Category: Reviews

Shadow Bound by Rachel Vincent Review: Two opposing gang members fall in love

Shadow Bound by Rachel Vincent Review: Two opposing gang members fall in love

After giving Blood Bound (the first book) a three star rating, due to heaps of world building and character development (and not enough action), I was certain that this one would be a better title. That’s usually characteristic of urban fantasy; after you’ve gotten the setting after the way, they usually get better as the […]

September 14, 2012 | 0 Comments
The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern Review: Majestic circus, not sure about the rest

The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern Review: Majestic circus, not sure about the rest

The Night Circus is an amazing evocative title with rich descriptions of a Carnival that comes to town. Under the surface however, it’s basically a mysterious competition between two wizards pitting two apprentices against each other. The terms of the competition are vague, yet both Celia and Marco participate for over 16 years across the […]

August 28, 2012 | 0 Comments
Alien Tango by Gini Koch Review: Meet Alliflash and Gingatagator

Alien Tango by Gini Koch Review: Meet Alliflash and Gingatagator

Katherine “Kitty” Katt is the Commander of the Airborne Centaurian Division, which is a group of extremely good-looking Alpha-Cetaurians (or A-C’s) who use their powers to save the world. It’s been five months since “Operation Fugly” and Kitty is happily dating Martini, her sexy A-C boyfriend who is also a high-ranking Commander. However, with a […]

August 18, 2012 | 0 Comments
Carnival of Secrets by Melissa Marr Review: Daimons and witches

Carnival of Secrets by Melissa Marr Review: Daimons and witches

Melissa Marr’s Carnival of Secrets is an intoxicating journey into a fantastical world called The City, where daimons and witches reside. Every generation, The City offers its inhabitants an opportunity to join the ruling elite through the Carnival of Souls. Plagued by an unforgiving caste system, the Carnival gives fighters a beacon of hope – and the […]

August 13, 2012 | 2 Comments