Review: Gone, by Leona Deakin

If you want a book that will guarantee you won't sleep at night (and will make you extremely paranoid to boot) then today is your lucky day. That is to say, I loved it. Gone is as twisted and dark as the villains it writes about, and will keep you on tenterhooks from start to finish. It's …

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Review: The Sword and the Dagger, by Robert Cochran

Roll up, roll up for some good old-fashioned historical fun! We're going all the way back to the Middle East during the time of the Crusades, for an adventure to the court of Genghis Khan... This book had all the makings of a historical epic. What it turned out to be instead was something a …

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The Long-Awaited Review: The Kingdom, by Jess Rothenburg

Yay for sci-fi fantasy stories that have strong and unusual heroines! I adored the Westworld TV series, and to be fair, it was only a matter of time before somebody adapted the idea for a book. A YA book. A YA book that is also Disney-themed. In short, what more could you want from any story, ever? …

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