Category: Genre

Review: A Cursed Bloodline by Cecy Robson (@cecyrobson)

Review: A Cursed Bloodline by Cecy Robson (@cecyrobson)

To say that Celia and Aric’s relationship has been rocky would be like calling a torrential downpour a sprinkling, but it was nice seeing that Cecy Robson turned the tables on these two lovebirds by leaving the wolf in the lurch. Really, all of the characters are feeling the pressure in this installment what with […]

— Posted November 3, 2016 by Carmel / 4 Comments
Review: Crossroads of Twilight by Robert Jordan

Review: Crossroads of Twilight by Robert Jordan

CROSSROADS OF TWILIGHT is notoriously many WoT fans’ least favorite book in series. It’s been years since I last read it, so I let all the negative hype get to me, and I started dreading my revisit, but it wasn’t half as bad as people made it out to be. I think the main problem […]

— Posted October 28, 2016 by Jessica / 2 Comments
Review: Black Magic Bayou by Sierra Dean

Review: Black Magic Bayou by Sierra Dean

I’m having a hard time not comparing Genie McQueen to her older sister, Secret. Not only do they share DNA, but they are both half-breeds, have a knack for trouble, and with the introduction of Santiago, another love triangle is most likely already in progress. I was on the fence after BAYOU BLUES, and now […]

— Posted October 27, 2016 by Carmel / 2 Comments
Review: Winter’s Heart by Robert Jordan

Review: Winter’s Heart by Robert Jordan

There will be SPOILERS. I figure at this point in the series, the only people intelligently reading my reviews are fellow WoT veterans, so I’m not going to sweat the small stuff. I’ll still spoiler tag any Game Changers, so if you are a first timer, fear not. BUT. If you prefer to be blind […]

— Posted October 26, 2016 by Jessica / 1 Comment
Review: Storm Born by Richelle Mead (@jessicadhaluska)

Review: Storm Born by Richelle Mead (@jessicadhaluska)

Richelle Mead is one of those authors who’s grown on me, slowly but steadily, since I first discovered her ten(ish) years ago. At this point, I’ve pretty much read everything she’s written (BLOODLINES being the one exception), but for whatever reason, she’s never one of my obvious choices whenever someone asks me who my favorite […]

— Posted October 21, 2016 by Jessica / 5 Comments
Review: Venom and Vanilla by Shannon Mayer

Review: Venom and Vanilla by Shannon Mayer

In an attempt to not judge this book by the same standard as Shannon Mayer’s other titles, I constantly readjusted my mindset while reading VENOM AND VANILLA. The tone was very light, I’d describe it as an Urban Fantasy parody, and the protagonist is a Firstamentalist (think religious zealot meets goody-goody). But, try as I […]

— Posted October 20, 2016 by Carmel / 5 Comments
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