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Month: September 2013

Young Adult

Vivian Versus the Apocalypse

Vivian was never a Believer but her parents were. The morning after The Rapture. She returns home to find two holes in the ceiling and her parents gone. Not knowing what to believe any more, she turns to her friends as America starts to fall…

Non-Fiction

Rabid

Rabies is one of history’s most feared and most misunderstood diseases. Despite its eradication in first world dogs, it still lives on in wild animals and in the developing world. And there is still no cure. From the battlefields of the Iliad to 21st century…

Fantasy, Young Adult

The Iron Daughter

The Iron Daughter is the second book in the Iron Fey series and therefore this review may contain spoilers for the previous book. Meghan made her bargain with the fey. Now she must present herself to the Unseelie court and whatever fate may lie there….

5 Star, Fantasy

Tempt the Stars

Tempt the Stars is the 6th book in the Cassie Palmer series and therefore this review may contain spoilers for the previous books. Since her coronation (the one she wasn’t invited to) Cassie Palmer has had a string of supernaturals knocking at her door. But…

Books In

Incoming!

AKA Showcase Sunday Behold my powers of resistance. This is two weeks’ worth of books (I know!) including two pre-orders from the fantastic Hot Key Books and a NetGalley invite. So really I only went out my way to get the one book; Katya’s War….

Young Adult

Boy Meets Boy

Paul’s had plenty of boyfriends but when he meets Noah, he knows they could be something special. They’ve both been hurt in the past but this is the perfect new beginning. But Paul’s friends’ lives are in disarray. Can he help them and have time…

Science Fiction

Shift

Shift is the sequel to Wool and therefore this review may contain spoilers for the previous book. 2345: The human race is living underground. How did we get there and will the world above ever be hospitable again? Like Wool, Shift was originally published as…