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Corruption by Jessica Shirvington Review: Taking M-Corp Down

Corruption by Jessica Shirvington Review: Taking M-Corp Down

The smashing conclusion to the hit sci-fi series where relationships with others are dictated by M-band technology was exhilarating and action-packed. Corruption picks up exactly where Disruption left off, without a recap of events or people. It all comes back quickly though, with Maggie’s kick ass attitude, her smarmy best friend Gus and the betrayed lover Quentin all […]

November 5, 2014 | 29 Comments
Falling into Place by Amy Zhang Review: The science of a suicide attempt

Falling into Place by Amy Zhang Review: The science of a suicide attempt

Falling into Place is like the readable version of Tease. I couldn’t get through Tease, purely because it was from the perspective of a bully who drove someone to suicide. In this book, we get different perspectives both from the bully herself, her friends, her boyfriend and guy who is crushing on her. While there were many cliches, what […]

October 6, 2014 | 42 Comments
Murder of Crows by Anne Bishop Review: Family of Monsters & a Blood Prophet

Murder of Crows by Anne Bishop Review: Family of Monsters & a Blood Prophet

After the fantastically unique urban fantasy Written in Red, I am pleased to say that The Murder of Crows lived up to the first book and delves even deeper into a world where monsters co-exist with humans….but only barely. In Murder of Crows, The Others or the terra indigene are struggling to maintain control with the humans, as one […]

June 30, 2014 | 55 Comments
The Chaos of Stars by Kiersten White Review: Egyptian gods & goddesses with angst

The Chaos of Stars by Kiersten White Review: Egyptian gods & goddesses with angst

The Chaos of the Stars is a book that I really wanted to love, but sadly didn’t. It is set in Egypt which is pretty much my favourite dream destination ever, and features Egyptian gods and goddesses, with the main character, Isadora as a daughter of Isis and Osiris. Unfortunately, something about the light, quirky re-imagining of […]

June 2, 2014 | 78 Comments
ARC Review: Panic by Lauren Oliver Review – Concerned parents need not apply

ARC Review: Panic by Lauren Oliver Review – Concerned parents need not apply

Panic is every parent’s worse nightmare. Teenagers risking their lives for a dangerous game, resulting in danger, death and destruction. From jumping off a high ridge, to starting house fires, blowing up cars, to a pot luck with a loaded gun, the stupidity prevails until the very last pages of the book. And for what? […]