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Book Review: Sky Without Stars

by Jessica Brody and Joanne Rendell publisher's synopsis: A thief. An officer. A guardian.Three strangers. One shared destiny . . . When the Last Days came, the planet of Laterre promised hope. But five hundred years later, it’s now a place where an extravagant elite class reigns supreme; where the clouds hide the stars and… Continue reading Book Review: Sky Without Stars

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Book Review: Magic Hunters: The Journey Begins

by Jill and Brad Williamson Publisher's Synopsis: Hunter, the son of the huntsman who nearly killed Snow White, is tired of the shame that labels his family. Tricked into making a wish upon a magic mirror, he accidentally unleashes a curse that banishes magic from the Story Realms. In order to right this wrong, Hunter… Continue reading Book Review: Magic Hunters: The Journey Begins

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Book Review: We Could Be Villains

by Megan McCullough publisher's synopsis Avoid spoilers. Don’t get fired. Defeat a not-so-fictional supervillain? Seventeen-year-old fangirl Rosemary Collins lives for VIGIL & ANTE Studios movies. From action-packed superhero fights to sweet character moments, she’s here for it all. But in a real-life crossover no one saw coming, the fandom’s heartthrob supervillain, Ironfall, isn’t as fictional… Continue reading Book Review: We Could Be Villains

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Book Review: The Wonderland Trials

by Sara Ella Publisher's Synopsis Solve the clues. Face your fears. Survive the Trials.All Alice Liddell wants is to escape her Normal life in Oxford and find the parents who abandoned her ten years ago. But she gets more than she bargained for when her older sister Charlotte is arrested for having the infamous Wonder… Continue reading Book Review: The Wonderland Trials

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Book Review: Recorder

by Cathy McCrumb *cover and synopsis from Goodreads* The Consortium is All. But Recorder Can No Longer Obey. Recorder has no family, no friends, and no name. Donated to the Consortium before birth, her sole purpose is to maintain and verify the records. A neural implant and drone ensure compliance, punishing for displays of bias.… Continue reading Book Review: Recorder

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Book Review: Children of the Fox

by Kevin Sands *cover and synopsis from Goodreads* Five kids with unusual talents are brought together to commit an impossible crime. A magic-infused fantasy that brings together a ragtag group of kids to pull off a crime so difficult, countless adults have already tried and failed. Lured by the promise of more money than they've… Continue reading Book Review: Children of the Fox

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Book Review: Wolf Soldier

by James R. Hannibal *cover and synopsis from Goodreads* The fate of the Dragon Lands are at play The knights of the Lightraider Order disappeared nearly two generations past. Now, the Keledan have withdrawn behind their barriers, and the Dragon Lands of bordering Tanelethar are overrun with dark oppression. The people are living in disobedience… Continue reading Book Review: Wolf Soldier

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Book Review: Orphan’s Song

by Gillian Bronte Adams *cover and synopsis from publisher* Her solo is a death sentence. Deep within the world of Leira flows a melody that was sung at the beginning of time by Emhran, the Master Singer. Now it is broken, buried, forgotten. But in each generation, a Songkeeper arises to uphold the memory of… Continue reading Book Review: Orphan’s Song

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Book Review: Of Fire and Ash

by Gillian Bronte Adams *cover image and synopsis from Goodreads* She rides a fireborn, a steed of fire and ash, trained for destruction. Ceridwen tal Desmond dreams of ruling like her father over the nation of Soldonia, where warriors ride to battle on magical steeds—soaring on storm winds, vanishing in shadow, quaking the earth, and… Continue reading Book Review: Of Fire and Ash

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Book Review: The Assassin’s Daughter

by Jameson C. Smith **cover image from Goodreads** Synopsis from Goodreads: For most of her life, Katira has trained to take on the role of assassin. While it’s far from the life she would have chosen, the law known as the Inheritance Proclamation dictates that she must follow in her father’s profession. At seventeen, she’ll… Continue reading Book Review: The Assassin’s Daughter