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REVIEW: Cruel Beauty by Rosamund Hodge

REVIEW: Cruel Beauty by Rosamund Hodge

Cruel Beauty by Rosamund Hodge is a retelling of Beauty and the Beast but with a twist: it’s set in a world that believes in Greek mythology as well as the Greek and Roman empires. This adds the first of [...]

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REVIEW: Fortune’s Pawn by Rachel Bach

Ambitious warrior Devi Morris plans to make her mark on the world by becoming a Devastator - and to get a spot in that elite crew of soldiers, she's joined the crew of The Glorious Fool, a trade ship so notorious [...]

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REVIEW: Doctor Sleep by Stephen King

REVIEW: Doctor Sleep by Stephen King

In 1977, Stephen King effectively scared the crap out of all of us with The Shining, the plot of which (if you don’t know by now) involves a remote hotel called The Overlook, an alcoholic caretaker who slowly descends into [...]

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REVIEW: Relic by Heather Terrell

REVIEW: Relic by Heather Terrell

Heather Terrell's Relic, the first installment in the Books of Eva series, is about the first girl in over a 100 years to compete in the Testing, a competition designed for the people of New North to find Relics, or [...]

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REVIEW: The Brokenhearted by Amelia Kahaney

REVIEW: The Brokenhearted by Amelia Kahaney

Amelia Kahaney’s The Brokenhearted is her debut young adult novel about a girl who goes through an ordinary situation and ends up in extraordinary circumstances. Sounds familiar? Not quite. Anthem Fleet is the only daughter of the Fleet family, one [...]

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REVIEW: Parasite by Mira Grant

REVIEW: Parasite by Mira Grant

Sally Mitchell has no memories of life before her car accident, and without the medically-inserted tapeworm that regulates her system, the “Intestinal Bodyguard” created by pharmaceutical company SymboGen, she wouldn’t even be alive. As Sal adjusts to her new life, [...]

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REVIEW: The Returned by Jason Mott

REVIEW: The Returned by Jason Mott

They’re not zombies, because they don’t eat brains. They’re not ghosts, because they’re corporeal and (for the most part) have the same normal bodily functions all humans share. They’re simply the dead come back to life – or, as they’re [...]

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