She Said/She Saw by Norah McClintock

Tegan was in the backseat when her two best friends were gunned down in front of her. Was it an argument over drugs? An ongoing feud? Or something more random? Tegan says she didn’t see who did it. Or know why. Nobody will believe her. Not the police; not her friends; not the families of […]

Prophecy of the Sisters by Michelle Zink

An ancient prophecy divides two sisters- One good… One evil… Who will prevail? Twin sisters Lia and Alice Milthorpe have just become orphans. They have also become enemies. As they discover their roles in a prophecy that has turned generations of sisters against each other, the girls find themselves entangled in a mystery that involves […]

Book Blogger Hop 5/27

Today’s question is: “What book-to-movie adaption have you most liked? Which have you disliked?” Answer: The Harry Potter ones were pretty good! although a few of them sort of left out the good parts of the book (you can’t all be perfect). The worst book to movie for me was The Other Boleyn Girl. Seriously..that […]

Review of The Lens and the Looker

 This review is part of a blog tour I have signed up to. Thanks to Pump Up Your Book and to Lory Kaufman for the wonderful opportunity to read this book. It’s the 24th century and humans, with the help of artificial intelligences (A.I.s) have finally created the perfect post-dystopian society. To make equally perfect […]

Book Blogger Hop 5/19

Today’s Question is: “If you were given the chance to spend one day in a fictional world (from a book), which book would it be from and what would that place be?” – This one is a hard one. I have several options. 1. Harry Potter’s world. YES I WANT TO GO TO A SCHOOL […]

Evil at Heart by Chelsea Cain

Note: In order to fully understand and enjoy this book it’ll be a good idea to read: Heartsick and Sweetheart (in that order). It took me a while to get back into this series. Sweetheart just didn’t make me want to run out and get the next one. When I heard that Night Season was […]

Theodosia and the Serpents of Chaos by R. L. LaFevers

Theodosia Throckmorton has her hands full at the Museum of Legends and Antiquities in London. Her father may be head curator, but it is Theo and only Theo who is able to see all the black magic and ancient curses that still cling to the artifacts in the museum. Sneaking behind her fathers back, Theo […]