Category: Fantasy

Infernal Revelation by Michael Coorlim

(3.5 / 5) In a quest to remembering (or even being told) what happened in the accident that killed one of her friends, badly hurt another, and left her in a week long coma, Lily Baker will find out a

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Hideous by Devon McCormack

(5 / 5) Mr. McCormack (Clipped) seems to find it impossible to disappoint; his incursion into the young adult genre is as compelling and powerful as expected. And so another page turner is delivered in the form of a paranormal

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Bitter Sweet Love by Jennifer L. Armentrout

(2.5 / 5) In my opinion, this prequel novella should be read after the first book of the series, White Hot Kiss. Yes, it would spoil it but I see it the other way around, this one is the insight

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White Hot Kiss by Jennifer L. Armentrout

(3.5 / 5) I think I said it before, but in case I haven’t I’m going to say it now: there is something to be said about a group of high-school-aged kids saving the world. Well, Ms. Armentrout does it

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Ignite Me by Tahereh Mafi

(4 / 5) In the thrilling conclusion of the Shatter Me series, or The Juliette Chronicles (I’ve seen it referred with both titles), Juliette wakes up alive and shortly finds out that Omega Point has been destroyed. She doesn’t know

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Consequence by Shelly Crane

(3 / 5) The sweet and powerful couple from the Significance series is back in this sweet novella after the fourth installment of the series, with the clear purpose of clearing the field and setting up the stage for the

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