Category: Reviews

Pretty Dark Nothing by Heather Reid Review: Dark demons get absorbed in high school drama

Pretty Dark Nothing by Heather Reid Review: Dark demons get absorbed in high school drama

Pretty Dark Nothing came with an interesting premise, a dark story about demons invading a high school school girl named Quinn. Upon starting the book however, it was evident that the dark, disturbing whispers in the night was only a side story to the high school drama that prevailed. Quinn was a really annoying teenager […]

April 20, 2013 | 7 Comments
Twice Tempted by Jeaniene Frost Review: Sizzling Vlad and fiesty Leila kick vampire butt

Twice Tempted by Jeaniene Frost Review: Sizzling Vlad and fiesty Leila kick vampire butt

Vlad Tepes, the Prince of Darkness, also known as Dracula himself, is one of the sexiest vampires there is. Besides his passion, bedroom talk and alpha male possessiveness, Vlad is a scary and powerful vampire Lord who lives in a castle and controls a huge following of vampires. Jeaniene Frost does not disappoint us with […]

April 12, 2013 | 1 Comment
Prodigy by Marie Lu Review: Heart shattering, ground breaking sequel

Prodigy by Marie Lu Review: Heart shattering, ground breaking sequel

Finishing Prodigy gave me goosebumps. I mean after building up the emotions throughout two books, this major cliffhanger happens? No, this can’t be the end. That just shows you how attached I got to both June and Day. These two are amazing characters that the whole series underpins itself on, and boy, are they fascinating […]

April 4, 2013 | 9 Comments
Mark of the Princess Review by B.C. Morin: Feisty Faerie yields mysterious powers

Mark of the Princess Review by B.C. Morin: Feisty Faerie yields mysterious powers

Mark of the Princess is a whimsical fairy tale that reaches out and sucks you in to the enchanting world full of princes, faerie princesses, magic, trolls and other creatures. The story follows Princess Alannah, a feisty faerie destined to wield mysterious powers but has not learnt how to harness them yet. She’s accompanied by […]

March 12, 2013 | 5 Comments
Endlessly by Kiersten White Review: Bringing down the corrupt

Endlessly by Kiersten White Review: Bringing down the corrupt

Evie has come a long way since we first met her in Paranormalcy (book 1) where she worked for the  International Paranormal Containment Agency (IPCA) and was just beginning to figure out her dark past that was entertwined with a faerie prophecy. As she learns the truth about herself, we experience Evie’s betrayal as she discovers […]

February 23, 2013 | 2 Comments
Touch the Dark by Karen Chance Review: Too much, too soon

Touch the Dark by Karen Chance Review: Too much, too soon

Wow, finishing that book was a chore. Time travel, a seer who possesses bodies in different times, vampires with dark curls, vamp politics, mages, ghosts, mafia – what just happened?! Most of the book is seriously just Cassandra surrounded by vamps in a room talking about politics and stuff. There is nothing more frustrating than […]

February 17, 2013 | 3 Comments