Wards of Faerie by Terry Brooks

Wards of Faerie by Terry Brooks

I’ve been having an affair with Terry Brooks since I was eleven years old. Oh, not the dirty kind, just a simple love affair with his writing. I know, eleven seems so young, but I’ve always been one of those kinds of readers. I went through all the books I… Read more »

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Greta and the Goblin King by Chloe Jacobs

Greta and the Goblin King by Chloe Jacobs

Greta and the Goblin King is the debut novel by Chloe Jacobs, and the first in the Mylean series. This is the story of Greta, a human girl who fell through a portal into Mylea. In this world full of monsters, Greta finds that she is considered evil. She hides… Read more »

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The Ninjettes by Al Ewing

The Ninjettes by Al Ewing

Ah, yes, another graphic novel review. I’m a huge fan of graphic novels, in case that hasn’t been made apparent. In this way I never outgrew my childhood. On the other hand, the subject matter of these comics has certainly grown up! The Ninjettes is a collection of six comics… Read more »

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Ironskin by Tina Connolly

Ironskin by Tina Connolly

Ironskin, based on many of the reviews from Goodreads, is supposed to be a retelling of Jane Eyre with steampunk and fantasy elements. Now, let me admit rather quickly that I have never read Jane Eyre. Okay, so I get the basic premise and I know I need to read… Read more »

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Seeing Red The True Story of Blood by Tanya Lloyd Kyi

Seeing Red The True Story of Blood by Tanya Lloyd Kyi

Seeing Red: The True Story of Blood is a nonfiction book about blood intended for young readers. It’s a very cute book with fantastic illustrations throughout. The illustrations serve a dual purpose and not only tell a story through the comics, but they are also used well to summarize each… Read more »

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Makeshift Miracle Book 1: The Girl From Nowhere

Makeshift Miracle Book 1: The Girl From Nowhere

The plot of Makeshift Miracle isn’t a new one. Teenage boy finds naked girl and brings her home. There’s something about this girl, and she needs protection from the boy. Fairly standard opening for a lot of mangas (DearS and Chobits, for example). The art in this graphic novel is… Read more »

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