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Audiobook Review: Arcana Rising by Kresley Cole (@kresleycole)

Audiobook Review: Arcana Rising by Kresley Cole (@kresleycole)

When I heard the news that the ARCANA CHRONICLES were going to stretch two books longer than originally planned I feared that Kresley Cole’s sensational Young Adult trilogy was going to lose some of its shine. Listening to ARCANA RISING cured any doubts that I may have had about the author’s ability to prolong Evie […]

— Posted May 11, 2017 by Carmel / 4 Comments
DNF Review: The Reburialists by J.C. Nelson

DNF Review: The Reburialists by J.C. Nelson

I’m going to keep this one short and simple. A couple years ago, I tried to read the first installment of Nelson’s GRIMM AGENCY series, Free Agent. It did not go well: “She didn’t look like a princess. She looked like a college intern for a radio station. Five foot three, strawberry blonde, and a […]

— Posted April 15, 2016 by Jessica / 7 Comments
Audiobook Review: Untouchable by Kresley Cole

Audiobook Review: Untouchable by Kresley Cole

UNTOUCHABLE piggybacked off of many of the previous installments in this series which gave it a “been there, done that” quality. Murdoch & Daniela’s relationship was somewhat similar to Naomi & Conrad’s from book 5 in that physical contact was impossible, and both stories featured a Wroth brother. The plot was shaky, and seemed more […]

— Posted June 29, 2015 by Carmel / 7 Comments
Audiobook Review: Kiss of a Demon King by Kresley Cole

Audiobook Review: Kiss of a Demon King by Kresley Cole

The arch nemesis match-up was a cool idea, and I liked that Kresley Cole jumped straight away into Rydstrom’s story after Cadeon’s because Woede’s about-face towards the end of book 6 left me dying to know the cause. This installment was probably one of the hottest thus far, but that actually worked against KISS OF […]

— Posted May 8, 2015 by Carmel / 11 Comments
Review: Deadly Descendant by Jenna Black

Review: Deadly Descendant by Jenna Black

Deadly Descendant proves without the shadow of a doubt that its author is brilliant.    And I am talking shining star tier.    It seems as I always say I will have to forget the last fifty or so pages that manage to miss the boat that the last three hundred were sailing me out […]

— Posted March 26, 2014 by Joshua Burns / 13 Comments
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