One doesn’t just read (& review) Ten Thousand Skies Above You. This book, like it’s predecessor, is a journey. An experience. It opens up your mind to the possibility of other worlds and challenges your thoughts on right and wrong and what makes a person whole. What is destiny, even fate? It opens up a lot of different topics for discussion. Some on the lighter side and some with a lot more […]
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You guys, THIS BOOK. I hate to admit that I had some serious reservations going into this book. I mean, dimension travel? FREAKIN AWESOME… my brain hurts already. I attempted to read another book similar to this one and after reading the same 50 pages like, 10 times, I gave up. However, I love Claudia Gray’s Evernight series, so I had to give this one a chance. I want […]
I Become Shadow was one of my WoW picks a few months back, and I was beyond excited when I was asked to be on the tour. Ren is taken from her home at age 14, and soon learns that she is now a part of F.A.T.E. A government organization that trains kids to be SHADOWS, an elite brand of spy that is to protect the future’s most important people. […]
The Revenants series is one of my favorites, so when I saw that Amy Plum had a new book coming out, I had to have it. She is such an amazing writer; bringing us fresh and unique storylines and worlds that I love to sink into. And After the End did not disappoint. Living in isolation in Alaska, Juneau and her clan live a simple yet fulfilling life, in the aftermath […]
I am a huge Kimberly Derting fan. I loved her Body Finder series and when I saw The Taking on Edelweiss, I immediately downloaded it. One thing I have come to love about Kimberly’s writing is how engaging it is. Her books are always fun and original, and the fact that two of her three series take place where I grew up is a small bonus. The Taking, while fun […]
Time travel is probably one of my favorite aspects of science fiction. It’s compelling, complicated, and really makes you think about the timing of events. So, when I was invited to review The Here and Now via Netgalley, I jumped on it. While there are many elements of the story that I thoroughly enjoyed, there were others that kept me from loving this. The Here and Now started off real […]