Publisher: Crown

Holiday Gift Guide: Gryffindor Stories

Posted December 14, 2018 by Madalyn / 6 Comments
Holiday Gift Guide: Gryffindor Stories

Hi, everyone! As I’m sure you all have noticed, the holiday season is upon us. I always try to do some sort of bookish holiday gift guide on the blog, and for this year’s, I decided to recommend books to each Hogwarts House that I feel fit the characteristics of that House. I’ve wanted to do a series of book recommendations based on Hogwarts Houses for a while, and what better time than now, when you can add these to your holiday wishlist? (This was partially inspired by Rachel @ Rec-It Rachel’s holiday gift guide this year, which I’ve been loving.) Here are my recommendations for Ravenclaw, Slytherin, and Hufflepuff, in case you missed them! Today, I’m wrapping up my Hogwarts House Gift Guide […]

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The Roanoke Girls by Amy Engel

Posted February 20, 2017 by Christy / 1 Comment
The Roanoke Girls by Amy Engel

Before I say anything else, let me say this. This book is seriously dark and it will not be for everyone. The things that happen in this book are disgusting and the fact that everyone acted like it was no biggie made this a very difficult read for me and it’s something that will turn a lot of readers off. With that being said, the writing and the mystery is what kept me going even though I was seriously disgusted with most of these characters. It’s no secret that I loved Engels YA duology, The Book of Ivy, so when I saw another book with her name on it, I immediately added it to my TBR without first reading the […]

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Blog Tour Spotlight || The Wolf Road: Beth Lewis

Posted August 2, 2016 by Erica / 2 Comments
Blog Tour Spotlight || The Wolf Road: Beth Lewis

Praise for The Wolf Road “An unrelenting psychological thriller of wilderness survival wrapped in a terrifying hide-and-seek game of trying to escape an unspeakable past. … Fans of suspense with a touch of horror will be pulled into Elka’s intense struggle to find peace and redemption as the whole truth is finally revealed.” —Booklist on The Wolf Road “Arresting…[an] odyssey that highlights the striking wilderness landscape and Elka’s grit.” —Publishers Weekly on The Wolf Road “A white-knuckle trip through a gritty, frightening, and all-too-plausible post-apocalypse. You won’t know whether to root for or be afraid of heroine Elka, and you won’t be able to put the book down.” —Paul Tremblay, author of A Head Full of Ghosts  “A remarkable first novel that drew me in […]

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