Tag Archives: YA fantasy

Runes by Ednah Walters

‘A fast-paced, exciting read with an absolute scorcher of a hero’ Runes by Ednah Walters is the first book in a YA series based on Norse mythology, a subject close to my heart as I’m half Swedish.  I was interested … Continue reading

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The Potion Diaries by Amy Alward

When Princess Evelyn of Nova accidentally takes a love potion she intended for her boyfriend, she ends up falling in love with her own reflection. The impossibility of her love sends her to the edge of madness and threatens to … Continue reading

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The Lunar Chronicles by Marissa Meyer

“A forbidden romance.  A deadly plague.  Earth’s fate hinges on one girl …” I’m not really into dystopian novels but I DO love fairy tales, so when a friend offered to lend me the first parts of this series, I … Continue reading

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‘Welcome to Shadowhunter Academy’ by Cassandra Clare

Review by Gill-Marie Stewart I chose to read this book after seeing the level of enthusiasm from teens for all things Cassandra Clare at YALC (Young Adult Literature Convention). I came to it ignorant of what she had written previously, … Continue reading

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Sweet Venom, Sweet Shadows and Sweet Legacy (the Sweet Venom trilogy) by Tera Lynn Childs

Three teenage descendants of Medusa, the once beautiful gorgon maligned by myth, must reunite and embrace their ancient legacy in a world where monsters lurk in plain sight … I picked up a copy of the first book in this … Continue reading

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