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Review: Soul Thief by Jana Oliver

Soul Thief Janna Oliver Urban fantasy August 2011 St. Martin’s Griffin ISBN: 978-0-312-61479-9 324 pages format: paperback accquired: purchased This review has been cross-posted to SpaceGypsies.com The blurb, from Powell’s: Riley Blackthorne is beginning to learn that there are worse … Continue reading

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Coming Soon: September releases that I’d like to get my hands on

Wolf Mark  Joseph Bruchac paranormal/YA September 2011 Lee and Low/Tu Books ISBN: 9781600606618 392 pages This isn’t my usual flavor of paranormal, but it looks so interesting, and different to my eyes, that I’d really like to read this. Apparently the … Continue reading

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Review: The Amazing Transformation of Wicca Dog by Krista D. Ball

The thing about asking trickster gods for help is that you’re probably not going to get the help that you want or need; if they decide to intercede, it’s going to be on their terms only. Continue reading

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Reading Meme – Day Twenty-six

Day Twenty-six – OMG WTF? plot I’m fairly certain this doesn’t require explanation, but I spent three quarters of the story alternately facepalming and resisting the urge to hurl the stupid thing at the wall. I wish I could un-read it … Continue reading

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Review: Twilight Forever Rising, by Lena Meydan

The cultural history of the vampires is rich without being overly detailed. You get hints of individual and shared history without long digressions that weigh the story down; it’s exactly the right amount to give the characters some depth and make this secret society feel real. Continue reading

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Review: Manifest, by Artist Arthur

I feel like the magic/mythology developed here has a lot of potential, the “whodunit” aspect was engaging, and the plots were layered but not confusing. Manifest was an easy read for me, and I can definitely see how it would be entertaining for young adult and teen readers. Continue reading

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Review: Wind Warrior, by Cynthia Roberts

Overall, Wind Warrior was an easy read, nothing challenging. It hit a number of the stereotypes I’m growing accustomed to seeing in romances-manly scents, feminine curves, that sort of thing–which you might be looking for in a romance. Continue reading

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Review: Vampires Don’t Sleep Alone, by Elizabeth Barrial & D.H. Altair

The conceit here is that vampires are not only real, but out and known in the world, and mostly accepted. The authors writing this self-help vampire dating guide are quite good friends, it seems, with several members of homo striga and have an intimate knowledge of what it takes to attract, date, and permanently land your dream vampire. Continue reading

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Review: Seers of Light by Jennifer DeLucy

In the end, this is a good story. It’s engaging: once I got to reading, I couldn’t put it down, and devoured the almost four hundred page novel inside of a day. Continue reading

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