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The Paper Magician

‘The Paper Magician’ Review – A Well-Timed Discovery

The Paper Magician came along at just the right time for me. I’m always looking for another good book to read. I find it very frustrating to endure reading a book that’s just not keeping my attention (see my post on abandoned books, or that’s written so poorly my eyes are in danger of falling […]


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Best of Maggie Stiefvater Books

Maggie Stiefvater (pronounced Steve-otter) is a brilliant young adult fiction author, who is becoming as beloved as Suzanne Collins (The Hunger Games) or John Green (The Fault in Our Stars). She is creating her own brand of fiction that is usually based in reality, but has a paranormal twist. Sometimes the fantasy nature of her novels begins […]


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The Woodcutter

‘The Woodcutter’ by Kate Danley, Review

Fairy tales are hot right now. If you don’t think so, check out your TV menu, which is full of Once Upon a Time, Grimm and movies like Snow White and the Huntsman. The Woodcutter, by Kate Danley, tells the story of, well, the Woodcutter, who is the steward of the forest. It’s his job to keep the […]


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Critical Failures

‘Critical Failures (Caverns and Creatures)’ Review

I picked this book up on a lark. Rarely have I been so entertained by something I knew nothing about when I purchased it. Critical Failures (Caverns and Creatures) by Robert Bevan is a comedy-laced fantasy. It was definitely written for a specific audience (the tabletop role playing crowd), but I think even someone with […]


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Fury of Desire

‘Dragonfury’ Series Review

I can’t stop reading the Dragonfury series. I’ve read all of the books in the series, but after I finished Fury of Desire, by Coreene Callahan, I had to go back to a few of my favorite scenes. After that, I went back to Fury of Seduction and re-read my favorite scenes from that installment. I can’t seem to leave […]


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