Tag: Dystopia

Hunter – Mercedes Lackey

Hunter – Mercedes Lackey

A Joint-Review In accordance with current FTC Guidelines, please let it be known this book was received through NetGalley in exchange for a fair and honest review.    Kat C.’s Review: (2 Stars) I snagged an early copy of this book because I am a long-standing fan of Mercedes Lackey. Her Valdemar series was my first adult-fantasy-fiction book […]

Snow Like Ashes – Sara Raasch

Snow Like Ashes – Sara Raasch

Winter Is Coming… 4 Stars! Snow Like Ashes is a blizzard of magic, romance and plot twists, that blends together into one hell of a debut! A Quick Summary: For everything that this book is, it’s not difficult to sum up. Essentially, one kingdom (Spring) has taken over another kingdom (Winter), and enslaved it’s people; few individuals escaped, […]

The Gracekeepers – Kirsty Logan

The Gracekeepers – Kirsty Logan

  In accordance with current FTC Guidelines, please let it be known this book was received through GoodReads First Reads in exchange for a fair and honest review. A spectacle of a book…. 4 Stars! The Gracekeepers is a perfect blending of Scottish & Celtic myth’s within a futuristic, post-apocalyptic, society.  A Quick Summary:  The years have gone by, and Earth as we know it […]

Allegiant – Veronica Roth

Allegiant – Veronica Roth

    Review: After the reading of Insurgent, I was worried but hopeful to read Allegiant, and I can honestly say it was not a disappointment. Taking place immediately after the events of the last book, Allegiant presented some classic themes in unique and interesting ways. The ability to relate to the main characters, which was lacking in Insurgent, was […]

Insurgent – Veronica Roth

Insurgent – Veronica Roth

  Review: Insurgent is the next book in the Divergent Series, but in my opinion, not as good as the first. Set immediately after the events of Divergent, Insurgent was a whole new breed, primarily because I had a much more difficult time relating to the main character Tris. Even though Tris faced many difficult decisions that I agreed […]