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Warning: Possible spoilers for The Vicious Deep. Tristan now holds one of three pieces of the trident that once united will allow him to save the sea and its people from the terrifying sea witch Nieve. Can Tristan find the other … Continue reading
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
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
Warning: Possible spoilers for The Secret Hour and Touching Darkness. The Darklings are stirring as things get even weirder in Bixby. When the blue time starts invading mid-day, the Midnighters know they need to figure out what is going on before … Continue reading
Warning: Possible spoilers for The Secret Hour. The Midnighters’ danger is only beginning. While the two couples worry about their new romances, Dess struggles with a problem that could unravel the secret of their past. The increase in action is … Continue reading
Warning: Possible spoilers for Of Poseidon. Emma’s situation has gone from bad to worse as she discovers the truth behind her family. Meanwhile, her new family is put in danger as the entire foundation of the mermaid society is threatened … Continue reading
Warning: Contains spoilers of the first two books: Birthmarked and Prized. Gaia leads her people back to Sylum. Not yet comfortable as a leader, she knows when they arrive she’ll have to deal with the Protectorat, but while she’s been gone … Continue reading
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
Transcript: Seraphina by Rachel Hartman is a fantasy novel, and I absolutely loved it. I’ve always loved the YA fantasy genre. I basically grew up reading Tamora Pierce’s fantasy books. This is definitely one that I would add to the … Continue reading