You Have a Match by Emma Lord

The title and cover of this book are a bit misleading, and led me to think this was going to be some kind of romance-centric plot similar to You’ve Got Mail. But I am SO glad I read the blurb, because it’s not just about a summer romance: it’s about a secret sister – a […]

Stacking the Shelves (274)

Stacking The Shelves is a weekly meme created by Tynga’s Reviews and hosted by Reading Reality. It’s all about sharing the books we’ve picked up for the week, whether they are bought, borrowed, gifted, galleys, physical or virtual. Share your shelves and remember to visit Reading Reality to find more great books! Twitter Facebook 0 Subscribe […]

Daughter of the Pirate King by Tricia Levenseller

I generally don’t enjoy books that dump the reader with an already super-powered, super-confident arrogant and entitled lead character with minimal room to grow. However, Alosa is remarkably different to this brand of heroine, and I couldn’t help but love her. Is she super-powered? Yes. Is she super confident? Yes. Is she arrogant? Sometimes, but […]

Honor Bound (The Honors #2) by Rachel Caine and Ann Aguirre

I really enjoyed this sequel, and it was worth the wait for my library to get it in audio. Honor Bound takes off where Honor Among Thieves left us, with Nadim and Typhon both injured after their epic battle with the Phage and desperately needing medical attention and defences against the parasitical scourge. The Leviathans […]

Shattered: The Glass Spare by Lauren DeStefano

The Glass Spare tells the fascinating story of a young princess named Wil, the fourth child and only daughter of a powerful and ruthless king, who wants nothing more than to travel the world. When she is attacked she discovers she has the power to turn living things into crystals and gemstones, and she goes […]

Long May She Reign Reigned Long In My Heart

Freya is twenty-third in line to the throne, so she’s never meant to be queen. Until a mass murder at a feast leaves her on the throne. The question is, who is responsible for the murders, and are they angry they missed Freya? Will they come after her? And how can she make being queen […]

Book Review: Pawn by Aimee Carter

Book Review: Pawn by Aimee Carter

SUMMARY Kitty has failed the mandatory test that will determine her rank for the rest of her life – she’s been branded a III. With no prospects and no hope she accepts the offer to take up a VII – a rank only given to members of the ruling family of America. She is Masked […]

ARC Book Review: Stray by Elissa Sussman

Title: Stray Author: Elissa Sussman Publisher: Greenwillow Release Date: 7th October 2014 Genre: Young Adult, fantasy Format: E-book Page Count: 384 Source: Edelweiss Rating: In a misogynistic world where women’s natural magic has branded them dangerous, stupid, and in need of controlling constant guidance, Aislynn is living the dream: she’s a princess in a fairytale world complete with fairy godmothers, handsome princes, and happily […]

ARC Book Review: Get Even by Gretchen McNeil

Title: Get Even (Don’t Get Mad #1) Author: Gretchen McNeil Publisher: Balzer + Bray/HarperCollins Children Release Date: 16th September 2014 Genre: Young Adult, contemporary, mystery Format: E-book Page Count: 320 Source: Edelweiss Rating: Four school girls with nothing in common are secretly a vigilante group known only as DGM: Don’t Get Mad. They retaliate against bullies, but when their latest target is murdered before […]

ARC Book Review: The Rapunzel Dilemma by Jennifer Kloester

Title: The Rapunzel Dilemma Author: Jennifer Kloester Publisher: Penguin Teen Australia Release Date: 27th August 2014 Genre: Young Adult, contemporary Format: E-book Page Count: ??? Source: Netgalley Rating: Lily’s scored a rare audition to get into the London Drama Academy, the school of her dreams, but there are a few problems: she’s only there on probation for one term, her dad wants her […]

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