The second and third books in the Scorched trilogy, Shattered and Smoked, move the plot along, but never quite rise to dragon levels of excitement. (And dragon levels should be pretty darn high.)
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Fill up yer canteens and oil up yer Colt pistols before you head out on the trail with Erin Bowman’s Vengeance Road.
Ava Dellaira's love letters might be to the dead, but they pulsate with the rhythm of genuine heart.
After his dad comes out of the closet and his family goes bankrupt, Dan Cereill does what any geek would do under the circumstances— he makes things worse by falling for a totally unattainable girl.
Ashley Hope Pérez's Out of Darkness is everything a reader could want in a historical novel.
Poirot goes to the beach!
Mercedes Lackey’s new novel, Hunter, aims to be the next great dystopia, but ends up feeling more like the product of a formula.
Renée Ahdieh's reimagining of 1001 Nights will have you longing for similarly decadent food and clothing, if not revenge and constant fear of death.
In Jennifer E. Smith's latest novel, a teenage couple journeys through their greatest hits on the night before they leave for school on opposite coasts.
Adi Alsaid's latest novel tackles friendship, romance, and clichés. (Sometimes, even all three at once.)