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Review: Stumbling On A Tale (Time to Time #2) by Suzanne Roche

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★★★★½ It all started with a book. Now three siblings are stuck together, traveling through time, once again…whether they like it or not. Join Peri, Henry, and Max – two siblings and a half, in reverse order – as they make their way from the high spirits and high seas of an immigration ship en route to New York, and ... Read More »

Review: SEER: The Ghosts of Gray Fable by Eli Bloom

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★★★★½ SEER: The Ghosts of Gray Fable by Eli Bloom is a chilling and thrilling YA novel. With a bold plot line and an unforgettable protagonist, SEER instantly stands out as a paranormal classic. Author Eli Bloom captures youth, innocence and courage within these pages, while brushing on topical subjects that will strike a chord in readers of any age. ... Read More »

The Path of Peace (The Cremelino Prophecy Book 3) by Mike Shelton

The Path of Peace (The Cremelino Prophecy Book 3)

The Path of Peace by Michael Shelton is an action-packed and fitting end to the The Cremelino Prophecy trilogy. Darius is now king and still not in complete control of his magical powers. He sees only good in everyone, which works both for and against him in his quest for peace in the realm with many vying for power. The ... Read More »

Review: The Muses: Vengeance of Time by N.L. McEvoy

The Muses: Vengeance of Time by N.L. McEvoy

★★★★ The Muses: Vengeance of Time is the sequel to N.L. McEvoy’s Escaping Montague Manor, following Sarah and Nickolas McGuire on another harrowing adventure with the mystical muses.  This time, Sarah and Nickolas aren’t as intent on escaping their Great-Aunt Vivian’s clutches as they are on reentering them. When the children’s cousin, Simon, comes down with a mysterious and excruciatingly ... Read More »

Review: New Age Lamians (The Lamian Trilogy Book 1) by Didi Oviatt

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★★★★ New Age Lamians (The Lamian Trilogy Book 1) by Didi Oviatt is a unique and addictive YA adventure. It is becoming increasingly difficult to find a new angle on the post-apocalyptic genre, as the recent popularity of this topic has led to hundreds of new books trying to capture the horrors of a dystopian future. The YA genre has ... Read More »

Review: Connected by Kat Stiles

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★★★★ Connected by Kat Stiles is an entertaining paranormal escape for young adult readers. Emily is a high school student who doesn’t feel like she fits in. To make matters worse, Em discovers she has a special power. Fortunately, she isn’t alone and her best friend Roz has her own gift. Tommy, the boy Em likes, seems to be different as well. ... Read More »

Review: A Tale of Witchwood Park by S.W. Develin

A Tale of Witchwood Park by S.W. Develin

★★★★½ A Tale of Witchwood Park by S.W. Develin is a heartfelt, humorous and insightful adventure. Important life lessons come in many forms, and the boundless creativity of A Tale of Witchwood Park follows in that tradition – a memorable, amusing and profound piece of fantasy fiction for young readers. Based in the proud history of the magical genre, an ... Read More »