Saga, Volume 1 by Brian K. Vaughan (Writer), Fiona Staples (Artist)
Publication Date: October 10th, 2012
Publisher: Image Comics
Genre(s): Graphic Novel, Science Fiction, Fantasy, Adult
Series Status: Collects Saga issues #1 to #6
Format and Source: Paperback, Bought
Rating: 5 out of 5
Synopsis from Goodreads:
When two soldiers from opposite sides of a never-ending galactic war fall in love, they risk everything to bring a fragile new life into a dangerous old universe.
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Author: Rose M. Channing
Published on: July 23rd 2014
Genre: Young Adult Fantasy
Synopsis (via Goodreads):
Ellie and Savannah Senka, fourteen year old twins, ran away from their unhappy homes, thinking they’d return after a brief adventure. Together, they journey to another world. The new world is full of magic, but though it was once beautiful, it is damaged, unbalanced, and dangerous after a terrible storm.
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I received The Muse in exchange for an honest review
It’s inevitable that Jessie Burton’s new novel, The Muse, will be compared wth her smash-hit debut, The Miniaturist. And I seem to be in the minority in thinking that this novel is better than her first. It’s certainly cemented Jessie Burton as my my current favourite historical fiction writer. The Muse effortlessly brings to life other eras, cultures and life-like, three-dimensional characters, all wrapped in up luscious descriptions and a gripping plot which had me completely hooked. Not to mention, another stunner of a cover too.
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I was approved Beside Myself by Ann Morgan on NetGalley, and was quite excited to start reading, and I must say it did not disappoint! An interesting storyline concept written exquisitely well!
Below is my review, plus a sneaky peak at the front cover and description and places to buy:
About The Book
‘Beside Myself’ by Ann Morgan
Beside Myself is a literary thriller about identical twins, Ellie and Helen, who swap places aged six. At first it is just a game, but then Ellie refuses to swap back.
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TITLE: Zero (Zero #1)
AUTHOR: Morgan Dark
GENRE: YA Thriller
PUBLICATION DATE: June 28, 2016 by Rubiños, 1860
AMAZON | GOODREADS
A baffling robber.
A mystery hidden for years.
And an elite boarding school where no one is who they say they are.
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I was contacted by the author of this book and sent a review copy in exchange for a honest review.
I must say I was a little apprehensive about this book. I had never heard anything about this author or the book. As I started reading I thought I may have made a mistake in agreeing to do a review.
It started kinda slow and I was having a hard time getting into the book. Before long that all changed and I was totally enthralled and wanting more. This book starts the story of Raine and Rennick Sherrill, twins that find out they have some great powers and maybe even a greater destiny than they could ever imagine.
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Title: Extraordinary Means
Author: Robyn Schneider
Publisher: Katherine Tegen Books
Publication date: May 26, 2015
Goodreads / Author’s website / Author’s twitter
I picked this book up purely because the cover font and color scheme was gorgeous. I am a shallow person when it comes to book covers catching my eye. The fact that this was somewhat alternate-universe and slightly speculative, along with being a YA romantic dark comedy of sorts was secondary. But I’m glad that’s what it ended up being about!
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First in a “spellbinding”* new series about a coven of witches living in L.A., from Amber Benson, author of the Calliope Reaper-Jones novels.
Unbeknownst to most of humankind, a powerful network of witches thrives within the shadows of society, using magic to keep the world in balance. But the witches are being eliminated—and we will all pay if their power falls…
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Ivy Meadows is such a fun character. I love the person that she is. She is an actress and hopes to make it big some day, but she really likes helping out her Uncle Bob solve mysteries. In this book she and her Uncle are hired to find the thieves that are working the cruise line. They go undercover.
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What if you didn’t know where you came from?
Who am I?
This is the question Josie asks herself when a mysterious letter arrives. Then a brutal murder turns her world upside down.
To make sense of the present, Josie must go back to the start.
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