Review: The Widow Queen by Elzbieta Cherezinska

If you are a fan of epic historical fantasy, then The Widow Queen, written by Elżbieta Cherezińska, is a novel that will be worth your time. However, I do want to take a minute to thank Maya Zakrzewska-Pim for translating this novel. Without that, I never would have been able to read it! Continue reading

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Review: The Library of the Dead by T.L. Huchu

T.L. Huchu’s latest novel, The Library of the Dead, is marketed as a combination of Stranger Things and the Sixth Sense. Combine that with the name (I’m pretty sure I will read any fantasy novel that hints at libraries or books), the cover, and the color choices I’ve seen so far, and I never had any doubt about this book. Continue reading

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Review: The Shadow Threat (House Of El #1)

The Shadow Threat (House of El #1) is the tale of Krypton, before everything went so horribly wrong. Written by Claudia Gray (the detail that caught my attention to begin with) and illustrated by Eric Zawadski, this is a fascinating tale that shows a darker side of Krypton. Continue reading

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Review: Gamora & Nebula: Sisters in Arms by Mackenzi Lee

Gamora & Nebula: Sisters in Arms is the latest installment in Marvels hero series. The other notable addition to this series (so far) follows Loki, so you just know that this will be a fun ride! What made me so eager to pick up this read, in particular, is a combination of the characters (I adore Nebula) and the author – Mackenzi Lee. Continue reading

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Review: Stranger Things: Zombie Boys

Zombie Boys is set after the events of the first season. Meaning, after Will went missing, and was later found. If you watched the show, then you’re probably already getting an idea of where this is going to lead. The title helps give that idea. Continue reading

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Review: Girl One by Sara Flannery Murphy

Girl One is perfect for those of you that want to see a little bit of science fiction in their thrillers. Or is it a little bit of thriller in their science fiction? Either way, that’s the simple truth. Continue reading

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Review: Spider-Man/Deadpool Vol. 7: My Two Dads

Yay! It’s more Spider-Man and Deadpool – one of my favorite team-ups out there. They’re arguably the quirkiest out there, and their adventures have steadily been getting more outlandish with time. Spider-Man/Deadpool Vol. 7: My Two Dads is no exception to that rule. Continue reading

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Review: Monstress Vol. 4: The Chosen

Monstress Vol. 4: The Chosen is a graphic novel that I practically counted down the days for, as the story and artwork are beyond compare. Written by Marjorie M. Liu and illustrated by Sana Takeda, this is one of the most memorable series out there, at least in my mind. Continue reading

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Banned Book Week 2021

September 26th marks the beginning of one special week. Every year where book lovers celebrate the banned books of the world. It’s a time to promote books that have been removed from libraries, schools, and more for various reasons. Continue reading

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Review: Flash Fire by T.J. Klune

Flash Fire, written by T.J. Klune, is the second novel in The Extraordinaries #2 series, and oh my god, this series is SO good. I fell in love with the first novel not too long ago, and I was so happy that I could dive right on into the second novel. Now I’m here, waiting on bated breath for the news of the third. Continue reading

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