Hex Hall by Rachel Hawkins: Book Review

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This was so much fun! I devoured it. Sophie is clumsy and goofy and funny and just so relatable to every girl who wasn’t part of the beautiful mean girl crowd in high school. Jenna is adorable. How can you dislike a vampire whose favorite color is hot pink? The pacing of the mystery is spot-on and while I had theories that got a […]

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Sisters Red by Jackson Pearce: Book Review

Scarlett March was horribly scarred when she defended her younger sister from a Fenris (werewolf) when they were both young. They lost their beloved grandmother in the same attack. With guidance from the local woodsman, Pa Reynolds, and with Silas Reynolds as a partner, the March sisters become deadly Fenris hunters. Now that the girls Continue Reading…

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Ash by Malinda Lo: Book Review

Ash is a re-telling of Cinderella, with more fairies and no fairy godmother. The style this is written in is not a style for me. It feels true to what I remember of the original Grimm’s fairy tales, but that doesn’t mean I like it. It’s all third person, watching Ash do her thing, with Continue Reading…

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