Publisher: Harlequin Teen

Walk the Edge Book Review

Walk the Edge Book Review

I AM SCREAMING. I loved this book so much. I would just sit and listen to the audiobook which is something I literally never do cause its hard for me to sit still but I was doing it cause I just needed to finish this book. I love Razor and Breanna, I’m not sure if I like them more than Oz and Emily who I really loved but there was something about Razor that really hit me. I think I also really related to Breanna cause I was labelled as a freak in school and I wish I could have […]

Posted August 4, 2019
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Book Review: The Stepsister..

Book Review: The Stepsister’s Tale

The Stepsister’s Tale is the type of twisted tale that I enjoy. Taken from the point of view of Jane Montjoy, a girl who has been told she is a lady, but has been milking cows and tending to their household for years. The story of Cinderella is re-imagined. Isabella is a surprise that arrives home with their mother one day, along with a man, who Jane and her sister Maude had never met. Her mother had remarried while she was away to a widower. The transition is hard, as the two sisters are used to hard work and Isabella […]

Posted August 22, 2015
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Book Review: Alice in Zombi..

Book Review: Alice in Zombieland

Although Alice in Zombieland had a lot of references to some of the symbols in the classic, I appreciated that it did not quite follow the pattern I thought it would. Alice has just seen her whole family killed in a car accident and devoured by shadow creatures. She seeks out what has happened to her family and questions whether she has gone crazy like her father was, or was he right all along about the creatures of the night. When she starts having visions every time she sees Cole, an intimidatingly handsome and frightening boy at school, she sees […]

Posted July 28, 2015
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Book Review: The Queen̵..

Book Review: The Queen’s Choice

The Queen's Choice is the first in a new series featuring faeries, romance and political intrigue. Anya is one of three cousins that may inherit the throne to Chrior, the faerie land separated from the human world by the Bloody Road. Only faeries can cross the road, as a huge bloody battle left its mark between the two species. When Anya finds out that her aunt and Queen of the Faeries has foreseen her death closing in, she is asked to take the throne. Anya is not the type of spirit that wants to be held to a throne and […]

Posted February 14, 2014
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Book Review: Waterfell

Book Review: Waterfell

Never stand out. Stay in line. Don't be memorable. These are the understood rules Nerissa lives with every day. While Nerissa longs to be free, she knows that she must be careful.  Because if she forgets, it is more than just her life in danger… it is her entire race. On the surface, Waterfell looked like it could be just another standard mermaid tale. People who live under the oceans. Trying to adapt to the changing of the times. Trying to learn the ways of the humans, and those who eventually fall in love with humans. But… Waterfell is anything […]

Posted October 19, 2013
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Book Review: The Goddess In..

Book Review: The Goddess Inheritance

Reviews: The Goddess Test / Goddess Interrupted / The Goddess Legacy * Review and Summary may contain spoilers from previous books in the series. Read at your own risk *   It is quite easy to say that The Goddess Inheritance was at the top of my list for sequels / end of trilogies that I was looking forward to in 2013. For the last couple of years, The Goddess Test series has taken me on an incredible journey. Following Kate and Henry's journey has been an emotional roller-coaster, and as much as I was sad to reach the end, I […]

Posted February 12, 2013
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Book Review: Indigo Awakeni..

Book Review: Indigo Awakening

Indigo Awakening is a read that I have a hard time putting my finger on. One moment, I was so completely absorbed in the read. The next, I couldn't wait for it to be over. The story is told in multiple POVs. Randomly fluctuating between characters, sometimes without rhyme or reason. Part of my love / hate relationship with Indigo Awakening stems from this fluctuation of POVs. Making me feel like I never truly got a real feel for our characters. Sure some characters I got to know better than others, but by the end of the book, there was not one character that REALLY stood out. They were […]

Posted February 1, 2013
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Book Review: Undeadly

Book Review: Undeadly

Over the last couple of years, I have found I have a love / hate relationship with zombie reads. There is something about zombies on the page that just seems to be lacking. Either they are too over the top or missing that spark completely to make them interesting. With Undeadly, the mix was just about right. Although, Undeadly is about zombies and all the myths that go along with it, it would be hard for me to consider Undeadly a 'true' zombie book. While there are moments of true zombie action bliss, Undeadly, overall, was quite tame. Focusing more […]

Posted January 25, 2013
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