Author: Kelley Armstrong

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ARC Review: Led Astray by Kelley Armstrong

ARC Review: Led Astray by Kelley Armstrong

September 6, 2015 Review 32 ★★★½

I’m always a little hesitant when it comes to anthologies, as my experience with them can be varied. Still, when the opportunity to review LED ASTRAY came along, I couldn’t pass it up. I’ve fallen in love with some of Armstrong’s past novels, like her Darkest Powers series and was anxious to read more of her writing. Usually, my main […]

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Review: Enthralled Anthology

Review: Enthralled Anthology

May 27, 2015 Review 6 ★★★★

ENTHRALLED is an anthology of paranormal YA stories that I bought years ago but never got around to reading. Until now. And I’m glad I did because overall this anthology was so much fun. There’s such a wide range of stories, featuring all kinds of paranormal creatures and characters. Read more »

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Review: The Rising

Review: The Rising

July 7, 2013 Review 6 ★★★★½

Things are getting desperate for Maya and her friends. Hunted by the St. Clouds and a rival Cabal, they’re quickly running out of places to hide. And with the whole world thinking they died in a helicopter crash, it’s not like they can just go to the authorities for help.

All they have is the name and number of someone who might be able to give them a few answers. Answers to why they’re so valuable, and why their supernatural powers are getting out of control.

But Maya is unprepared for the truths that await her. And now, like it or not, she’ll have to face down some demons from her past if she ever hopes to move on with her life. Because Maya can’t keep running forever. Read more »

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Review: The Gathering

Review: The Gathering

December 9, 2012 Review 14 ★★★

I really love Kelley Armstrong’s novels, especially the Darkest Powers trilogy, because they have a young adult plot with substance. By this I mean they actually have a solid mystery and background and originality behind what would otherwise be a typical young adult book. I pretty much only picked this up because of my faith in Kelley Armstrong’s writing.   […]

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