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Review: The Little Red Wolf by Amélie Fléchais

Review: The Little Red Wolf by Amélie Fléchais

I was raised on fairytales. As an adult, this single fact has fundamentally shaped my reading preferences. I love the darkness, the trick-cy faeness of the villains, the magicalness of the forest where almost all of these stories take place, and anytime I find a new story that embodies this kind of fairytaleness, I gleefully […]

— Posted October 6, 2017 by Jessica / 1 Comment
Review: Of Flame and Promise by Cecy Robson (@cecyrobson)

Review: Of Flame and Promise by Cecy Robson (@cecyrobson)

I was surprised, but also thrilled by Cecy Robson’s decision to recast one of the other Wird sisters as this series’ protagonist after five installments. In this instance, it worked because the siblings are a package deal, so even though it’s a different voice continuing the story, it’s one that readers are very familiar with. […]

— Posted October 5, 2017 by Carmel / 2 Comments
Review: One Fell Sweep by Ilona Andrews

Review: One Fell Sweep by Ilona Andrews

*chants* Ilona Andrews . . . Ilona Andrews . . . Ilona Andrews . . . I always enjoy going back and reading the full installment of the latest edition of INNKEEPER CHRONICLES when it’s made available. When you read a serialized novel, you can sometimes forget the key details you pick up along the […]

— Posted October 4, 2017 by Jessica / 6 Comments
Review: The Hunt by Chloe Neill

Review: The Hunt by Chloe Neill

THE HUNT was more balanced plot/character-wise, but the story did little to distinguish itself from other books in this genre. The focus was on who framed Liam for murder, and even though I did enjoy that aspect, the series arc and relationship between the two leads fell kinda flat. It was something that we’ve seen […]

— Posted September 28, 2017 by Carmel / 3 Comments
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