Undying: Book Review

Undying was most certainly not the book to be reading during a global pandemic, but even without that it was not the follow up I was hoping for after Unearthed.Rating: 2 Stars

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Unearthed: Book Review

Whether Unearthed was a victim of poor timing or a bad decision to listen to the audiobook for a first listen, I could not dig into this space archaeology novel and that’s a damn shame.Rating: 3 Stars

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In the Shadow of the Sun: Book Review

In the Shadow of the Sun is a quiet, beautiful book that not only re-imagines the 1661 court of Louis XIV with magic, but also explores in-depth personal relationships and how they can shape history.Rating: 4.75 Stars

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Call Down the Hawk: Book Review

Call Down the Hawk once again proves Maggie Stiefvater is a master of words and dark whimsy. Even with some pacing issues and a lack of pay off, this read is entrancing and exciting.Rating: 4.5 Stars

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The Sound of Stars: ARC Review

Dow crafts a delightful and hopeful story while never once shying away from heavier topics like racism, apathy, and mental health. The Sound of Stars is a shining example of YA at its best.Rating: 4.25 Stars

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Witches of Ash and Ruin: ARC Review

Every once in a while, a book comes along that drags you into its depths and refuses to let you surface. This is what it feels like to read Witches of Ash and Ruin by E. Latimer. Full of dark magic, sensitive topics, and a wee bit of murder, yet also perfectly balanced with hopeful […]

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Gone by Nightfall: ARC Review

Atmospheric and tense, Gone by Nightfall will enthrall historical fiction fans and snare readers who tend to shy away from the genre. This one is simply phenomenal.Rating: 4.75 stars

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Storm from the East: ARC Review

Though slow to start, Storm from the East proves itself a soul stirring story of the horrors of war and two young lovers torn apart by their conflicting worlds. Fans of historical fictions and in-depth world building will find a new favorite in the Glass Alliance series.Rating: 4 Stars

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Their Fractured Light: Book Review

Continuing with the insta-love and angst found in the previous two novels of the Starbound Trilogy, Their Fractured Light is predictable yet enjoyable, if not somewhat bland.Rating: 3 Stars

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