The Fate of Destiny by Danielle Bourdon My rating: 4 of 5 stars Why would a girl feel compelled to write stories about people she's never met? (I don't mean novelists!) From the time she learned to write, Farris can't help but write. By the time she's almost eighteen, she has stacks of papers piled … Continue reading The Fate of Destiny by Danielle Bourdon – Book Review
Summer of the Wolves by Lisa Williams Kline My rating: 4 of 5 stars Although I don't read much in the way of Young Adult (especially the very-young kind) I couldn't help but falling in love with this story and the girls, so much so that my often angst-ridden early teen years floated to surface … Continue reading Summer of the Wolves by Lisa Williams Kline – Book Review
As I’ve grown up, many of my interests have fallen by the wayside. No, I’m not on a self-actualized quest to become a jack-of-all-trades. I’ve just outgrown certain things, or they decided to outgrow me first. Tennis turned into keeping my kids from bouncing off the walls. Horseback riding was a tad to risky to … Continue reading Library-Lubber, Yes I Am!
Gravity by Abigail Boyd My rating: 3 of 5 stars Gravity is a YA paranormal tale with a side of romance (though perfectly PG) that takes a little while to get started. It does however, have an interesting plot and complex characters. There are little tidbits of paranormal, but they are more like hints in … Continue reading Gravity by Abigail Boyd – Book Review
Anathema by Megg Jensen My rating: 4 of 5 stars Anathema is a well-written, fast paced YA fantasy that hooks you into the story from the very first page. I read a great deal of paranormal books, but I seldom stray into the land of Fantasy. I'm logical-brained and usually it takes too much for … Continue reading Anathema by Megg Jensen – Book Review
Dead Girl Walking by Linda Joy Singleton My rating: 4 of 5 stars Great YA book with unique plotting and interesting characters. Imagine, being stuck in a body that doesn't belong to you! It's not just for the younger crowd though. As an adult with interests in paranormal and other unexplored possibilities, I will definitely … Continue reading Mini Book Review – Dead Girl Walking
The Book of Lost Souls by Michelle Muto My rating: 4 of 5 stars I was pulled to this book multiple times by the fantastic cover alone, and the description on Amazon clinched it for me. For less than the cost of a latte, I was treated to a great paranormal YA read. I do … Continue reading The Book of Lost Souls (Michelle Muto) – Book Review