Classic Fantasy, just...WAY too predictable
I read this within 24 hours. I did not love it. First the good: Emily Gee writes well, not doubt about it; her prose is fluid...
EDIT: I wasn't entirely happy with my review, too messy, so I decided to rewrite it with a better overview. This book... It...
First Book by Tamora Pierce
I have to admit, I fell in love with this author's books and her world of Tortall, which is by no means boring or cliche, des...
A Nice Collection from Famous Fantasy Authors
These seems like a collection of 'what if' scenarios from various fantasy Authors and they are very enjoyable for a casual re...
Epic Ending with a Twist
This series has an ending that starts out confusing but the book wraps up the trilogy in such a surprising and refreshing way...
Gripping Story, Interspersed by Long Descriptions
I grew up in Europe, (not the UK), so I was never forced to read the great classics in school or taught their significance, o...
Exploring Aerie's World
This continuation of the Darkangel can seem a little confusing, at first, because it's a huge leap from its predecessor, in t...
A Darker Side to Romance
I've always had a soft spot for the books from this author. It has been a long time since I read this trilogy but I remember ...
Between Loving the World and Hating the People
I was tethering between 2 and 2.5 on this one, but finally opted for the bigger one because 1) the cover-art, which we all kn...
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Have to claim DNF on this one. (EDIT: Now Finished)
Okay, I'm not proud of it but there was not enough in this book (for me) to stay interested, could be because I'd read a few ...
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Review: Evermore by Alyson Noel
How To Write Popular YA Supernatural Literature AND Defile Your Spirit!Based on the popular YA novel, Evermore, and aided by ...
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