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Month: May 2014

Fantasy

Tinder

Tinder is a retelling of the Hans Christian Anderson tale, The Tinderbox, told through the eyes of a soldier who walked away from the horrors of war. The original tale had a soldier too, but in true fairy tale fashion,…

Fantasy

Beauty

Beauty is a retelling of Sleeping Beauty interwoven with several other fairy tales. It is deemed that the prince needs an adventure and a wife, but he needs some protection so he’s sent off with the Huntsman. On their travels…

Non-Fiction

The Man Who Couldn’t Stop

A lot of people have misconceptions about what OCD is. Often, they are confusing it with OCPD, where we think of people being overly clean and keeping everything in order. Those with OCPD don’t see it as irrational behaviour. OCD…

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Hidden

Hidden is a novella in the Women of the Otherworld series and chronologically falls after Frostbitten. Therefore this review may contain character spoilers for previous books in the series. Elena and Clay want their very own family Christmas. They’ve rented…

Young Adult

Fracture

The first time I died, I didn’t see God. Delaney’s on track to become class valedictorian and she’s best of friends with the boy next door, Decker. They’ve played manhunt every winter, usually dressed in white but she no longer…

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Q+A with Kim Curran

If you could only have six words on the blurb for Glaze, what would they be? ARGH! So tough. So I’m going to cheat and use James Dawson’s quote for it: “A chillingly realistic social media nightmare” Petri’s namesake is…

Books In

Incoming!

AKA Showcase Sunday I went a whole week with no new books (I’m not counting the 2 extras I got from the Humble Bundle – but was great to get the second volume of Saga for no extra money). I…