Tag Archives: young adult

Claim to Faim


Claim to Fame is a coming of age story with a paranormal twist. I recommend this book for readers who enjoy speculative fiction that causes you to think. Continue reading

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Magic Thief : Found


I really enjoyed the Magic Thief : Found. Sarah Prineas is a talent to watch out for. Continue reading

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Songs to Make You Smile


Songs to Make You Smile by Natsuki Takaya is an anthology of short stories mostly written when the mangaka was still honing her craft. I bought Songs to Make You Smile because I love the mangaka’s other work. It did not disappoint. Continue reading

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Mistwood


Mistwood by Leah Cypess is a young adult fantasy novel. I recommend this story to anyone who enjoys a fantasy. It should also appeal to readers who like historical fiction and are not averse to the paranormal. Continue reading

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Num8ers


Num8ers by Rachel Ward is a science fiction novel for young adults set in the not so distant future. In fact, if you wait a few months,┬áit will become a historical novel with some paranormal elements! The main character is … Continue reading

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The Short Second Life of Bree Tanner


The Short Second Life of Bree Tanner is pretty good. It is written from the point of view of one of the newborn vampires created by an enemy of Edward and Bella in the third book, Eclipse. She is a loner who doesn’t trust the other vampires that she’s running with. Continue reading

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Magic Thief


The Magic Thief by Sarah Prineas is a fantastic coming of age story twisted together with ribbons of magic and mystery. Continue reading

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