Rogue Touch by Christine Woodward

Rogue Touch by Christine Woodward

Quick show of hands, but who actually remembers Rogue’s name? Because I know that every single time I hear or read her name I spend a moment wondering who that is exactly. In Rogue Touch Anna Marie is ¬†twenty years old and she’s just been fired. Again. Which, I suppose,… Read more »

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Spirit by Brigid Kemmerer

Spirit by Brigid Kemmerer

Disclaimer time. I kind of didn’t realise this was the third in the series until after I started reading. Now, normally that would be a problem, except in Spirit Brigid Kemmerer does a surprisingly awesome job at making sure those of us who are new to the series don’t get… Read more »

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Gaming for Keeps by Seleste deLaney

Gaming for Keeps by Seleste deLaney

Full disclaimer? I’m a gamer, and I’ve played my fair share of MMORPGs such as World of Warcraft etc. So for me, it was very important that the story be able to pull off that gamer vibe without mocking the gamers as just being geeks with no real care about… Read more »

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Sworn to Raise by Terah Edun

Sworn to Raise by Terah Edun

Sworn to Raise was an interesting book that played off the idea of geisha from ancient Japan, and gave them the additional burden of the majority of these women having magical powers of some kind. The magical powers are intriguing and in many cases very original, such as the one… Read more »

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Swans & Klons by Nora Olsen

Swans & Klons by Nora Olsen

From the cover image alone it’s easy to take a stab that this novel is based on the idea of clones, and that is definitely where we start off. In this “utopian” world there are 300 genetic types that are cloned repeatedly in order to populate Society. These are the… Read more »

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The Girl with the Iron Touch by Kady Cross

The Girl with the Iron Touch by Kady Cross

I was excited to receive a copy of this book from NetGalley and Harlequin Teen because I’m a huge fan of the steampunk and young adult genres. The Girl with the Iron Touch turned out to be a decent book, and made for a good afternoon. In this book Emily… Read more »

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