Pivot Point by Kasie West

I have a problem with the fundamental plot of this book. In this book, Addie can take a peek into two futures based on decisions she might make at any one point. It’s called Searching and is a rare paranormal gift in her paranormal community. It literally benefits and affects no one but her. She […]

The Call of the Wild by Jack London

Please note that this review spoils both the book and the 2020 Disney film adaptation. I have always loved this book. I first read it in high school after I discovered it was written by the same author who wrote White Fang. Now, keep in mind I was at school over the millennium, so this […]

Black Beauty by Anna Sewell

This is the third copy of Black Beauty I own. Black Beauty is an incredibly special book to me. Not only was it the first non-picture book I ever read all by myself at age 5 or 6, and when I finished it I immediately started it all over again: it taught me an incredibly […]

Tour Stop: The Rift by Rachael Craw – Guest Post + Review

Welcome to the Moonlight Library’s tour stop for  The Rift by Rachael Craw. This tour stop consists of a Guest Post by Rachael on her inspiration for the book, plus a book review! Scroll down for a bonus giveaway on Rafflecoptor! Awards: Storylines Notable Book Award, 2019 Finalist, New Zealand Book Awards for Children and […]

Starglass by Phoebe North

Despite the fact that the plot didn’t even kick in until well after the halfway mark, the book… wasn’t bad? Like, I enjoyed Terra’s everyday life in the spaceship. What I didn’t like was the blurb promising me: “In this futuristic, outer space thriller, Terra has to decide between supporting the rebellion she believes in–and […]

Slide by Jill Hathaway

I’ve been thinking about this book for a LONG time (as in years) because I love the concept, and I built it up so much in my head and I think I assumed it was going to be SO GOOD… So I was a little surprised to find it was a pretty typical YA paranormal […]

The Curses (The Graces #2) by Laure Eve

The Curses is the sequel to The Graces, told from the point of view of the youngest Grace sibling, air witch Summer. With the time elapsed between releases, I did re-read The Graces: I planned on doing a light, skimming re-read, but it sucked me in and I really enjoyed it – probably more the […]

Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone

Yes, I am actually going to review Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone. (While quietly lamenting that Bloomsbury thought Americans wouldn’t be smart enough to recognise what a philosopher is.) I’ve only read the series once, and it was after each book had been released, so it’s been a long time since I read Philosopher’s […]

Emily Chambers Spirit Medium Book 3: Evermore

Ghosts are disappearing in both the mortal world and the Waiting Area, and it’s up to Emily to figure out why before her beloved Jacob ceases to exist. Also, will Celia please stop pressuring her to marry Theo? Jeez. Evermore, like Possession and The Medium before it, gives us more of the same that we […]

Emily Chambers Spirit Medium Book 2: Possession

A strange little girl summoned an evil spirit into Jacob’s sister Adelaide, and it’s up to the only other spirit medium in London, Emily Chambers, a seventeen year old mixed-race middle class working girl, to stop him before he hurts someone. Also, Jacob is broody. Possession brings us largely the same as The Medium in […]

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