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[review] Born Wicked & Star Cursed by Jessica Spotswood

On her mother’s deathbed, Cate Cahill promised to protect her younger sisters, Maura and Tessa. This is not an easy thing when all three of them are witches. Hated and feared by the Brotherhood, witches must hide in plain sight … Continue reading

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[review] Crown of Embers and The Bitter Kingdom by Rae Carson

Warning: Possible spoilers for The Girl of Fire and Thorns. Now queen, Elisa must out-battle and outsmart enemies both in and outside of her city’s walls. She must also search for answers about the Godstone and its power. Politics, love, and … Continue reading

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[review] MaddAdam by Margaret Atwood

Warning: Possible spoilers for Oryx and Crake and The Year of the Flood. TW: rape.  Survivors of the man-made plague that has made humans an endangered species must protect themselves and the newly discovered Crakers from two painballer veterans while trying to … Continue reading

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[review] The Harem by Safia Fazlul

Disclaimer: Provided with finished copy from Tsar Publications for an honest review. Goodreads summary: Farina has only one dream: to be free and move away from Peckville, a Muslim ghetto in a large city. She is eager to escape the clutches … Continue reading

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[review] Out of the Easy by Ruta Sepetys

Daughter of a prostitute in the New Orleans’ French Quarter in the 1950s, Josie Moraine has always dreamed of getting out of Louisiana. When a murder happens a little too close to home, Josie’s future is threatened in a story about … Continue reading

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[review] Throne of Glass by Sarah J. Maas

Notorious assassin Celaena is pulled from a labour camp by lady’s man Crown Prince Dorian and offered the chance to win her freedom. She must take part in a competition with 21 other criminals, and the winner will be the … Continue reading

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[review] Pure by Julianna Baggott

The Detonations destroyed the world and humanity as we know it. Now the survivors cling to life, mutated and constantly in danger from those who lost their humanity in the Detonations. Pressia is one of the survivors, and with her … Continue reading

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