Category Archives: families

Review: The Red Sun Rises by Victoria Kinnaird

About the Book: Eren Anderson is a freak among freaks. At 17 years old, he doesn’t fit in with his peers in the tiny town of All Hallows and despite being born into it, he most certainly doesn’t fit in … Continue reading

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Review: Labyrinth of Shadows by Kyla Stone

About the book: A hero sworn to slay the monster. A princess determined to save it. But only one can live… They call me the cursed princess. Daughter of a tyrant king. Sister to the monster. For seven years, I’ve … Continue reading

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Review: Shift of Shadow and Soul by Hilary Thompson

About the book: In Weshen, magic is forbidden and punishable by death. Corentine has the worst kind. Having Shifter magic is a curse, not a blessing. Coren must hide her power from everyone, especially Syashin, the General’s son. But Sy’s … Continue reading

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Review: Persuade by Wendi Wilson

About the book: Vampires don’t exist. Everyone knows that, but after a drug experiment gone wrong, a new generation of children share a frightening number of characteristics with the fictional bloodsucking monsters. Needing blood to survive. Advanced hearing capabilities. The … Continue reading

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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: 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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