Index of Reviews
A review by Nalini Haynes ★★★★☆ Set in a near-future alternate world where select individuals have received superpowers, Steelheart’s world-order has been disrupted, shattered beyond recognition. Steelheart himself is a comic-book-style demi-god, an Epic, who seems invulnerable except for one weakness. The difficulty is in diagnosing that weakness without being killed. One boy, David, saw
A review by Nalini Haynes ★★★★☆ Genre: Middle Grade Fantasy Curriculum Subjects: Fantasy, Folk Tales Grade: 3-7 Loki’s Wolves is the first of a series for children built in an Almighty Johnson-esque world where the central characters are descendants of Norse Gods, coming into their god-like powers. Unlike the Almighty Johnsons, Loki’s Wolves is suitable for children. Loki’s Wolves was written by popular
A review by Evie Kendal Warning: this review contains spoilers for the earlier novels in the Fallen Angels series. Possession is the fifth book in J R Ward’s Fallen Angels paranormal romance series. Set in Caldwell, New York, the series follows the battle between Heaven and Hell in its final round: a race to claim the
A review by Evie Kendal Lost in Time is the eighth book in Melissa de la Cruz’s Blue Bloods vampire series. The series begins with Schuyler Van Alen, a social misfit at a posh private school in New York, who suddenly attracts the attention of the most popular boy in school, Jack Force. All the usual
A review by Evie Kendal After Death is an anthology of short stories investigating life after death. The anthology is introduced and edited by Eric J Guignard and includes 34 different tales. Guignard also provides introductions for each of the individual stories. A short biography of each author is included at the end of their contribution.
A review by Elizabeth Manthos ★★★★★ five out of five stars Rose Hathaway knows it’s forbidden to love another guardian and Lissa must always come first, but ever since she met Dimitri that rule was always meant to be broken… Ever since making her first Strigoi kills, Rose hasn’t been feeling right. A dark shadow
A review by Elizabeth Manthos ★★★★★ five out of five stars In the previous Bloodlines installment (The Indigo Spell), Sydney was torn between doing what the Alchemist’s want her to and what her heart and instincts were telling her to do. In one heart stopping moment, she made a decision that shocked every Vampire Academy/Bloodlines