Genre: Fairy Tales & Folklore

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5 Things About Crimson Bound By Rosamund Hodge

5 Things About Crimson Bound By Rosamund Hodge

November 23, 2016 Review 26 ★★★★

Fairy Tale Retelling Retellings are some of the great comfort reads I love to pick up when I’m stressed all struggling. I love being able to not only visit a familiar tale, but also explore a new take on it. CRIMSON BOUND is a bit of a mix of Red Riding Hood elements with some Hansel and Gretel influences, but […]

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5 Things About Rebel of the Sands by Alwyn Hamilton

5 Things About Rebel of the Sands by Alwyn Hamilton

June 28, 2016 Review 34 ★★★★½

Western feel with interesting mythology This world is brilliant. The writing itself is reminiscent of westerns, which I’ve come to love after books like VENGEANCE ROAD and WALK ON EARTH A STRANGER. And then the mythology is Persian I think (I’m not too sure if this is the right culture. I could be way off), with Djinn and some super […]

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Review: Stars Above by Marissa Meyer

Review: Stars Above by Marissa Meyer

March 16, 2016 Review 24 ★★

Novellas/Short stories and I have an interesting relationship. Unless they directly add something to the main plot of the series, I don’t really seek them out. With STARS ABOVE, I expected new content and the reveal of information I didn’t already know. Instead, I found that these stories only retold what we already knew, just adding more detail. “I will […]

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Review: Ensnared by A.G. Howard

Review: Ensnared by A.G. Howard

March 6, 2016 Review 16 ★★★★

Wow. ALL the feels. It took me forever to finally pick up and read ENSNARED. Interestingly enough, I actually wasn’t going to finish this series because it had been so long but boy, am I glad I did. I can’t deny there were issues with this finale but my enjoyment ranks higher. Read more »

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Review: The Great Hunt by Wendy Higgins

Review: The Great Hunt by Wendy Higgins

February 26, 2016 Review 24 ★★

THE GREAT HUNT had all the elements I would enjoy in a book like this but they just weren’t executed properly. It isn’t a bad book though, it’s just one that I have read numerous times before, with little variation. While I’m not strictly against multiple POVs from third person, they have to be written well. Some of the POVs […]

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