The promising plot of Laurie Forest’s The Black Witch is overwhelmed by the book’s problematic themes.
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The battle between vampires and werewolves began long before Twilight was a glimmer in Stephenie Meyer’s subconscious.
This week Jeremy leaves for good, Enzo is trapped in a terrible plotline, and Caroline and Stefan make all of our hearts swoon only to have Liz Forbes break them into pieces.
Buffy meets a snarkier Once Upon a Time in Kelly Thompson’s Storykiller.
Jackson Pearce turns an old tale into a new thriller in Cold Spell, the latest book in the Fairytale Retellings series.
You're gonna need a lot of blood bags for this one.
Raving is what Meghan's going to be if she has to watch much more of this show. Stark raving.
A pictorial recap of MTV's Teen Wolf, an entire show for which this week's episode title is especially apt.
Forever Young Adult presents a book review of Bloodrose by Andrea Cremer
Forever Young Adult presents a book review of Wolfsbane by Andrea Cremer
Erin reviews Jackson Pearce's Sweetly, a contemporary reimagining of Hansel and Gretel.
Jenny reviews Fateful by Claudia Gray, a premise predecessor to Snakes on a Plane: werewolves on the Titanic, y'all!
Smarty Pants Alison dedicates an ode to the forbidden lust between a vampire and a werewolf.
What Tess Oliver's Camille may lack in historical accuracy, it more than makes up for with hot werewolf swoontimes.
A review of Wolfborn by Sue Bursztynski, in which werewolves in a medieval world give Megan a change of pace from the usual paranormal fare.
A highly scientific look at the vampire craze, including the new vampire facelift and what might be next in body modifications
Andrea Cremer's start of a new series, Nightshade, exceeds the (low) expectations set by its snortworthy tagline.
In The Turning: What Curiosity Kills by Helen Ellis, the main character undergoes a strange transformation . . . (yes, even worse than puberty.)
Jenny wasn't completely captivated (sorry) by Carrie Jones' Captivate (a Need book), but it nicely sets up the next installment.
Posh explains why she can only be pity friends with Maggie Stiefvater's Shiver.