Category Archives: fantasy

Series review: Dark Mage by Rachel E Carter

I read Non-Heir, a free prequel to Rachel E Carter’s Dark Mage series, and I’ve been desperate to read the rest since (Non-Heir actually featured as the “H” book in my alphabet challenge, so it’s been a while). And it’s … Continue reading

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Review: The Scourge by A G Henley

About the book: Seventeen-year-old Groundling, Fennel, is Sightless. She’s never been able to see her lush forest home, but she knows its secrets. She knows how the shadows shift when she passes under a canopy of trees. She knows how … Continue reading

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Review: Slayer by Armitage and Culican

About the book: Destined to Slay  In the small homestead of Dronias, where monsters terrorize, young Julianna is a dragon killer – or so she’s been trained. Destined to be one of the great slayers like generations before her, Julianna is … Continue reading

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Review: The Pirate Episode by Kristy Tate

About the book: Cambria Brant, a senior at Norfolk High, juggles homework assignments, tennis practice, and her overprotective mother, all while struggling to conceal her crush on Dr Fleur, her biology teacher. But one sip of witching well water makes … Continue reading

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Review: Ember Burning by Jennifer Alsever

About the book: Senior year was supposed to be great—that’s what Ember’s friend Maddie promised at the beginning of the year. Instead, Ember Trouvé spends the year drifting in and out of life like a ghost, haunted by her parents’ … Continue reading

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Review: Rowan Wood Legends by Olivia Wildenstein

About the book: SOME LEGENDS ARE BETTER LEFT UNTOLD I wasn’t the sort of girl who believed in fairytales, let alone tales about faeries. But that changed the day Faeries came to my small town and Hunters rose from their … Continue reading

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Review: The Perilous In-between by Cortney Pearson

About the book: Even the sky has secrets. Victoria Digby’s life in Chuzzlewit is picturesque. Ideal. Born to a good family, she’s also the star pilot in the Aviatory’s Protection Program, one of twelve young ladies assigned to protect their … Continue reading

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