Allison: The Cost of All Things | Maggie Lehrman | Book Review

Have you ever wanted the power to change things? Or to take a magic potion and suddenly have everything become right in your world? Or make it so that people would never leave you? Or to protect someone you love? Or that you would be able to forget all the pain and sorrow in your […]

Princess Decomposia And Count Spatula by Andi Watson | Graphic Novel Review

rincess Decomposia And Count Spatula by Andi Watson is centered around the two title characters. Princess Decomposia is a pretty busy girl. Her father, the King, rules the underworld. However, he is sick, so Princess Decomposia does all of the work to keep the kingdom running.

Stone Cold Touch by Jennifer Armentrout | Book Review

Layla, Zayne and Roth return in Jennifer L. Armentrout’s second Dark Elementals book, Stone Cold Touch. After the events in White Hot Kiss, Layla is picking up the pieces of her life. This is a book that does not start slowly, but instead starts off on an immediately interesting note. It does not go downhill from there, […]

White Hot Kiss by Jennifer L. Armentrout | Book Review

I actually really enjoyed reading White Hot Kiss, even if I am still not a card carrying member of this author’s fan club.

Compulsion by Martina Boone | Book Review

When I look at the cover of Martina Boone’s YA debut, Compulsion, I immediately think of autumn what with the orange color scheme and all of the leaves on the cover. It’s a cover that actually makes me feel simultaneously peaceful and longing for a pumpkin spice latte, although I will admit it does not take […]

Hollow City by Ransom Riggs | Book Review

I liked Hollow City better than it’s predecessor — and I liked Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiar Children a whole lot. Seriously, I would not be writing this review so many months later if I did not like the book.