Tag Archives: Young Adult Review

Review: Red Wolf by Rachel Vincent

Rachel Vincent is about to try her hand at a retelling in Red Wolf! As you can probably guess from the title alone, we’re about to dive back into the world of Little Red Riding Hood, but with a twist. Continue reading

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Review: Mirror’s Edge by Scott Westerfeld

Series: Impostors #3Author: Scott WesterfeldPublisher: Scholastic PressReleased: April 6th, 2021Received: Own It’s time. Mirror’s Edge is the third novel in Scott Westerfeld’s Imposters series, and for a little bit there, I naively thought that it was also the conclusion to … Continue reading

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Review: The Sisters of Reckoning by Charlotte Nicole Davis

The Sisters of Reckoning is the second novel and conclusion (I believe) to Charlotte Nicole Davis’ The Good Luck Girls series. Continue reading

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Review: A Lesson in Vengeance by Victoria Lee

If you put a book in front of me and compare it to Ninth House, you better believe that I’m going to read it! A Lesson in Vengeance is the latest novel to come from the mind of Victoria Lee, and guys – this is not a book you’re going to want to miss out on. Seriously, I’m going to be forcing all of my friends and family to read it. Continue reading

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Review: Sweet & Bitter Magic by Adrienne Tooley

I received a copy of Sweet & Bitter Magic thanks to my subscription to OwlCrate. Still, I can say with complete honesty that I would have bought this book anyway. I just happened to be really lucky that my guess for March’s theme/novel. 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: King of Fools by Amanda Foody

King of Fools is the second novel in Amanda Foody’s The Shadow Game trilogy. It is a novel that many fans have been waiting for. Though I was lucky enough not to have to wait, since I only just got into the series. Continue reading

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Review: Bullet Catcher: The Complete Season 1

Bullet Catcher is a unique series, a blend of coming of age, fantasy western, and family drama. It’s perfect for fans of The Gunslinger (Dark Tower) and True Grit, but it comes with a few twists of it’s own. The first two seasons are currently available on Serial Box, with the third on the way. My review is only for the first season of the series (though I do plan on diving into the second season asap). Continue reading

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Review: Kingdom of the Wicked by Kerri Maniscalco

Kerri Maniscalco is back, and this time with a brand new series for us to dive into. Kingdom of the Wicked is the first novel in a series of the same name, and I have to say it, I’m hooked. Continue reading

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Review: A Golden Fury by Samantha Cohoe

A Golden Fury by Samantha Cohoe is one of those debut novels that people everywhere seem to be talking about. I was lucky enough to get my hands on an early copy, and I found it to be worth the hype. Continue reading

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