Ninth House by Leigh Bardugo *Alexa’s Review*

I love Bardugo’s other books with a passion, I push them on anyone I meet who also likes to read, even if they read in a different genre. This book was one I just had to get my hands on and since it is adult I wanted even more dark turns and twists as well as some adult themes. The beginning of this book is […]

Every Heart a Doorway by Seanan McGuire *Alexa’s Review*

I was a little scared to start this one because I wasn’t sure I was going to like the world it was set in. Right from the start this one feels different, a darker side to fairytales perhaps. We meet a bunch of wayward children who live in a school together because they have traveled to other worlds. Most of the kids would want nothing […]

Sorcery of Thorns by Margaret Rogerson *Alexa’s Review*

From the start of this book I was sucked into the world. I loved the idea that there were librarians who had to protect dangerous spell books from getting out into the world and turning into monsters. It took a library and made it more magical and special. In the beginning of the book I thought Elisabeth and Thorn had this magical chemistry together on […]

Of Blood and Bone by Nora Roberts *Stephanie’s Review*

I’ve had Of Blood and Bone by Nora Roberts since the day it was released. I’m not sure why I always put off reading Nora Roberts. There’s a reason why the woman has sold millions of books! I forgot how much I enjoyed Year One. I think it is the first dystopian adult novel I’ve ever read. Not only is it dystopian but it also […]

Lady Midnight by Cassandra Clare *Alexa’s Review*

Honestly, if you have never read a review of mine for any of the previous Clare books in the shadow hunter world then you may not know that I have a love/hate relationship with Clare’s books. So here we go… I honestly loved the last two books to The Mortal Instruments series; they were so great and everything I ever wanted from Clare. I loved […]