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Book Review: Secrets in the Mist

by Morgan L. Busse **cover image from publisher's website** Secrets in the Mist is the first steampunk novel I've ever read. I was super excited when I first learned about Secrets in the Mist because I wanted to read steampunk, but couldn't find any books I thought I'd like. So while I'm talking about steampunk,… Continue reading Book Review: Secrets in the Mist

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Book Review: A Gentle Tyranny

by Jess Corban *cover image from publisher's website* Interesting. That's the best word I can think of to describe this book. Interesting. A Gentle Tyranny tells the story of Reina, a young girl in a female-dominated society who becomes part of a competition-of-sorts to become the next Matriarch, the leader of Nede. As Reina trains… Continue reading Book Review: A Gentle Tyranny

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Book Review: Calculated

by Nova McBee ***Cover image from Goodreads*** Josephine River's world is made up of numbers. She sees the world in calculations, allowing her to mathematically predict things before they happen and also to make the best business moves after a mere glance at the numbers. When Jo leaves her father's business to join a company… Continue reading Book Review: Calculated

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Book Review: On the Edge of the Dark Sea of Darkness

by Andrew Peterson Life in the small village of Glipwood is pretty simple for Janner Igiby. He and his siblings, Tink and Leeli, do chores and school at their family's cottage. Sometimes they get to go into the village and help out at Janner's favorite bookstore. Yes, life is pretty simple as long as they… Continue reading Book Review: On the Edge of the Dark Sea of Darkness

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Book Review: Swift

by R. J. Anderson Ivy wants two things in life: to be able to fly, and for her mother to return home. But unlike every other piskey, Ivy was born without wings, so she'll never fly. And her mother was stolen away by spriggans and it's unlikely she'll ever be found again. When Ivy's fellow… Continue reading Book Review: Swift

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Book Review: The False Prince

by Jennifer A. Nielsen Sage was just an orphan, busying using his thieving skills to get away with a roast. He had no intention of getting involved in the schemes of nobleman Belvin Connor. But Sage, along with three other orphans, are selected by Connor and taken away to his estate, Farthenwood. The reason Connor… Continue reading Book Review: The False Prince

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Book Review: Dust

by Kara Swanson Claire Kenton hates Peter Pan. Ever since her twin brother Connor disappeared, leaving nothing more than a note saying he was with Peter Pan, Claire has despised the boy who never grew up. But Claire can't let herself get caught up in her loathing of Pan. She's busy trying to track down… Continue reading Book Review: Dust

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Book Review: All Fall Down

by Ally Carter Grace Blakely isn't crazy. However, going around saying you saw the man who killed your mother when there isn't any evidence of him being at the place when she died makes people think otherwise. When Grace is sent to Embassy Row to stay with her ambassador grandfather, she does her best to… Continue reading Book Review: All Fall Down