Book review – Ellen Outside the Lines (Spoiler Free)

"We're a family, Ellen, but we're not all the same. And that's a good thing." Title: Ellen Outside the Lines Author: A. J. Sass Genre: MG Fiction Pages: 336 pages Publication date: March 22, 2022 I can’t remember exactly where I first heard of Ellen Outside The Lines. I’ve seen that cover so many times … Continue reading Book review – Ellen Outside the Lines (Spoiler Free)

ARC Review — Golem

Title: Golem Author: P.D. Alleva  Genre: Thriller Pages: 536 pages Publication date: August 7, 2022 Golem follows John Ashton as he takes on his first detective assignment. But what was supposed to be a simple case turns sour. He gets sucked into Alena’s tale about a demonic force—Golem—who had control over her. John doesn’t believe … Continue reading ARC Review — Golem

Book review – She Steals Justice (Spoiler Free)

"On the house." His fangs gleam in the low light. "A welcoming gift from the Turquoise Tavern. After all, we are not all monsters." Title: She Steals Justice Author: J. Clark Genre: Fantasy Pages: 320 pages Publication date: February 28, 2022 Being one of its Kickstarter backers, I’ve known about She Steals Justice for a … Continue reading Book review – She Steals Justice (Spoiler Free)

ARC Review — Heal.

Title: Heal. Author: Hana Kopernik Genre: Poetry Pages: 111 pages Publication date: December 8, 2021 Thank you, Hana Kopernik, for giving me a copy of the book in exchange for a fair review! Heal. brings together many poems on mending different aspects in life. It mostly motivates healing to become a stronger woman. Through her … Continue reading ARC Review — Heal.

ARC Review — The Rose Vol. 2

Title: The Rose (Vol. 2)Author: P.D. AllevaGenre: Sci-fi thrillerPages: 550 pagesPublication date: December 21, 2021 Thank you, P.D. Alleva, for giving me a copy of the book in exchange for a fair review! The Rose Vol II picks up right where Vol I left off. Sandy is still trying to find her missing son, but … Continue reading ARC Review — The Rose Vol. 2

Book review – Wings of Ebony (Spoiler Free)

"Now… I don’t know what I feel. Nothing. Is that a feeling?" Title: Wings of EbonyAuthor: J. Elle Genre: YA FantasyPages: 368 pagesPublication date: January 26, 2021 I found Wings of Ebony on a book list and loved the cover and premise. I'm glad I picked it up. After Rue's mother's death, she discovers her true … Continue reading Book review – Wings of Ebony (Spoiler Free)

Book review – One for All (Spoiler Free)

"I'd failed to protect us. And yet, there he was, looking at me as if he believed in me, in my strength. I didn't have a band of brothers in arms to rely on when everything was bleak. But I had Papa." Title: One for AllAuthor: Lillie Lainoff Genre: Historical FictionPages: 389 pagesPublication date: March 8, … Continue reading Book review – One for All (Spoiler Free)

ARC Review — Postcards from Beyond

Title: Postcards from Beyond Reality: The Selected Poems of Michael DanielsAuthor: Bernard JanGenre: PoetryPages: 85 pagesPublication date: March 20, 2022 Thank you, Bernard Jan, for giving me a copy of the book in exchange for a fair review! Postcards from Beyond Reality follows Michael Daniels from Cruel Summer. The seventeen-year-old writes poetry about his time … Continue reading ARC Review — Postcards from Beyond

Book review – Fire Becomes Her (Spoiler Free)

"Nowhere is it written in stone that you must love in only one way, only one person, only one time. You haven't missed your shot at love, because love isn't just one thing." Title: Fire Becomes HerAuthor: Rosiee ThorGenre: YA FantasyPages: 368 pagesPublication date: February 1, 2022 Fire Becomes Her is where 1920's glamor meets … Continue reading Book review – Fire Becomes Her (Spoiler Free)

ARC Review — Dragons in the Clouds

Title: Dragons in the CloudsAuthor: David Blair Genre: Children's fantasyPages: 101 pagesPublication date: November 16, 2018 Thank you, David Blair, for giving me a copy of the book in exchange for a fair review! Dragons in the Clouds begins as a charming story that a father tells his daughter. He explains that thunder and tornadoes are … Continue reading ARC Review — Dragons in the Clouds