Category Archives: E-book

Books to Look For: Crowflight by Sunny Moraine

Summary: Turn is a member of the ancient Crow tribe, a Psychopomp in training—a guide of souls into the lands beyond death—with a bright future ahead of her, until she witnesses the suspicious loss of a soul between worlds. Accused … Continue reading

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Review: Every House is Haunted by Ian Rogers

How did I get it: Netgalley. Why did I read it: I have to admit that this was initially a case of cover instant-love, but I also loved the concept behind it. Summary:  Ian Rogers explores the border-places between our world … Continue reading

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Review: iFrankenstein by Bekka Black

How did I get it: The author was kind enough to send me a review copy. Why did I read it: I greatly enjoyed iDrakula and I was curious to read a modern re-telling of Frankenstein. Summary:  Homeschooled teenager Victor Frankenstein … Continue reading

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Early Review: Origin by Jessica Khoury

How did I get it: Netgalley. Why did I read it: Lately I’ve been trying to read books that I can use as recommendations or suggestions for teen readers. The premise for this one sounded really neat, and I was really happy … Continue reading

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Clandestine Classics

I read about this on Bookshelves of Doom and couldn’t resist blogging about it: Total E-Bound has a new series coming out on July 30 called Clandestine Classics in which some spice is being added to various classical works of literature. According … Continue reading

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Review: Protection by S.A. Reid

How did I get it: I was sent a review copy by the author. Why did I read it: Another great premise that I couldn’t resist. Summary:  When Gabriel MacKenna enters Wentworth Prison in 1931, he promises himself two things: never … Continue reading

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Review: Bonds of Earth by G.N. Chevalier

How did I get it: I was sent a review copy by the author. Why did I read it: I loved the premise in terms of the setting and its focus on two people struggling to heal themselves as well as the other. … Continue reading

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