Category: review

Review | Dead Reckoning by Mercedes Lackey & Rosemary Edghill

Review | Dead Reckoning by M..

Dead Reckoning by Mercedes Lackey & Rosemary Edghill Published by Bloomsbury USA Publish Date: June 5, 2012 336 Pages Source: NetGalley Jett is a girl disguised as a boy, living as a gambler in the old West as she searches for her long-lost brother. Honoria Gibbons is a smart, self-sufficient young woman who also happens […]

Posted May 29, 2012
Review | Graffiti Moon by Cath Crowley

Review | Graffiti Moon by Ca..

Graffiti Moon by Cath Crowley Published by Knopf BYR Publish Date:  February 14, 2012272 PagesMy Source:  NetGalley “Let me make it in time. Let me meet Shadow. The guy who paints in the dark. Paints birds trapped on brick walls and people lost in ghost forests. Paints guys with grass growing from their hearts and […]

Posted February 14, 2012
Review | The Vanishing Game by Kate Kae Myers

Review | The Vanishing Game ..

The Vanishing Game by Kate Kae Myers Published by Bloomsbury USA Children’s Publish Date:  February 14, 2012  368 Pages Source:  Borrowed  Jocelyn’s twin brother Jack was the only family she had growing up in a world of foster homes-and now he’s dead, and she has nothing. Then she gets a cryptic letter from “Jason December”-the code […]

Posted January 3, 2012
Interview with Sherry Gammon, Author of Unlovable + GIVEAWAY!

Interview with Sherry Gammon..

Author Sherry Gammon I’m really excited to have Sherry Gammon stopping by the blog today to answer some questions about Unlovable. I read this book recently and absolutely loved it!  Unlovable is the first book in the Port Fare Series. Book Two, Unbelievable, is scheduled to be released in March 2012.  (Read my review of Unlovable HERE.) Sherry, […]

Posted December 8, 2011
Review | Unlovable by Sherry Gammon

Review | Unlovable by Sherry..

Unlovable by Sherry Gammon Published by Wordpainting Unlimited, Inc. Publish Date:  January 19, 2011 My Source:  review copy from the author Unlovable by Sherry Gammon  Port Fare, New York, has fallen into the clutches of true evil. The Dreser brothers have arrived with a scheme to increase drug sales in the area by whatever means […]

Posted December 7, 2011
Review | Proof of Heaven by Mary Curran Hackett

Review | Proof of Heaven by ..

Proof of Heaven by Mary Curran Hackett Published by HarperCollins Publish Date:  November 1, 2011 336 Pages My Source:  HarperCollins/TLC Book Tours Proof of Heaven  by Mary Curran Hackett A mother’s faith, a child’s courage, a doctor’s dedication—a moving and thought-provoking tale of hope, love, and family. He might be young, but Colm already recognizes […]

Posted November 9, 2011
The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern Review

The Night Circus by Erin Mor..

Review: It isn’t often that books garner the amount of pre-publication buzz that The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern did. I began to hear and read about this book months and months ago and the buzz turned into full-on hype over a rather short time. For me, the excitement began over the stunning cover. I knew […]

Posted October 17, 2011
A Single Shot by Matthew F. Jones Review

A Single Shot by Matthew F. ..

Review: A Single Shot by Matthew F. Jones is by far one of the best books I’ve read in a very long time. It is a fast-paced and gritty and everything noir fiction should be. Split into seven chapters corresponding to the seven days of the week, readers get an accurate idea of exactly how one […]

Posted September 2, 2011
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Messenger by Lois Lowry | Review

Messenger by Lois Lowry | Re..

Review: Messenger is the third installment in Lowry’s The Giver Quartet, and it is beautiful. In this story, we meet Matty again. Matty was first introduced in Gathering Blue as Matt. In this story, Matty lives with Seer in Village, and has grown a few years older and more mature. Village is a place that […]

Posted July 19, 2011
Gathering Blue by Lois Lowry | Review

Gathering Blue by Lois Lowry..

  Review: I recently read The Giver for the first time as part of the 2011 Dystopian Challenge and thought it was amazing. I really love dystopian novels that are smart and entertaining, but this one seemed particularly thought-provoking. In fact, when I was finished with the book, I really had the sense that I […]

Posted July 19, 2011