Genre: Post-Apocalyptic

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Review: Fiery Edge of Steel (Noon Onyx #2) by Jill Archer

Review: Fiery Edge of Steel (Noon Onyx #2) by Jill Archer

June 6, 2013 Review 3

With its very original post-apocalyptic setting and a fascinating main character, I had hoped FIERY EDGE OF STEEL would be better than it turned out. Sadly, this second book in the Noon Onyx series fell flat with a very slow beginning and poor world building.

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Early 5 bat! Review: Icons (Icons #1) by Margaret Stohl

Early 5 bat! Review: Icons (Icons #1) by Margaret Stohl

April 30, 2013 Review 0

ICONS pulled me in nearly immediately, with the fascinating premise of a futuristic world in which humanity is ruled by a group of aliens with technology that can make hearts stop. There is so much to love about the book: the vivid characters, the enticing mystery, the excellent pacing and even the small details, all well done and enjoyable to read. Full of action, tension, humor and the occasional romantic moment, ICONS has something for everybody.

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Review: Stung by Bethany Wiggins

Review: Stung by Bethany Wiggins

April 21, 2013 Review 1

I don’t even know where to start with this review. I knew that STUNG was a work of YA fiction when I selected it for review, but I didn’t expect to be childish. Does that make sense? Probably not, so let me explain a little further.

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Review: Black Feathers (The Black Dawn #1) by Joseph D’Lacey

Review: Black Feathers (The Black Dawn #1) by Joseph D’Lacey

March 24, 2013 Review 2

Joseph D’Lacey is an author who has been on my radar for some time now. I was intrigued enough by his first novel, MEAT, to purchase a copy, but sadly it’s been a neglected member of the black hole that is my to-read pile ever since. After reading BLACK FEATHERS I’m most certainly going to rectify that.

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Review: Orleans by Sherri L. Smith

Review: Orleans by Sherri L. Smith

March 13, 2013 Review 3

ORLEANS took me far longer to finish than I thought it would. A lot longer. The reason why probably makes me sound like a horrible person (I’m not. I swear!), but it really, really made the book a struggle for me to get through. Before I get to that though let’s talk about the good stuff.

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