Tag: Young Adult

The Valiant – Lesley Livingston

The Valiant – Lesley Livingston

  A Victorious Debut — 4 Stars!  The Valiant combines the action and adventure of ancient Rome with kick-ass female gladiators; seriously, what more could you want?! A Quick Summary:  This is the story of Fallon, princess and daughter to a Celtic King, who is captured, enslaved and taken away from her homeland. Instead of […]

A Whole New World – Liz Braswell

A Whole New World – Liz Braswell

Posted February 8, 2016 by Treavor G. in 3 Stars, Fantasy, Genres, Ratings, Reviews, Romance / 0 Comments

  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.  Phenomenal Cosmic Potential, Itty Bitty Realization…2.5 Stars! A darker take on a cherished tale that will leave you wishing for something more. A couple of notes before the actual review. For one, […]

The Heartbreakers – Ali Novak

The Heartbreakers – Ali Novak

Posted August 5, 2015 by Treavor G. in 4 Stars, Genres, Ratings, Reviews, Romance / 0 Comments

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. Summer Lovin’; 4 stars!  The Heartbreakers is a fun and entertaining read in spite of its emotionally laden plot.  A Quick Summary: So before we actually begin, let me be upfront and honest. The only […]

The Novice – Taran Matharu

The Novice – Taran Matharu

Posted July 21, 2015 by Treavor G. in 5 Stars, Fantasy, Genres, Ratings, Reviews / 0 Comments

Can we go higher than 5 stars?  Harry Potter + Pokémon + The Golden Compass =  Utterly Amazing! The Novice! A Quick Summary:  After an unfortunate incident occurs, Fletcher, the blacksmith’s apprentice, discovers that he has the ability to summon demons; a coveted ability in a world filled with war. Fletcher soon makes his way to the Vocan Military Academy […]

Flowers In The Attic – V.C. Andrews

Flowers In The Attic – V.C. Andrews

  Money is what makes the world go round, or at least that’s what Corrine Dollanganger told her four children when they had to leave their house for foreclosure after her husband’s death, and return to her childhood home. She promised the children that, because of her father’s lack of knowledge of their existence, they would […]