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Review: The Lights of Sugarberry Cove by Heather Webber

The Lights of Sugarberry Cove, written by Heather Webber, is a charming novel full of magical realism, healing, and love, and it is such a gentle beast. It is a gentle soul waiting for the right reader to come along. Continue reading

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Review: A Thousand Steps by T. Jefferson Parker

A Thousand Steps, by T. Jefferson Parker, is one part thriller and one part coming-of-age story. Given how much I adore novels that blend genres, I knew that I had to give this one a try! Continue reading

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Review: Or What You Will by Jo Walton

Like many readers out there, I have a massive backlog of books that I’m desperately trying to read through. Among that list would be everything written by Jo Walton. Naturally, that means I had to make time to read Or What You Will. Continue reading

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Review: The Unheard by Nicci French

reading that title? I know I did. That, combined with that stunning cover, was more than enough reason for me to give this book a try. Continue reading

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Review: Tiger Queen by Annie Sullivan

You guys know that I can’t resist a retelling! Tiger Queen, written by Annie Sullivan, retells Frank Stockton’s The Lady or the Tiger? Continue reading

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Review: The Shattered Crown by Maxym M. Martineau

he Shattered Crown is the third and final installment of The Beast Charmer series by Maxym M. Martineau. I originally fell in love with this series thanks to all of the fantastical creatures it involved, not to mention a daring plot or two! So I’ll be sad to say goodbye to this series. Continue reading

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Review: Sisters of the Great War by Suzanne Feldman

Sisters of the Great War, written by Suzanne Feldman, was inspired by real women, which means so much to me and other readers. Set during World War I, it follows American sisters who volunteered during the war. Continue reading

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Review: The Midnight Girls by Alicia Jasinska

‘m going to read it! The Midnight Girls promised to be a YA fantasy with a mixture of The Wicked Deep (on my TBR list) and House of Salt and Sorrows. It is also very LGBT-friendly, which is a huge plus. Continue reading

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Review: Hide by Nell Pattison

So I’ve learned that I am a sucker for books with purple and blue covers, and apparently ones with snow as well? Perhaps that is merely the sort of thriller I crave when it gets cold, as there are many believable elements within. Anyway, Hide by Nell Pattison is the latest thriller I decided to dive into. Continue reading

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Review: When the Sparrow Falls by Neil Sharpson

Looking for a new dystopian science fiction novel to dive into? Check out Neil Sharpson’s When the Sparrow Falls Continue reading

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