Book Review: Spellbound by Julia Goldhirsh

Spellbound by Julia Goldhirsh Published: August 8th 2019 by Julia Goldhirsh Source: Paperback, 122 pages Summary: (from Goodreads) An enchanted Rose spellbound to a greenhouse prison.  Cursed to live within the glass walls of a greenhouse for her entire life, sixteen-year old Rose has finally reached her breaking point. She had to escape before she lost her mind. … Continue reading Book Review: Spellbound by Julia Goldhirsh

Book Review: The Insiders Club by Echo Miller

The Insiders Club by Echo Miller Published: September 23rd, 2019 by Chu and Chother Source: Hardcover, 268 pages Summary: (from Goodreads) Four social misfits: an 80s-obsessed eccentric, a movie-quoting mimic, a control freak, and a scrappy loner. They share a diagnosis on the autism spectrum, but can they create a home? Keegan Harris has one weekend to persuade three … Continue reading Book Review: The Insiders Club by Echo Miller

Book Review:Never Go Full Pai by Jeffrey Eng

Never Go Full Pai by Jeffrey Eng Published: December 10, 2019 by Source: ebook, 250 pages Summary: (from Goodreads) Never Go Full Pai is about two young travelers on the backpacker circuit as they explore art, love, and develop an unlikely friendship during their adventures through Europe and Southeast Asia. Follow Charlie, a young man unsure of his future … Continue reading Book Review:Never Go Full Pai by Jeffrey Eng

Book Review: A Constellation of Roses by Miranda Asebedo

A Constellation of Roses by Miranda Asebedo Published: November 5, 2019 by HarperTeen Source: Paperback ARC, 336 pages Summary: (from Goodreads) Ever since her mother walked out, Trix McCabe has been determined to make it on her own. And with her near-magical gift for pulling valuables off unsuspecting strangers, Trix is confident she has what it takes to survive. … Continue reading Book Review: A Constellation of Roses by Miranda Asebedo

Book Review: Carnival of Heaven by Ryan Patrick Olson

Carnival of Heaven by Ryan Patrick Olson Published: September 12, 2019 Source: Paperback, 442 pages Summary: (from Goodreads) 'Carnival of Heaven' is a combination of memoir and fiction, rooted around my true story of surviving T-cell leukemia. "For weeks Ryan has been feeling fatigued, dizzy, and confused. The doctors say it’s just the flu, but for some reason, his … Continue reading Book Review: Carnival of Heaven by Ryan Patrick Olson

Book Review: Autumn Nights: 13 Spooky Fall Reads by Cass Kim + many authors

Autumn Nights: 13 Spooky Fall Reads Published: September 22, 2019 (Independently published) Source: Paperback, 378 pages Summary: (from Goodreads) The shadows grow long in the crisp autumn air, and soon the summer will be a distant memory. In the dim light of a fading sun the night has returned to reclaim its own. From hayrides to corn mazes, … Continue reading Book Review: Autumn Nights: 13 Spooky Fall Reads by Cass Kim + many authors

ARC Review: Fires of the Dead by Jed Herne

Fires of the Dead: A Fantasy Novella by Jed Herne Published: September 20, 2019 by Undergrove Press Source: Kindle Edition, 88 pages Summary: (from Goodreads) Fire can’t be tamed. Wisp is a pyromancer: a magician who draws energy from fires to make his own flames. He’s also a criminal, one job away from retirement. And it can’t come bloody … Continue reading ARC Review: Fires of the Dead by Jed Herne

Book Review: Five Dark Fates by Kendare Blake

Five Dark Fates by Kendare Blake Series: Three Dark Crowns, #4 Source: Hardcover, 452 pages Summary: (From Goodreads) After the battle with Katharine, the rebellion lies in tatters. Jules’s legion curse has been unbound, leaving her out of her mind and unfit to rule. Arsinoe must find a cure, even as the responsibility of stopping the ravaging mist rests heavy … Continue reading Book Review: Five Dark Fates by Kendare Blake

Book Review: Season On the Brink by Rich Maclone

Season On the Brink by Rich Maclone Published: June 11, 2019 (Independently published) Source: ebook, Kindle version, 362 pages Summary: (from Goodreads) Their dream season became a nightmare. They'll need each other to finish the game. Wes Garrett wishes he could play in the state championship football game with his best friends, Craig, Collin, and Josh. An injury cost … Continue reading Book Review: Season On the Brink by Rich Maclone