Genre: Science Fiction

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Early Review: The Eternity Cure (Blood of Eden #2) by Julie Kagawa

Early Review: The Eternity Cure (Blood of Eden #2) by Julie Kagawa

April 22, 2013 Review 2

A vampire dominated post apocalyptic world is hard to top as a setting for a book series. In THE IMMORTAL RULES we followed a street smart teen turned vamp on her quest to safeguard a group of humans to the fabled city of Eden and locate a cure to a devastating plague. In THE ETERNITY CURE, she’s forced into an unlikely alliance in her continued search for a cure and to rescue her maker.

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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: Sharp (Mindscape Investigations, #2) by Alex Hughes

Review: Sharp (Mindscape Investigations, #2) by Alex Hughes

April 12, 2013 Review 0

SHARP, the second book in the Mindscape Investigations series feels like a mash-up of a noir detective series with supernatural elements. Being a big mystery fan I was surprised at just how much the pacing mirrored a mystery series with a lot more methodical detective work and occasional bursts of action.

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Early Review: Taken (Taken #1) by Erin Bowman

Early Review: Taken (Taken #1) by Erin Bowman

April 11, 2013 Review 5

If you’re a big fan of The Hunger Games, but wanted to read a book that featured Gale as the protagonist, you’re going to like Gray Weathersby. Gray, the main character in Erin Bowman’s TAKEN, is trapped in a walled town that is impossible to escape from, he hunts for food with a bow, wants to protect his brother at all costs, and is counting down the days until his brother is Heisted and taken from the town forever.

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Early Review: When We Wake by Karen Healey

Early Review: When We Wake by Karen Healey

March 3, 2013 Review 0

WHEN WE WAKE is a very political book, and, to a lesser degree, a very religious book. Those aren’t necessarily bad things. But when the politics and religion are preachy, it becomes much harder to enjoy the story hiding underneath.

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Early Review: The Different Girl by Gordon Dahlquist

Early Review: The Different Girl by Gordon Dahlquist

February 18, 2013 Review 3

I was so intrigued by the blurb for THE DIFFERENT GIRL because just from the short description, I had so many questions. What made May different? Why were the four girls on the island? Why are they identical? Unfortunately, after having read the book, I am left with more questions and few answers.

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