Tag Archives: Young Adult

Review: Eve of Man by Giovanna and Tom Fletcher

About the book: Eve is 16 and special. She lives alone in the Tower under the strict gaze of the Mothers, because she is the last girl on Earth. Now it’s time for Eve to face her destiny. Three males … Continue reading

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Review: Legacy Witch by Ashley McLeo

About the book: I had no idea what I was getting into by enrolling at Spellcasters Spy Academy.Nada. Zilch. I was such a sweet summer child.But honestly, who would guess that no one likes a Legacy who skips out on … 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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Reviews: White Pawn and Black Pawn by Ingrid Seymour

A double-review this week, of the first two in Ingrid Seymour’s new Vampire Court series. About White Pawn: Bianca is a Trove. Her blood is so powerful it allows vampires to stroll in the sunlight. She lives a socialite life … Continue reading

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Review: Alizarin Crimson by Erica Millard

About the book: Van Gogh’s madness has found her. While attending a prestigious summer art school in New York City, seventeen-year-old Aya’s red paint attacks her skin, tattoos her, and enables her to manipulate the color red. The red takes … Continue reading

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Review: Dragon Chameleon by Sarah K Wilson

About the book: It takes a special kind of magic to hide in plain sight. I’ve been hiding all my life but now I’m doing it for my country. My partner in crime? A chameleon dragon who takes things way … Continue reading

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Review: The Ghost Hand by Ripley Patton

About the book: Seventeen-year-old Olivia Black has a rare birth defect known as Psyche Sans Soma, or PSS. Instead of a right hand made of flesh and blood, she was born with a hand made of ethereal energy. How does … Continue reading

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Review: Luminous by Ingrid Seymour and Katie French

About the book: Lila McCarty used to see dragons. That was before they killed her mother, before she told everyone what happened and people stamped the “crazy” label on her head. Now, as a senior in high school, she has … Continue reading

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Review: Curse Breaker by Audrey Grey

About the book: The mortal kingdoms are falling. An ancient Curse creeps closer. From the shadows, a dark Queen watches, waiting to mobilize her army. And the fate of the realm rests in the hands of one rebellious mortal girl … Continue reading

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Review: Premonition by Leigh Walker

About the book: When Riley heads off to boarding school for a summer work-study program, she knows it’ll be demanding. What she doesn’t expect? To be thrust into an intense physical training program described as special, exclusive and worst of … Continue reading

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