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#BookReview The Cemetery Boys by Z Brewer

Z Brewer has always been one of my faves. Back in my high school days I binged Vladimir Todd over and over. I distinctly remember going to Borders (RIP Borders) and requesting a great YA read that would keep me hooked. They presented me with Vladimir Todd and instantly I was in love. Z Brewer's… Continue reading #BookReview The Cemetery Boys by Z Brewer

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#BookReview Dark Bliss by Shay Mills

Dark Bliss: Love Knows No Bounds by Shay Mills is a historical, fantasy read full of vampires. This is a relatively short read packed with lots of content! Vampires, fantasy, history and romance are packed tight all within this book. I was honestly shocked how short it was for how much drama and content there… Continue reading #BookReview Dark Bliss by Shay Mills

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#BookReview Winds of Darkness by Rebecca L. Snowe

Winds of Darkness by Rebecca L. Snowe opened my eyes to the wonderful world of fantasy novels. I normally despise fantasy novels. I have a slew of reasons why they don't normally vibe with me, yet this book proved to me that maybe it's just the book and not the genre. Why? Because this book… Continue reading #BookReview Winds of Darkness by Rebecca L. Snowe

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#BookReview Juana and the Dragonewt’s Seven Kingdoms by Kiyohisa Tanaka

Juana and the Dragonewt's Seven Kingdoms Volume 1 is an absolutely adorable manga! I truly loved this little manga and I cannot get enough of it! It's sweet, fast paced, adorable and magical. It's also super relatable since it's dealing with outcast-like characters! Nid, a young dragonewt, comes across a human girl named Juana. They… Continue reading #BookReview Juana and the Dragonewt’s Seven Kingdoms by Kiyohisa Tanaka

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#BookReview Tamora Carter: Goblin Queen by Jim C. Hines

If you're seeking a fun, fantasy book aimed at middle graders then this book is absolutely perfect! Tamora Carter: Goblin Queen is an eccentric, delightful and over the top book that brought my worlds of joy! Our lead, Tamora Carter, is a roller derbying girl with lots of sass. Her friend goes missing and she's… Continue reading #BookReview Tamora Carter: Goblin Queen by Jim C. Hines

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#BookReview Nothing is Strange by Mike Russell

Nothing Is Strange or everything is strange? Mike Russell is a master at oddball books. I always go into these books not knowing what to expect and come out with my mind blown. It's a similar feeling to watching David Bowie music videos or trying to come up with a valid WandaVision theory (Mephisto or… Continue reading #BookReview Nothing is Strange by Mike Russell

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#BookReview GENMOS: Gathering Storms by Stephen M. Coghlan

GENMOS: Gathering Storms by Stephen M. Coghlan is one of the most underrated and under-read books, in my humble opinion. For one, I am not normally into a lot of sci-fi books. It's one of those genres that is really hit or miss for me because they can be slow, boring or too technical (or… Continue reading #BookReview GENMOS: Gathering Storms by Stephen M. Coghlan

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#BookReview Succubus on Top by Richelle Mead

Succubus Blues (the first book in this miraculous series) was one of my top books for 2019. Ever since I was in high school, Richelle Mead was one of my faves. Vampire Academy, Gameboard of the Gods and the Storm Born series ranked high on my list! It seemed only natural to finally pick this… Continue reading #BookReview Succubus on Top by Richelle Mead

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#BookReview Bunnicula by James & Deborah Howe

Happy Spooky Month! This is my favourite time of year, so it's time to share some of my fave spooky reads! This particular book is a personal fave from my youth. Enjoy!   Back in the day, Bunnicula was THE book to read in elementary school. The class clambered to the front of the classroom… Continue reading #BookReview Bunnicula by James & Deborah Howe

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#BookReview Urban Gothic by Stephen M. Coghlan

Urban Gothic by Stephen M. Coghlan is the dark, mythic novel I've been searching for. Do you remember back in English class where they said don't use words in the sentence to describe the sentence? Well, I'm gonna break that rule. This book FELT gothic. It gave me goth vibes in so many ways, and… Continue reading #BookReview Urban Gothic by Stephen M. Coghlan