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Book Review: A Shadow Bright & Burning by Jessica Cluess

This past weekend I needed a book to get me out of my head and into a magical world, and happily I had A Shadow Bright & Burning in my Fall TBR list. I've been meaning to read it for quite awhile, and as the second book in the series was released, its time had… Continue reading Book Review: A Shadow Bright & Burning by Jessica Cluess

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Book Review: Invictus by Ryan Graudin

Book Review: Invictus by Ryan Graudin A book with time traveling, a red panda, and historical heists performed for the elite of the world? And it is written by Ryan Graudin, author of the incredible Wolf by Wolf? I was all in for Invictus. And it did not disappoint. Invictus is a sci-fi young adult… Continue reading Book Review: Invictus by Ryan Graudin

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Book Review: Nyxia by Scott Reintgen

Book: Nyxia (The Nyxia Triad #1) by Scott Reintgen Publisher: Crown Books for Young Readers Pages: 384 Release Date: September 12, 2017 Rating: 4-4.5 / 5 Review This book was a lovely surprise in a year of fairly strong sci-fi offerings in the young adult department. The main reason I requested an ARC of this… Continue reading Book Review: Nyxia by Scott Reintgen

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Book Review: Den of Shadows (Gambler’s Den #1) by Christopher Byford

Let's start with the blurb, because I should have noticed one of my own warning signs right off: The Gambler’s Den weaves its away across the desert… But will it stop at your station? While fighting off poverty in the blistering desert heat a travelling casino offers one night of solace. One... The Gambler’s Den… Continue reading Book Review: Den of Shadows (Gambler’s Den #1) by Christopher Byford

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Book Review: Draekora (Medoran Chronicles #3) by Lynette Noni

When I originally requested this book in NetGalley, I had not realized it was part of a series. Thankfully as it had already been released when I downloaded it, I figured I would take the time to read the first two books (obviously), so that I knew what I was in for. To catch everyone… Continue reading Book Review: Draekora (Medoran Chronicles #3) by Lynette Noni