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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 Rosario+Vampire Volume 1 by Akihisa Ikeda

So... Maybe this isn't exactly "Halloween" like you'd expect, but it's full of monsters AND it's a fun manga! Enjoy this delightful book that made me feel pumped and ready for Halloween a little bit earlier this year!   Rosario+Vampire Volume 1 is an absolute delight and I am so pumped to work my way… Continue reading #BookReview Rosario+Vampire Volume 1 by Akihisa Ikeda

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#BookReview Valyo Rising by R.A. Mendsen

A little birdie recommended Valyo Rising to me, and man they were spot on! R.A. Mendsen has crafted one truly fantastical journey that will give you The Witcher and Game of Thrones vibe. And, if you LOVE LOVE LOVE fantasy, you'll be totally addicted to this book. Now, you need to keep in mind that… Continue reading #BookReview Valyo Rising by R.A. Mendsen

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#BookReview Blood Lust by Alexandra Ivy

Blood Lust by Alexandra Ivy is the perfect mix of action, romance and drama! Bas and Myst have two of the coolest names I've ever seen in a book, let me say that outright. And now, onto the review! I've been hoarding Alexandra Ivy books on my shelves for years now, so I was thrilled… Continue reading #BookReview Blood Lust by Alexandra Ivy

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#BookReview A Play of Shadow by Julie E. Czerneda

A Play of Shadow by Julie E. Czerneda is a fantastical novel packed full of action. I will admit that this book was hard for me to get through. My best bet is because I haven't read the first novel in this series, so I just didn't know half of what had occurred before this… Continue reading #BookReview A Play of Shadow by Julie E. Czerneda

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#BookReview The Pharaoh’s Builderb y Heather Perrywinkle Smith

    The Pharoah's Builder was an interesting read to say the least. I thought this book had a lot of potential - Pharaohs, magic, Egyptian lore - all of those can make a super interesting story! Think The Mummy vibes! Unfortunately, this book just didn't hit all the notes I wanted it too. And… Continue reading #BookReview The Pharaoh’s Builderb y Heather Perrywinkle Smith

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#BookReview Stolen by Kelley Armstrong

  Kelley Armstrong is one of my favourite authors, and not just because she's Canadian! Her Women of the Otherworld series has always and will always knock my socks off! This novel follows Elena yet again, but as the title suggests - this time she is "Stolen". This book amps up the action, making it… Continue reading #BookReview Stolen by Kelley Armstrong

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#BookReview Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince by JK Rowling

Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince was another smash hit by JK Rowling. This sixth book in the series, and sixth year at Hogwarts for our terrific trio, expands on the already expansive universe. Voldemort is out and about, and is becoming bigger than ever. Loyalty is tested, and no one is safe. This… Continue reading #BookReview Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince by JK Rowling

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Lost Wolf by Stacy Claflin – Book Review

Book Review Book Title: Lost Wolf Author: Stacy Claflin Introduction: This book was a requested book review. Everything I say is honest - I have no obligation to make this a fluffy/nice review. I was given this book in return for an honest review. Review: Lost Wolf is the first novel in the Curse of… Continue reading Lost Wolf by Stacy Claflin – Book Review

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Quick Review: Hashtag Magic: Blue Screen of Death by J. Steven Young

Photo via Goodreads.   Hashtag Magic Blue Screen of Death was a sweet novel that bordered on paranormal and fantasy fiction. Blue Screen of Death seemed like it was trying to be the next Harry Potter for middle school aged children but with the desire to also be a Young Adult novel. I thoroughly enjoyed… Continue reading Quick Review: Hashtag Magic: Blue Screen of Death by J. Steven Young