Category: 2015 Flights of Fantasy Reading Challenge

Book Review: Throne of Glass Throne of Glass Series) by Sarah J. Maas (Spoilers)

Book Review: Throne of Glass Throne of Glass Series) by Sarah J. Maas (Spoilers)

Celaena Sardothien is everything! I’ve been wanting to read Sarah J. Maas’ Throne of Glass since it first came out, but it’s kind of hard to read all the books. Instead, the book has lingered on my TBR list through its release, and the release of three sequels and a collection of novellas. The longer […]

Blog Tour: Here They Lie (The Bloodstone Legacy) by D’Ann Burrow (Review & Giveaway)

Blog Tour: Here They Lie (The Bloodstone Legacy) by D’Ann Burrow (Review & Giveaway)

Review The Good…: Here They Lie is the first book in author D’Ann Burrow’s The Bloodstone Legacy series. After her aunt dies, Reese Everett travels to Devil’s Vale, Georgia to settle her aunt’s estate. When she arrives, she realizes that her job will take longer than anticipated. Apparently, her aunt was a bit of a […]

Book Tour: Omega by Lizzy Ford (Giveaway & Review)

Book Tour: Omega by Lizzy Ford (Giveaway & Review)

Review Omega by Lizzy Ford is the first novel in her brand new series about a young girl destined to be the Oracle of Delphi, who others want to use for their own personal motives. I thought this concept was very original, and the action kept the plot moving forward. Alessandra is pretty naive when […]

Book Tour: The Assassin (Mortal Beloved Series) by Pamela DuMond (Review & Giveaway)

Book Tour: The Assassin (Mortal Beloved Series) by Pamela DuMond (Review & Giveaway)

Review The Good…: Author Pamela DuMond follows up her exciting young adult, romantic, time travel thriller, The Messenger, with the sequel, The Assassin. This novel picks up right on the heels of book one, and finds Madeline ever determined to reunite with the love of her life, Samuel. These two are fated to love throughout […]

Book Review: The Messenger (Mortal Beloved) by Pamela DuMond

Book Review: The Messenger (Mortal Beloved) by Pamela DuMond

The Good…: In The Messenger, a young girl named Madeline travels through time to 1674 due to what appears to be a freak accident. What she doesn’t know yet is that she’s a Messenger, someone capable of traveling through time to deliver important messages that may change destinies. When she arrives to Colonial times, she […]

Book Review: The Summer Marked (The Winter People) by Rebekah L. Purdy

Book Review: The Summer Marked (The Winter People) by Rebekah L. Purdy

The Good…: The Summer Marked is the sequel to Rebekah L. Purdy’s Winter People. I never read the first novel, but I assume this novel picks up not too long after the first. Salome has left our world with her Fae boyfriend Gareth to the Kingdom of Summer. But instead of the happily-ever-after she believed […]

Book Review: Hunter by Mercedes Lackey

Book Review: Hunter by Mercedes Lackey

Hunter is another dystopian fantasy series in which a young girl must save the world, and battle an evil government. Joy is a Hunter, someone trained to hunt the creatures of legend, fables, and nightmares everywhere. She spent most of her life secluded at a monastery on a mountain top after the world fell into […]

Book Review: Nightwalker (The World of Nightwalkers Series) by Jacquelyn Frank

Book Review: Nightwalker (The World of Nightwalkers Series) by Jacquelyn Frank

The Good…: When I requested this book from NetGalley, I wasn’t aware that it was the fifth book in a series that was spun-off another series with five books written. Having said that, it took me a while to get into the story. Author Jacquelyn Frank does get the reader up to speed about what […]

Book Review: Blood and Metal (A Dark Desires Novel) by Nina Croft

Book Review: Blood and Metal (A Dark Desires Novel) by Nina Croft

The Good… Blood and Metal is the fifth book in author Nina Croft’s Blood Hunter and Dark Desires series. In this book, Daisy, one of the crew members of “The Blood Hunter,” gets a second chance at love when her old flame Fergal staggers into her life. This is the first novel I’ve read in […]