{Book Review} Oblivion by Kelly Creagh

{Book Review}  Oblivion by Kelly Creagh

Christmas, nearly five years ago, Nevermore by Kelly Creagh landed into my hands. I dove into the novel and fell in love with Varen and had my heart broken by his preordained departure. It took two years after the monstrous cliffhanger for me to get the next book in my […]

{Book Review} Spellcaster by Claudia Gray

{Book Review} Spellcaster by Claudia Gray

Since her mother left, Nadia Caldani feels responsible for taking care of her little brother and father. On the ride into their new town, she and her family are in an accident and a stranger helps rescue her. Only he acts like he knows her—like her existence frightens him. Mateo […]

{Book Review} Unspoken by Sarah Rees Brennan

{Book Review}  Unspoken by Sarah Rees Brennan

Having an imaginary friend was not something unusual when Kami Glass was six, but unlike her friends, her imaginary friend never left. At seventeen, she had only her best friend, Angela, and the voice in her head, Jared, for company. When the aloof Lynburn family comes back to Sorry-in-the-Vale, Kami’s […]