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Fairy Tale Recommendations

Do you love fairy tales? I do! 😄 Here are a couple fairy tale retellings that I've read and enjoyed. I don't have specific reviews for most of them, but all of them are clean! Review for Dust https://www.instagram.com/reel/COvJZhNDd1Q/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link

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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: Fire Dancer

by Catherine Jones Payne publisher's synopsis: So You Think You Can Dance meets Storm Siren Fire is a dangerous magic. Sixteen-year-old Kyla is preparing for the test of her life: a high-stakes dance competition to win the role of principal dancer in the fire festival's elite troupe. When she's not sneaking off into the woods to practice… Continue reading Book Review: Fire Dancer

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Book Review: Within These Lines

by Stephanie Morrill Publisher's synopsis: Evalina Cassano’s life in an Italian-American family in 1941 is everything it “should be” until she falls in love with Taichi Hamasaki, the son of Japanese immigrants. Despite the scandal it would cause and that inter-racial marriage is illegal in California, Evalina and Taichi vow they will find a way… Continue reading Book Review: Within These Lines

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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: My Fine Fellow

by Jennieke Cohen cover and synopsis from Goodreads It’s 1830s England, and Culinarians—doyens who consult with society’s elite to create gorgeous food and confections—are the crème de la crème of high society. Helena Higgins, top of her class at the Royal Academy, has a sharp demeanor and an even sharper palate—and knows stardom awaits her… Continue reading Book Review: My Fine Fellow

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Book Review: Rose Petals and Snowflakes

by Kendra E. Ardnek cover and synopsis from Goodreads After their father's death, and thanks to their older half-brother's wanderlust, two sisters find themselves caught in the politics of mysterious forest. Elinrose finds herself in direct conflict with the wood's Mistress, while Snowmari hides a deadly secret that could mean her death if found out.… Continue reading Book Review: Rose Petals and Snowflakes

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Book Review: The Fountains of Silence

by Ruta Sepetys cover and synopsis from Goodreads A portrait of love, silence, and secrets under a Spanish dictatorship. Madrid, 1957. Under the fascist dictatorship of General Francisco Franco, Spain is hiding a dark secret. Meanwhile, tourists and foreign businessmen flood into Spain under the welcoming promise of sunshine and wine. Among them is eighteen-year-old… Continue reading Book Review: The Fountains of Silence

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Book Review: Beneath the Haunting Sea

by Joanna Ruth Meyer Cover and synopsis from Goodreads Sixteen-year-old Talia was born to a life of certainty and luxury, destined to become Empress of half the world. But when an ambitious rival seizes power, she and her mother are banished to a nowhere province on the far edge of the Northern Sea.It is here,… Continue reading Book Review: Beneath the Haunting Sea

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Book Review: Wishtress

by Nadine Brandes cover and synopsis from Goodreads She didn't ask to be the Wishtress. Myrthe was born with the ability to turn her tears into wishes. It's a big secret to keep. When a granted wish goes wrong, a curse is placed on her: the next tear she sheds will kill her. She needs… Continue reading Book Review: Wishtress