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Book Review: Premediated Myrtle

by Elizabeth C. Bunce **Cover image from Goodreads** Myrtle Hardcastle is considered an unusual child by most adults. Being fascinated with science, police investigations, toxicology, and other things considering unfitting of ladies of quality will do that. When Myrtle's neighbor suddenly dies under mysterious circumstances, Myrtle instantly assumes that some sort of foul play is… Continue reading Book Review: Premediated Myrtle

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Book Review: Spell Sweeper

by Lee Edward Fodi **Cover image from Goodreads** Spell Sweeper was a fun twist on the typical magical school and Chosen One story. The main character, Cara, is a student at a secret magical boarding school off the coast of Canada. However, Cara is not an amazing student. She doesn't have enough magic to be… Continue reading Book Review: Spell Sweeper

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Book Review: Wingfeather Tales

edited by Andrew Peterson *cover image from publisher's website* If you are a fan of the Wingfeather Saga, you will love Wingfeather Tales. Wingfeather Tales is a collection of seven stories written by various authors that all take place in the world of Aerwiar. The stories take place before, during, and after the Wingfeather Saga.… Continue reading Book Review: Wingfeather Tales

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Book Review: Winterborne Home for Mayhem and Mystery

by Ally Carter *image from publisher's website* Note: This review contains spoilers for book one in the series! Winterborne Home for Mayhem and Mystery picks up several months after the ending of the first book, Winterborne Home for Vengeance and Valor. April, Colin, Sadie, Tim, and Violet are all settling into life at Winterborne House… Continue reading Book Review: Winterborne Home for Mayhem and Mystery

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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 Shadow Throne

by Jennifer A. Nieslen War has come to Carthya, with attacks on all sides and allies far away. And Imogen has been captured. Jaron knows that Avenia plans to use her to bring Carthya to her knees, but he can't leave Imogen to them. Besides, he's outsmarted Avenia plenty of times before. This time, though,… Continue reading Book Review: The Shadow Throne

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Book Review: The Runaway King

by Jennifer A. Nielsen Jaron has returned home to his throne as King of Carthya. But not everyone is happy about his return. After an assassination attempt and a warning, Jaron knows that war is coming to Carthya. And the best way to stop it may be to leave the throne. Jaron, reassuming the identity… Continue reading Book Review: The Runaway King

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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