Monthly Archives: March 2015

Reboot by Amy Tintera

Some time in the not too distant future, a virus sweeps across America.  It can be deadly but isn’t always.  Those who die sometimes come back as “Reboots,” especially the young.  Broken bones now heal in minutes, senses are faster, … Continue reading

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Valor’s Choice by Tanya Huff

Staff Sergeant Torin Kerr is the baddest of bad asses.  She strictly follows military protocol but can make a general feel like an idiot and a new second lieutenant toe her line while doing so.  She is competent and smart … Continue reading

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Indigo Springs by A.M. Dellamonica

Upon his death, Astrid Lethewood’s father, Albert, left her a house she never knew he owned.  She, like everybody else, thought he was the town wastrel, spending his wife’s money on booze and things from junk shops.  Still, Astrid loved … Continue reading

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The Raven Boys by Maggie Stiefvater

I’m going to try hard to be objective and coherent in this review, but I make no promises because I love this book to a ridiculous degree and it’s hard not to just post, “ZOMG I LOVE IT, READ IT … Continue reading

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The Young Elites by Marie Lu

I read Marie Lu’s Legends trilogy and was largely “eh” about it.  They weren’t the worst written thing I’d ever read, but they weren’t terribly creative and the characters were boring.  But when I saw Ms. Lu had written the first book … Continue reading

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