Category: Double Monster Review

Double Monster Review: Sieg..

Double Monster Review: Siege and Storm

2013 sequels and I are having a bit of a row at the moment… again. Prior to starting Siege and Storm, I picked up not one, not even two, but three sequels before settling in with Siege and Storm. Each and every one of the them presenting me with the same issue: I had no freaking clue what was going on. Oh, I am sure they are great books, but it will be a while till I get to them cause I probably will need to read the first book again. Moving on. Siege and Storm, by far, is one […]

Posted May 29, 2013
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Double Monster Review: The Runaway King

Review: The False Prince     Ever since I finished the last page, I have been digesting The Runaway King. Sifting through my feelings. Thinking about the turn of events. How this installment was different from The False Prince. To be honest, processing my feeling is not going to be an easy thing to do. Let's start with why I wanted to read The Runaway King so much. The False Prince is hands down one of the best debuts I have ever read. Beautifully written. Amazing characters. I love that book so very much. And deep down inside, going into […]

Posted March 30, 2013
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Double Monster Review: Sapphire Blue

Reviews: Ruby Red   * Review and Summary may contain spoilers from previous books of the series. Read at your own risk *     Ruby Red first introduced reader to Gwen and the Circle of Twelve. The Twelve’s talent? Time travel. Words cannot describe how much I adore this series. I thought I loved Ruby Red. But Sapphire Blue blows the first book out of the water. With the second book in the series, the story really starts to unfold, questions begin to find their answers. Secrets are revealed. But when nothing is as it seems, who can be trusted? […]

Posted October 29, 2012
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Double Monster Review: Outpost

Reviews: Enclave   * Review and Summary may contain spoilers from previous books of the series. Read at your own risk *     Utterly captivating. Magical. This series has a spark that brings you in. And leaves you begging for more. Enclave, the fist book of the series, took readers from underground to the ruined cities of Topside. Having been exiled, Deuce and Fade had to use all their skills to survive. Outpost brings us back to this thrilling world. Deuce, Fade, Stalker, and Tegan have found Salvation. Literally. This small city maybe their only hope of surviving. But for […]

Posted September 3, 2012
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Double Monster Review: Monstrous Beauty

  While I absolutely adore mermaid books, finding a good one seems like it is getting harder and harder. After being burned a few times, I decided to approach Monstrous Beauty hesitantly. Don't get my hopes up too high. Don't be afraid to give up if you have to. Unlike most other mermaid books, Monstrous Beauty reads more like a historical tale than a contemporary one. Fama introduces readers to two main characters: Hester, in the present, and Syrenka, in the past. Both characters tales are interwoven through out the book, giving readers a better understanding of the big picture. […]

Posted August 26, 2012
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Double Monster Review: Throne of Glass

Celaena Sardothien is an assassin, a darn good one too. Actually, she may be the best in the land. But being the best is doing her no good as she is stuck in the Endovier salt mines for the rest of her days. And despite her best efforts, Celaena knows that her days are numbered. Until… Celaena is offered a offer that she simply cannot refuse. Throne of Glass is one of those reads that I am going to have a really hard time putting my words together with. The first element that drew me into this book was the […]

Posted August 6, 2012
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Double Monster Review: Dark Companion

  I started reading this one a little bit blindly. I hadn't heard much about it, but then again I hadn't searched out any reviews. I rarely do for it ruins the surprise sometimes. It was another boarding school novel about an orphan and had supernatural elements, so I knew I was going to read it sooner or later.   This book surprised me a bit, even from the start. Our lead character Jane is from the hood, her best friend is a prostitute and she even chats with the gang boss before leaving for her new life. I knew […]

Posted July 25, 2012
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Double Monster Review: Shadow and Bone

  I love books that come out of nowhere and completely sweep me off my feet. Shadow and Bone is exactly that type of read. You may not be able to tell it from the blurb, but Shadow and Bone is pure epicness. Plain and simple. It is going to be hard to accurately give my feelings on this one because I want to gush so much.   Alina Starkov's world has been taken over by the Shadow Fold. A mysterious, dark mass which divides the kingdom into two separate pieces. The Shadow Fold is an area where few dare to enter, and […]

Posted July 16, 2012
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