Tag Archives: Book Review

Review: Rainbow Brite

Rainbow Brite was more or less exactly like I remembered, though of course, this graphic novel did do a few fun twists with it. A fact that I can appreciate – we can’t have the story going stale now, can we? Continue reading

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Review: The Beautiful by Renee Ahdieh

The Beautiful is the first novel in a new series written by Renee Ahdieh. I knew that I had to pick this book up from the moment I saw the cover. I just go head over heels for simple and elegant designs. But then I kept hearing about The Beautiful, and I knew it was something worth following up on. Continue reading

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Review: Where There’s Hope by Frank Tayell

Where There’s Hope is the fifteenth novel in the Surviving the Outbreak series by Frank Tayell, and honestly, it’s almost shocking to realize how long the series has been going on for. I’d happily take another dozen novels in this series, given the chance. Continue reading

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Review: Draw Like an Artist: 100 Realistic Animals

Draw Like an Artist: 100 Realistic Animals: Step-by-Step Realistic Line Drawing Author: Melissa Washburn Released: December 17th, 2019 Received: NetGalley Rating: I received a copy of Draw Like an Artist through NetGalley in exchange for a fair and honest review. … Continue reading

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Review: Day Shift by Charlaine Harris

Day Shift is the second novel in Charlaine Harris’ Midnight, Texas series. And it does not disappoint. Midnight, Texas is a strange place – the sort of place that collects misfit people with strange histories and powers. Continue reading

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Review: Parable of the Sower: A Graphic Novel Adaptation

To be clear: Parable of the Sower is a graphic novel adaptation of a novel by Octavia E. Butler (of the same name, in case that wasn’t clear). The novel originally published back in the ‘90s, and it seemed right to try and do something more with it now. Continue reading

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Review: The Bone Houses by Emily Lloyd-Jones

The Bone Houses by Emily Lloyd-Jones is a darker fantasy story, one full of magic and death. It’s much like a faerie tale, full of lessons, loss, and love. This is a novel that will thrill you and chill you. It’s perfect to read during a dark and stormy night. Continue reading

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Review: Wolf’s Search by Jane Lindskold

Wolf’s Search is the seventh novel in the Firekeeper Saga, and while I wasn’t expecting another novel in the series, I’m certainly not going to complain! It actually seems like the series will be going forward beyond this book as well, so I am extremely happy right now. Continue reading

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Review: The Secret Commonwealth by Philip Pullman

Philip Pullman’s latest trilogy, The Book of Dust is directly tied into one of his most famous series, His Dark Materials. This trilogy follows Lyra. The first novel followed her story as a baby. And now this novel, The Secret Commonwealth, follows Lyra several years after His Dark Materials concluded. Continue reading

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Review: Shadow of the Batgirl

Shadow of the Batgirl is the latest in a run of series focused on a slightly younger audience. That being said, fans of Cassandra Cain will absolutely want to check this one out. Continue reading

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