A Monster Calls – Review

The lovely, Fettered Matriarch, reviewed A Monster Calls a few months ago, convincing me to read this short, illustrated novel. Kacy's review was very persuasive, she and I are quite similar, and I knew I could take her recommendation and run with it. I'm so glad I did, because this was a moving story. At 12:07... Continue Reading →

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The Winner’s Crime – Review

NOTE: The Winner's Crime is part of the "The Winner's" trilogy and should be read second. If you haven't read the first installment, The Winner's Curse, yet, but plan to, please refrain from reading any further. This review may contain infos that will spoil the first installment for you. It feels like forever ago that... Continue Reading →

Blog Tour – Shift

Thank you to Social Butterfly PR for giving me a chance to review an advanced reader's copy of Shift. When I heard that Staci Hart was going to release the second book in her "Hearts & Arrows" series, a story set in the world of Greek Gods and New York City, I was immediately excited... Continue Reading →

Release Day – Shift by Staci Hart

Bestselling author Staci Hart brings you the second installment of an addictive romantic mythology series where love is the ultimate game, and Aphrodite always wins. Shift by Staci Hart Publishing Date: August 24th, 2017 Genre: Contemporary Romance Synopsis: Even the gods cannot betray the will of the stars. It’s been a hundred years since she’s... Continue Reading →

A Thousand Rooms – Review

A Thousand Rooms by Helen Jones begins with the end - the end of Katie's life. When Katie accidentally steps off a curb while checking her text messages, she is hit by a car and killed. When she awakes, she finds her old body lying on the ground and her separated body and soul still... Continue Reading →

The Winner’s Curse – Review

What I admire most about YA dystopian authors is their massive imagination and their creations of new worlds, new societies, new rules and new ways of thinking. Nothing is impossible. Some dystopians focus on a new world and a society that was only recently formed as a result of a war that our current society... Continue Reading →

The Siren – Review

There were actually two reasons I bought this book last year in England: the first one was the cover. I know, "Don't judge a book by its cover!" but I couldn't leave Waterstones without buying this book. The second and much smaller reason was Kiera Cass, the author of this book. You probably all know... Continue Reading →

The Queen and the Cure – Review

"The Gifts we are given are not given for our benefit but for the benefit of mankind." Was Amy speaking of herself with this quote?  Seriously, the woman's gift of writing is a benefit for mankind.  Every time I read one of her books I am in complete awe of her writing abilities.  She crafts... Continue Reading →

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