Author: R.J. Anderson

Double Monster Review: Ultr..

Double Monster Review: Ultraviolet

    Ultraviolet is not your typical young adult novel. It oozes originality, guts, and something else that I cannot put my finger on. The last thing Allison remembers is fighting with Queen B, Tori. After that, all the the details get really fuzzy. And when Allison wakes up and realizes that she is in a mental institution she knows that something does not quite add up. Looking at the summary for Ultraviolet, it seems a pretty tame YA offering. Mystery, and teen angst seem a given. But beneath the surface there are many details that I was not expecting. […]

Posted August 30, 2011
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Book Review: Wayfarer

Book Review: Wayfarer

Linden hopes to find other faeries to help Oakenfolk so they don't fade out of existence. A human named Timothy is staying with her former faery mother and when he gets fed up he takes off. Linden decides to tag along and see if he can help her find more fairies where he is going. But when they do find a few, Linden finds out that not all faeries are good. Wayfarer has a great plot that kept moving and changing. I also enjoyed the history exposed to how the faeries of the Oak become how they are in the […]

Posted June 17, 2010
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Book Review: Knife

Book Review: Knife

To be honest, I've been dying to read Knife for a while. I'm a huge fan of Faerie books and try to read them religiously. I even have my own collection of pretty faerie books – most of them illustrated by Brian Fround. So, I had to read it. One fairy sets out on a mission to find other faeries, but instead she finds the human Paul who makes her realize how much faeries and humans rely on each other – something her people have long since forgotten. Can she convince her queen of that, or will she only bring […]

Posted June 4, 2010
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