REVIEW: Rags & Bones, edited by Melissa Marr & Tim Pratt

From “That the Machine May Progress Eternally”: It isn’t until he’s nearing the bottom of the ladder that Tavil realizes his sister hasn’t followed him. He stares up the narrow tunnel to the surface expecitng to see her there, but instead he finds nothing except darkness capped by a wash of stars.  985 more words

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East by Edith Pattou

Summary: Rose has always felt out of place in her family. So when an enormous white bear mysteriously shows up and asks her to come away with him, she readily agrees. 662 more words

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Review: "Beauty" by Robin McKinley

Meticulous attention to detail, bright and melodic descriptions, and an opinionated heroine as unique as her nickname—these qualities illustrate the intricate work of fiction that is  778 more words

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Review - Cress

 Cress (The Lunar Chronicles #3)

*Warning! If you haven’t read the first two books of this series, you probably want to avoid reading the synopsis and review as they contain spoliers for the first two books. 419 more words

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Review: "Princess of Glass" by Jessica Day George

The sequel to Princess of the Midnight BallPrincess of Glass is based on a more popular fairy tale and has a storyline independent from its predecessor with the exception of familiar characters and settings re-appearing within the story.   721 more words

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Review: "Princess of the Midnight Ball" by Jessica Day George

The Twelve Dancing Princesses is a fairy tale whose vague plot contains many unanswered enigmas.  For example, why did the twelve princesses have to dance every night until dawn?   579 more words

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