Review: Fragile Eternity

Fragile Eternity is the third book in Melissa Marr’s Wicked Lovely YA fairy series. While it follows Ink Exchange, it returns to the unresolved threads of the first book in the series and revisits Wicked Lovely’s heroine (Aislinn) who was made into a Summer Queen at the end of the first installment. After discovering that she is the true Summer […]

Review: Ink Exchange by Melissa Marr

Ink Exchange is the second book in Melissa Marr’s YA Wicked Lovely series. The first book in the series told the story of Aislinn, an ‘ordinary’ high school girl who is stalked by fairies that no-one else can see. Ink Exchange tells the story of Leslie, one of Aislinn’s school friends, who also becomes ensnared in the world of the […]

Review: Wicked Lovely by Melissa Marr

Aislinn has the Sight. She sees faeries everywhere, and faeries are terrifying enough that she spends most of her life trying to make sure faeries don’t notice her. Unfortunately, she comes to the attention of the Summer King, Keenan, who must convince her to become his queen. Keenan is bound to play out a scenario set […]

Review: Made for You by Melissa Marr

Melissa Marr’s latest is the magic-light tale of Eva, a southern princess (child of the elite in the tiny town of Jessup, NC) who after being struck by a car and left for dead finds herself with the unpredictable ability to read the deaths of people who touch her. Even more disturbing is how many […]

Review: Sunshine by Robin McKinley

Sunshine’s life is changed forever when, while out for a walk by the lake, she is kidnapped by vampires and left, chained to a wall, to be prey to an enemy they’ve captured and have been torturing. It’s a game, starve the vampire then leave him alone with a pretty young, innocent girl until he […]

Review: Deerskin by Robin McKinley

Deerskin is a fairytale princess, the daughter of the most beautiful woman in seven kingdoms who married a great king and whose love was so legendary it eclipsed everything, including her own existence. Admired and loved the king and queen were, but their story was so powerful no one else, including themselves, had much time […]

Review: Gotham Academy #1

Soooo many questions left after this one. First, I love the cover and the very idea (A Gotham Prep School?) The execution is dark and creepy, a lot like Batman meets Hogwarts. Olive is in her second year at GA and feels like an outsider after some yet-to-be-explained summer break events changed her perceptions of […]