Servants of the Storm by Delilah S. Dawson

9 October 2014 Casey 0

Growing up in Florida, hurricanes were just a part of life for me. They weren’t scary, just something we prepared for. Yet, after reading Servants of the Storm by Delilah S. Dawson, I’ve realized that my entire life has been a lie. I should be terrified of hurricanes. Because according […]

The Chaos of Stars by Kiersten White

28 August 2014 Casey 0

The most prominent mythology used in young adult books is Greek Mythology. Which is fine, (there’s nothing wrong with Greek mythology) but there are other cultures/mythologies out there that can be used. It seems like Kiersten White knew this and instead of basing her story about Greek Mythology, she used Egyptian. That’s right, […]

The Beautiful Ashes by Jeaniene Frost

21 August 2014 Nicole 0

If you know me, you know I’m a huge (and I mean HUGE) fan of Jeaniene Frost. I’m a die-hard “Frostie”. As sad I was to see her Cat & Bones series come to a beautiful end, I was anxious/excited to read her newest series, Broken Destiny.  The Beautiful Ashes […]

Dark Talisman by Steven M. Booth

3 January 2014 Natassia 0

Fantasy is brought to a younger reader in Steven M. Booth’s Dark Talisman. Though marketed at a young adult book, Booth brings a strong character in a fast paced book which would be good for many a tween. Booth writes a beautiful world with dark elves and dwarves, assassins and […]

Dualed by Elsie Chapman

31 December 2013 Casey 0

I read Dualed by Elsie Chapman in a day. Typically, when I read a book that fast, it’s because I’m head-over-heels in love with it. That wasn’t the case with Dualed. I loved the premise, and it was just as exciting as I had hoped for in the beginning. Yet, as the story […]

Altered by Jennifer Rush

29 November 2013 Casey 0

Is it just me or are books not living up to expectations? I don’t know if my standards are just that high or the genre itself is going downhill. For example, Altered by Jennifer Rush. I was so freaking excited for this book; but when I read it, it fell […]


Mockingjay by Suzanne Collins

27 November 2013 Jackie 0

I’m not generally a fan of dystopian fiction. I’m not really sure why either because I enjoy dystopian movies; but after seeing the ending to Catching Fire (the movie was fabulous, quick, but good), I wanted to know what happens next. I started the third book in Suzanne Collin’s Hunger […]


Last Breath by Rachel Caine

30 October 2013 Casey 0

The last couple of Morganville books have left me unsatisfied and annoyed. Yeah, I am a huge fan of the series but some of those plot lines…come on. Morganville is better than all that petty drama. Because of that, I’ve been dragging my feet on reading Last Breath by Rachel […]


Proxy by Alex London

11 September 2013 Natassia 0

With debt at the heart of the society, you’re either born in to luck or born into servitude. With this intriguing premise,  Alex London’s Proxy tells a story of brotherhood, enemies and coming of age.  London’s take on the young adult postapocalytic genre and plays on the realistic future in an […]

Reaper’s Legacy by Tim Lebbon

12 August 2013 Natassia 0

Tim Lebbon’s Toxic City series continues with the second installment, Reaper’s Legacy. After reading London Eye, the first book in the series, I was intrigued to follow the character’s adventures. With a gritty backdrop of post-apocalyptic London,Reaper’s Legacy takes off right were the story left off with Lebbon’s upbeat pace. […]