The second book in Claudia Gray’s Constellation series, Defy the Worlds, begs the question: What do you do when you find your loyalties at odds?
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Adrienne Young’s Sky in the Deep could have been a fun Viking novel.
Being the second child doesn’t come with the usual perks in the first book in Amy A. Bartol’s new dystopian series, Secondborn.
Monstress, Volume 1: Awakening is a comic that features gorgeous art, an alternate fantasy universe, and a girl battling her literal inner demon.
Kiersten White’s The Conqueror’s Saga continues with Now I Rise, which is half-Bridge Book, half-exciting adventure.
Sarah J. Maas’ A Court of Wings and Ruin has us (once again) looking for one-way tickets to Velaris.
Claudia Gray’s Defy the Stars is an adventure of the heart.
C.A. Higgins’ Lightless series, which begins with Lightless and Supernova, paints a bleak picture of humanity’s future.
Sarah J. Maas’ A Court of Mist and Fury turns Prythian's ways (and reader’s emotions) on their heads.
The Skylighter, the second book in Becky Wallace’s Keeper Chronicles duology, is a fast-paced race to the finish.
Pierce Brown’s Red Rising trilogy ends with a bang, not a whimper, in Morning Star.
Once again, Ruta Sepetys' beautiful book is going to make you ugly cry.
Ever wonder what other people did with their time while the heroes of the Rebel Alliance were battling the Empire? Claudia Gray tells a different side of the story in Lost Stars, a Star Wars novel.
The final book in Marissa Meyer’s Lunar Chronicles, Winter, doesn’t disappoint. (But it is terribly hard to say goodbye to these friends.)
The second book in Sarah Fine’s Of Metal and Wishes duology, Of Dreams and Rust, moves away from its Phantom of the Opera roots but remains delightful.
The revolution rages on in Danielle Paige’s The Wicked Will Rise.
Pierce Brown deserves all the laurels for not falling prey to the dreaded sequel doldrums with his second novel in the Red Rising trilogy, Golden Son.
David Massey's Torn: a story about an imaginary war in a fictitious country called Afghanistan.
Erin reviews The Milk of Birds by Sylvia Whitman and is ready to hang up her hat, because nothing is ever going to make her feel like this book did.
Erin reviews George R.R. Martin's A Game of Thrones, a classic coming-of-age novel about sibling rivalry, crappy vacations and losing your virginity.
Erin comes to you as The Ghost of Christmas Past in order to relay a yarn of Yuletide yore.