Cover Art Coverage: 12 New Titles!

Cover Art Coverage: 12 New Titles!

November 26, 2014 Cover Art Coverage 0

     If you’re a blogger interested in joining in on the commenting fun, fill out our Guest Commentator form here! Her Wild Hero (X-Ops,#3) by Paige Tyler Expected publication: May 5th 2015 by Sourcebooks Casablanca Source: Goodreads Covers in Series No Author Comment Available. Kate Says Is it just me, or does it feel like the cover models in this series get less clothed as the series goes on? Why is this necessary? Julia Says He certainly is wild, that pelvic thrusting fool. Still, somehow the placement of the series label makes him look cheap. That and the heroine’s cavernous… Read more »

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Early Review:  Black Widow (Elemental Assassin #12) by Jennifer Estep

Early Review: Black Widow (Elemental Assassin #12) by Jennifer Estep

November 24, 2014 Review 0 ★★★★

Where BLACK WIDOW excels is going far beyond my expectations of a Elemental Assassin book. The series has felt repetitive at times though I keep coming back for me as I adore Gin and every other character that crosses paths with her good guy or bad. What BLACK WIDOW has done is take a series I’ve become comfortable with in regards to how the plot is going to go and flip it on its head. There is a game changer at the end of this book that I adore and can’t wait to see in the next book. Future expectations aside this book is excellent in its forward momentum towards that game changer moment.

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Review: Baba Ali and the Clockwork Djinn by Danielle Ackley-McPhail and Day Al-Mohamed

Review: Baba Ali and the Clockwork Djinn by Danielle Ackley-McPhail and Day Al-Mohamed

November 20, 2014 Review 0 ★★★

In this retelling of ‘Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves,’ Danielle Ackley-McPhail and Day Al-Mohamed have mixed a little machinery with magic while delving into the Arabian culture, and bringing us a protagonist whose heroism is in his dedication – dedication to his craft, his family, and his desire to to what’s right. BABA ALI AND THE CLOCKWORK DJINN is a breath of fresh desert wind, and if the book suffers from some plotting and pacing missteps, it’s still a charming oasis for fantasy lovers looking to enjoy something a little less Western.

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Cover Art Coverage: 11 New Titles!

Cover Art Coverage: 11 New Titles!

November 19, 2014 Cover Art Coverage 0

   If you’re a blogger interested in joining in on the commenting fun, fill out our Guest Commentator form here! Inked by Eric Smith Expected publication: January 2015 by Bloomsbury Spark Source: Goodreads Covers in Series N/A No Author Comment Available. Megan Says It’s pleasant, if ordinary, with some good contrast. Just once, though, I’d like to see the cover of a book about magical tattoos actually embrace tattoo art.  Kristina Says I think its nice. I like the highlighted title but I agree with Megan that I’d like it to have more tattoos on it or something related. A Book… Read more »

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Giveaway: DEEP BLUE by Jennifer Donnelly

Giveaway: DEEP BLUE by Jennifer Donnelly

November 17, 2014 Giveaways 13

Giveaway Alert courtesy of Jennifer Donnelly celebrating the release of Rogue Wave, The Waterfire Saga #2 (published on January 6, 2015 by Disney-Hyperion). Want to win a copy of DEEP BLUE, book one in the series? Enter via the widget below. A copy of Deep Blue and custom Deep Blue and Rogue Wave nail polishes Enter the giveaway via the widget below – Open to US only a Rafflecopter giveaway    Available on January 6, 2015 by Disney-Hyperion Description: In this exciting sequel to DEEP BLUE, the mermaids are on an exceedingly important and dangerous quest. Their journey is testing their skills and their friendships, forcing… Read more »

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Review: A Thousand Pieces of You (Firebird #1) by Claudia Gray

Review: A Thousand Pieces of You (Firebird #1) by Claudia Gray

November 14, 2014 Review 0 ★★★★

A THOUSAND PIECES OF YOU by Claudia Gray is a charming, romantic adventure across multiple universes, though as with many fantastical stories built on a vague, pseudo-scientific premise, the souffle falls if you poke at it. As long as you’re the type of reader who can ignore inconsistencies in the rules of made-up technologies, Marguerite’s dance between dimensions in pursuit of revenge, love, and loss should spark your imagination.

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