Tag Archive: Magic

Book Review: You Are Everything by Karen Rivers

ashley | You Are The Everything by Karen Rivers felt like it might be written for a younger age group than me, but there was something about it that was really appealing and… Continue reading

ARC Book Review: An Easy Death by Charlaine Harris

ashley | I am mighty surprised to find myself having read another Charlaine Harris book. I’ve kind of grown out of my obsession with the vampire/werewolf/supernatural female driven YA books turned movie/tv show… Continue reading

Book Review: The Wicked Deep by Shea Ernshaw

ashley | I couldn’t pass up a chance to read The Wicked Deep by Shea Ernshaw. I mean, look at that cover! It’s so pretty. And that magical theme is woven throughout the… Continue reading

Book Review: Dawn Study by Maria V. Snyder

ashley | I have been such a fan of the Study books, Maria V. Snyder was one of the first YA authors I stumbled onto and she kind of paved a way for my… Continue reading

ARC Book Review: The Tethered Mage by Melissa Caruso

​ashley | ​The Tethered Mage by Melissa Caruso felt magical from the moment I saw that beautiful cover. I was cautiously optimistic with the premise and love discovering new up and coming authors,… Continue reading

ARC Book Review: The Glass Spare by Lauren DeStefano

ashley | I have immensely enjoyed a number of books by Lauren DeStefano, so I was really excited to pick up The Glass Spare. The premise sounded intriguing, though a little familiar, and I was looking forward to… Continue reading

ARC Book Review: The Rules of Magic by Alice Hoffman

ashley | I haven’t read Practical Magic by Alice Hoffman, but I was bewitched by its prequel, The Rules of Magic, before I even knew what it was. The cover is beautiful and the story sounded intriguing… Continue reading

Book Review: The Plague Diaries by Ronlyn Domingue

ashley | Ronlyn Domingue has taken me on a wondrous adventure with her Keeper of Tales Trilogy. Not only is the story interesting, but Domingue’s writing is expressive in such a unique way, each book taking on… Continue reading

Book Review: A Million Junes by Emily Henry

ashley | I was absolutely smitten with Emily Henry’s The Love That Split The World before I even read it. Similarly, I knew I had to read A Million Junes as soon as humanly possible, and pre-ordered it… Continue reading