Category Archives: families

Review: Dragon Mage Academy: Princess of Dragons by Cordelia Castel

About the book: A disguised princess. A murder most malicious. A dragon condemned to death. Desperate to escape a forced marriage, seventeen-year-old Princess Alba disguises herself to join the all-male Dragon Mage Academy. Her plans go wrong when a dragon … Continue reading

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New Release Klaxon: Nine Dragons Gold by Katy Haye

Congratulations to Piranha Katy Haye, whose new book is out today. Nine Dragons Gold takes the reader on another excursion into the Firethorn Kingdoms. A courtly game. An impossible prize. Lady Hanna is used to being the neglected, unwanted daughter, … Continue reading

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Review: Girl of Flesh and Metal by Alicia Ellis

About the book: Is she the killer she’s hunting? It was supposed to help her—not turn her into a monster. Now, Lena’s stuck with this cybernetic arm, and her friends are terrified of her. Maybe they should be. The arm’s … Continue reading

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Review: Faerie Games by Michelle Maddow

About the book: I’m Selena Pearce, and in the past few days I’ve been kidnapped by the fae, gifted with powerful magic, and forced to compete in a twisted, televised game to the death. Growing up on the magical island … Continue reading

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Review: Thorn by Intisar Khanani

About the book: Princess Alyrra has never enjoyed the security or power of her rank. Between her family’s cruelty and the court’s contempt, she has spent her life in the shadows. Forced to marry a powerful foreign prince, Alyrra embarks … Continue reading

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Review: Princess of Dragons by Cordelia Castel

About the book: A disguised princess. A murder most malicious. A dragon condemned to death. Desperate to escape a forced marriage, seventeen-year-old Princess Alba disguises herself to join the all-male Dragon Mage Academy. Her plans go wrong when a dragon … Continue reading

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Review: The Fledgling by Natasha Brown

About the book: Normal. Wouldn’t that be nice? Ana Hughes has always wanted to be like any other teenager. But her life threatening heart condition has always gotten in the way. A fresh start in a new town gives her … Continue reading

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Review: Dragon Assassin by Arthur Slade

About the book: Carmen wants to graduate. But the emperor wants her dead. Her classmates might, too. At least she has a dragon on her side. Carmen is days from graduation at assassin school. She’s desperate to finish ahead of … Continue reading

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Review: Fae Hunter by Sarah K Wilson

About the book: Our lives are nursery rhymes and faerie stories now, Allie. When Allie Hunter’s twin sister steps through a magic circle into the Faerie realm, she opens the door to deadly fae, bent on causing havoc and harm … Continue reading

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Review: Voice of Power by Melanie Cellier

About the book: In Elena’s world words have power over life and death—but none more so than hers. As the daughter of shopkeepers, Elena has always known that the mysteries of reading and writing are closed to her. Only the … Continue reading

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