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Review: Immortal Plunder (Pirates of Felicity) by Kelly St Clare

About the book: There are three types of people in the Exosian Realm—males, females, and pirates. I’m a pirate. One with six overprotective fathers for a crew. And if I’m telling the honest truth, not just the pirate truth, having … Continue reading

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Review: Facing the Sun by Carol Beth Anderson

About the book: Tavi Malin is born facing the sun, filled with greater magic than any other sun-blessed child. At age fourteen, her magic awakens, but her uncontrolled power nearly destroys her school, leaving her confidence as shaken as her … Continue reading

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Review: Spy Girl 1 – The Prince by Jillian Dodd

About the book: Can one girl save the world? An eighteen-year-old covert agent is pulled out of training before graduation by Black X, a espionage group so secret even the President of the United States doesn’t know it exists. For … Continue reading

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Review: Trials of Apollo – The Hidden Oracle by Rick Riordan

About the book: How do you punish an immortal? By making him human. After angering his father Zeus, the god Apollo is cast down from Olympus. Weak and disoriented, he lands in New York City as a regular teenage boy. … Continue reading

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Review: The Girl Who Shot First

About the book: Not Every Girl Can Be Katniss Everdeen. Did she learn to hunt and survive in a post-crisis world? No. Her father was a scientist. Her battle is with a parasitic virus that is threatening to wipe out … Continue reading

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Review: Elemental Thief by Rachel Morgan

About the book: Stealing isn’t her biggest crime. Magic is. In a near-future city shielded from the elemental magic raging through the wastelands, seventeen-year-old Ridley steals from the wealthy and secretly gives to those in need—which is far less of … Continue reading

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Review: Wolfbound by Jody and Jayme Morse

About the book: My life isn’t supposed to be this complicated. At least that’s what I thought… until I met Jax. I was in for the most boring three months of my life. With my best friend and sister gone … Continue reading

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