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Review: The House at Cobb End by Karen Chance

The House at Cobb End is another one of Karen Chance’s short stories. This one, like many of her other works, fits perfectly into the world of Cassie Palmer. In fact, this short story probably won’t make a whole lot of sense if you haven’t read any of the series up until now. Continue reading

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Review: Heartwood Box by Ann Aguirre

Heartwood Box is the newest novel by Ann Aguirre, and it is an amazing blend of different genres. It’s young adult, and has romance, supernatural, and science fiction elements as well. It’s a time travel tale, but also a tale of a teenage girl trying to do what is right. And it’s so amazingly dark and brilliant. Continue reading

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Review and Q&A: The Saturday Night Ghost Club by Craig Davidson

The Saturday Night Ghost Club is a unique blending of genres, perfect for fans of the supernatural and coming of age themes. It doesn’t fit perfectly into either category, though it pulls elements from both. The end result is something heartwarming, bone-chilling, and everything in between. Continue reading

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Review: Curse the Dawn (Cassandra Palmer #4) by Karen Chance

Curse the Dawn is the fourth novel in the Cassandra Palmer series. Though if you want to get technical, it’s the fifth novel in the world of Cassie Palmer (counting Dory’s first novel). Like the other novels before it, this one follows Cassie and her whirlwind journey as Pythia. There’s plenty of chaos, humor, and tension to be found in this series. Continue reading

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Review: Kill the Farm Boy (The Tales of Pell #1) by Delilah S. Dawson and Kevin Hearne

Kill the Farm Boy is a hilarious and irreverent beginning to an all new series called the Tales of Pell. If the first novel is anything to go by, the entire series is bound to be wholly unique. The novel is a play on the classic chosen one quest, only with a whole lot of twists thrown in. If you’re looking for a fairy tale that’ll make you snort with laughter, then this is the series for you. Continue reading

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Review: Midnight’s Daughter (Dorina Basarab #1) by Karen Chance

Midnight’s Daughter is the first novel in the Dorina Basarab series. The whole series fits into the Cassandra Chance world, so if you’re a fan of one, I strongly urge you to read the other. Both series bounce around each other in the timeline, so it’s really quite fun to read them all. Continue reading

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Review: Buying Trouble (Dorina Basarab #0.5) by Karen Chance

Buying Trouble is technically the first bit of writing for the Dorina Basarab series. It counts as #0.5 in the series though, and it doesn’t actually introduce Dory into the mix. Instead it talks about her best friend, Claire, and the mess she manages to get herself into. Continue reading

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Review: Embrace the Night (Cassandra Palmer #3) by Karen Chance

Embrace the Night is the third novel in the Cassandra Palmer series by Karen Chance, and this series is not slowing down anytime soon. Being that this is one of my favorite series, I’m always relieved to realize that there are more books to come. Continue reading

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Review: Children of Blood and Bone by Tomi Adeyemi

The series is based in a world where magic had once been alive and well, but is not gone. Young Zelie is determined to bring back magic though, because it’s the only way to save her people. This is a brilliant and emotionally compelling fantasy series if ever I’ve seen one. Continue reading

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Review: Shitty Beer (Cassandra Palmer World #2.5) by Karen Chance

Shitty Beer is a short story within the world of Cassandra Palmer. It’s numbered as 2.5, but really it’s happened during and after Claimed by Shadow. But honestly, you could probably read it whenever you wanted to. Continue reading

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