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Elena has the power to heal any illness. But by using this power, she may bring about the end of the world.
In the Southern Gothic world of The Good Demon, exorcism can actually be a bad thing.
In order to become a doctor in 18th century, a woman must be willing to study more, try harder, read more books, fight more museum guards, kiss more pirates, and patch up more battle injuries than any man.
Ever wonder how Bram Stoker came up with all those spooky stories? Welcome to Robert Masello's The Night Crossing.
This is the feminist supernatural gunslinger the world needs right now.
In M.C. Atwood's The Devils You Know, five teenagers make their way through a spooky haunted museum. Zoinks!
Boo! No, Brian's not trying to scare you, that's his opinion of Harmony House.
Do you like historical, supernatural, and romantic fiction all wrapped up in one book? READ ON.
In Christina Lauren's book The House, Delilah has a new boyfriend, but has to compete with his family. All two stories, 23,000 square feet of them.
Maggie Stiefvater brings The Raven Cycle to a magnificent close. In other words, TEABS FOR DAYS.
Get whisked away on a magical, atmospheric adventure with Katherine Catmull's The Radiant Road
Neither magical nor mundane, Shadowhunters is just plain terrible.
Nova Ren Suma writes a tale of guilt, innocence, rage, and cosmic balance in The Walls Around Us.
Step onto the set of a paranormal reality show with Micol Ostow's clever tale of ghosts and one highly skeptical teenager.
Patrick Ness is back with a story for those of us who aren't the Chosen Ones.
Michelle Knudsen tells us what we already know: every librarian is an Evil Librarian.
The third installment of Maggie Stiefvater's The Raven Cycle is here, and... it's a bridge book.
Brenna Yovanoff's Fiendish is a macabre morsel of magic and backwoods lore.
Our very own Brian Katcher has released a new novel! And it's every bit as funny as you would expect.
David Massey's Torn: a story about an imaginary war in a fictitious country called Afghanistan.
Mandy C. reviews Page Morgan’s The Beautiful and the Cursed, in which characters stop being polite ... and start getting surreal.
Forever Young Adult presents: a review of The Changeover by Margaret Mahy
A review of Inara Scott's The Marked from the Delcroix Academy series.