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Review: Hero at the Fall by Alwyn Hamilton

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This series has been a little hot and cold for me. I wasn’t completely blown away by the first book and it took me until the release of Hero at the Fall to even think about picking up Traitor…

Review: Traitor to the Throne by Alwyn Hamilton

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I wasn’t completely swept up in Rebel of the Sands when I first read it earlier in 2017, but this sequel packed a powerful punch in terms of world building and plot development. I’ll try to limit myself in…

One-Star Reviews: Summer 2017

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I usually skip one-star reviews but have decided to a lot a little round up space for the books I read that don’t end up as enjoyable. I enjoyed Liggett’s Blood and Salt (and I’m looking forward to Heart of Ash)…

Review: Greedy Pigs by Matt Wallace

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Sin du Jour returns in full force with the fifth installment, Greedy Pigs. If you haven’t started the novella series about a catering company that caters (gotta love puns!) to a high-powered supernatural clientele you are missing out.  In Greedy…

Review: Owl and the Electric Samurai by Kristi Charish

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If you’ve followed my reviews of the previous Adventures of Owl series you know I’m a big fan of Owl and her archaeological hijinks. This is by far the most significant in terms of the direction this series and its…

Review: Empire of Storms by Sarah J. Maas

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I’m sure my two-star rating is no surprise as I get further and further into this series. This book made be cringe for about 90% of it. While Maas’ writing is definitely better than the earlier series, I still…

Review: Queen of Shadows by Sarah J. Maas

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I can honestly say I’ve never been this disappointed about a series before. Yes, I’ve read my fare share of terrible series (still trying to scrub my brain from Dorothy Must Die) but I keep just waiting for more with…

Review: Throne of Glass by Sarah J. Maas

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This book and series had a lot of hype. It’s why I added it to my “to-read” list and why I bought the first book in paperback (and subsequent books on my iPad). I’m glad I read the A Court…