Publisher: Razorbill


Aug 10
Review: The Merciless by Danielle Vega

Review: The Merciless by Danielle Vega

What a weird little book.  The Merciless is a mash-up of the films, The Craft and Heathers, but with a main character who is all sorts of jaw-droppingly stupid.  Sofia is the new girl in school, and on her first day, she already has two factions fighting for her attention.  One is the bad-ass chick, Brooklyn, and the other is a group of popular girls, led by Riley and her sidekicks, Alexis and Grace.  Both Brooklyn and Riley are eager… Read more »


Dec 08
Review: The Fiery Heart by Richelle Mead

Review: The Fiery Heart by Richelle Mead

This is the first time I’ve said this about a Richelle Mead book (excluding Gameboard of the Gods), but where was the action???  Where was the excitement???  Maybe this was something I’ve been able to overlook in her earlier works because I was enjoying them so much, but there was SO much recapping of earlier events and extensive, repetitive explanations of lore.  I do think authors should cater somewhat to a reader who picks up a series mid-stream, but there… Read more »


Oct 17
Review: Rebel Spring by Morgan Rhodes

Review: Rebel Spring by Morgan Rhodes

My Take: Note – This review will contain spoilers of Falling Kingdoms, the first book in the series. I did not realize until after I’d read Falling Kingdoms and Rebel Spring that Morgan Rhodes is the pen name of Michelle Rowen.  Rowen wrote Coutdown, a book I read a few months ago and really disliked.  (You can see my review of Countdown here.)  I’m glad I didn’t know this until after reading the books, because I would likely have approached… Read more »


Feb 15
Review: The Indigo Spell by Richelle Mead

Review: The Indigo Spell by Richelle Mead

The Indigo Spell picks up very shortly after the end of The Golden Lily. Sydney is given a mysterious assignment that involves using her magical powers, something we all know she looooves. She’s given the barest amount of information, but with some prodding, Sydney learns that she’s in a bit of a catch-22. Taking on this assignment could be very dangerous. However, NOT acting could prove much worse (this is a spoiler-y part, albeit a very early one, so I… Read more »