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Review: Dream Eater (Portland Hafu #1), by K. Bird Lincoln

Review: Dream Eater (Portland Hafu #1), by K. Bird Lincoln

April 14, 2017 Review 0

It’s rare for fantasy books to have a lived-in setting. Instead of existing just to explain backstory to the protagonist, DREAM EATER’s side characters don’t care if Koi Pierce is confused and uncomfortable. DREAM EATER also doesn’t waste time trying to make you like Koi Pierce. You like her or you don’t.

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Review: Hisses and Honey (Venom Trilogy #3) by Shannon Mayer

Review: Hisses and Honey (Venom Trilogy #3) by Shannon Mayer

March 9, 2017 Review 0

HISSES & HONEY finds the fun that was so vital to the first novel. After the getting her divorce and besting Theseus on live TV, Alena has taken a large step forward for supernaturals. Human’s respect her, even treat her like a celebrity. But even then, Alena just can’t win. She gets her bakery but loses her man.

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Review: Martians Abroad by Carrie Vaughn

Review: Martians Abroad by Carrie Vaughn

March 7, 2017 Review 0

Martians Abroad has a great premise. Kids who were born and grew up on Mars coming to Earth for school. Boarding school stories are a little over done, but they can still turn out to be great. However, as I started to read Martians Abroad I realized that a lot of the problem with the story was the original premise.

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Review: Wynter’s Bite (Scandals with Bite #5) by Brooklyn Ann

Review: Wynter’s Bite (Scandals with Bite #5) by Brooklyn Ann

February 27, 2017 Review 0

A few days after finishing WYNTER’S BITE, I’m still not entirely sure how I feel about it. In the past, I’ve enjoyed the Scandals With Bite series quite a bit, but WYNTER’S BITE didn’t have the same feel as the previous books in the series, and I didn’t like it as much.

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Review: The Edge of Everything by Jeff Giles

Review: The Edge of Everything by Jeff Giles

February 7, 2017 Review 1

Well, THE EDGE OF EVERYTHING was nothing like what I expected it to be. There was a lot of hype surrounding this book, and I was really excited to read it. Unfortunately, it didn’t live up to my expectations of what it should have been, based on all the praise it had.

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