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Review: Firekeeper’s Daughter by Angeline Boulley

Author: Angeline BoulleyPublisher: Henry, Holt & Co.Released: March 16th, 2021Received: BookishFirstWarnings: Abuse, drug addiction, assault, discrimination, sexual assault Firekeeper’s Daughter is a debut novel that very much doesn’t feel like a debut novel. Written by Angeline Boulley, this is a … Continue reading

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Review: The Ones We’re Meant to Find by Joan He

Add The Ones We’re Meant to Find to the top of my books read in 2021, please! It’s a brilliant novel, one that I cannot recommend enough. Written by Joan He, it promises to be a blend of We Were Liars, Black Mirror, and Studio Ghibli. Continue reading

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Review: The Girl in Cell 49B by Dorian Box

The Girl in Cell 49B is the second novel in Dorian Box’s Emily Calby series. As the series title probably gives away, this is a thrilling mystery series. One worth checking out. Continue reading

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Review: What Beauty There Is by Cory Anderson

Cory Anderson’s debut novel, What Beauty There Is, will knock your socks off. It cuts to the quick and will leave an impression on your heart. Continue reading

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Review: The Electric Kingdom by David Arnold

David Arnold is back with another mind bend of a read in The Electric Kingdom. It’s a novel that merges speculative fiction with dystopian writing, and will leave you thinking for days to come. Continue reading

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Review: Waiting for the Night Song by Julie Carrick Dalton

Julie Carrick Dalton’s debut novel, Waiting for the Night Song, is a shockingly powerful and intense read, one that will pull you in right from the first page. Continue reading

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Review: The Princess Knight by G.A. Aiken

The Princess Knight is the second novel in The Scarred Earth Saga by G.A. Aiken, a chaotic and brilliant adventure like no other I’ve seen. Continue reading

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Review: Skyhunter by Marie Lu

Once again Marie Lu is creating a new fantasy world worth diving into, Skyhunter. The first title of the series also happens to have the same name, and it comes alongside one of the most striking covers I’ve seen to date. Continue reading

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Review: To Sleep in a Sea of Stars by Christopher Paolini

Can you believe it? Christopher Paolini is back, only this time he isn’t diving back into the world of fantasy! Instead, he’s taking a swing at science fiction. From the moment this book was announced, I knew that it was going to be one epic adventure. Continue reading

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Review: The Gillespie County Fair by Marc Hess

The Gillespie County Fair is the latest novel by Marc Hess, and it’s a totally unique read. Set in Texas, and revolving around the oldest fair, this novel is rich with culture and character development. Continue reading

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