Review—Jane, Unlimited by Kristin Cashore

We’ve all had them, those days—or moments, weeks, months, years—when we think to ourselves, “I wonder what would have happened if I made a different choice?” Well, in Kristin Cashore’s new offering, Jane, Unlimited, the titular character Jane shows us the possibilities of different choices.

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Blog Tour and Review—The Savage Dawn by Melissa Grey

I am so excited to participate in the blog tour by reviewing the final book in THE GIRL AT MIDNIGHT series, THE SHADOW HOUR. See below for my review, and information about the books in the series. Continue reading

Blog Tour—Little Excavator by Anna Dewdney

Most of you know from Twitter that I have a “Little,” as I like to call him in “public.” Well, for the very first time, here I am reviewing a book I requested just for him!

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Review—River of Teeth by Sarah Gailey

I’ll admit it. When I read that Sarah Gailey’s new book was going to feature hippos, I was incredulous. How could it possibly work? How could I put aside the disbelief of hippos being used like horses and pay attention to the story?

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Review (And Audio Excerpt!)—A Crown of Wishes by Roshani Chokshi

I absolutely loved The Star-Touched Queen by Roshani Chokshi, so I was thrilled to find out she was releasing a companion novel about Gauri, Maya’s little sister. While A Crown of Wishes is a companion to TSTQ, Chokshi’s signature style (I compare it to the imagery of the movie What Dreams May Come) is.

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Review—Phantom Pains by Mishell Baker

Last year, I read and reviewed the first book in Mishell Baker’s “Arcadia Project” series, Borderline, and I was so pleased when Saga Press sent me the followup, Phantom Pains! Baker continues the series with more intricate and world- and mythology-building, and of course, Millie Roper’s bluntness and indomitable character.

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