Book Review: Peter Darling by Austin Chant

Growing up as a girl named Wendy, Peter never felt like himself, so he ran away to Neverland where he could be a boy but returned home when he missed his family, even though they never accepted who he was. Ten years later, he's back in Neverland, ready to lead his Lost Boys and fight some pirates, only to discover that things have changed, Neverland isn't quite what he thought, and he just may be...
 

Book Review: The Key to Erebus (Les Corbeaux: The French Vampire Legend Book 1) by Emma V. Leech & Roisin O’Connor

Jehenne has recently moved in with her grandmother in France and is shocked to discover that not only are all sorts of supernatural creatures real, she herself is a powerful witch. Her first meeting with the mysterious and dangerous vampire Corvus doesn't go well, neither does the second when he tries to kill her, but she soon finds herself drawn to him and pulled deeper into the supernatural...
 

Book Review: Dead End (Duncan Andrews Thrillers Book 4) by Stephen Osborne

When Robbie's cousin calls Duncan with a ghost problem, Duncan takes the case, figuring it'll be another simple spirit banishment---until the serial killer ghost nearly kills Duncan and nearly drains Robbie of all his energy. Meanwhile, Duncan finds out some unsettling news about his best friend Gina's new boyfriend that could put her in danger, and he still hasn't given up on trying to fix his...
 

Book Review: Peter Pan by J.M. Barrie

When Peter Pan, the boy who never grows up, shows up one night, Wendy, Michael, and John all fly away with him to Neverland. Wendy becomes the mother for all the boys, and they have all sorts of adventures with Peter and his Lost Boys. But Captain Hook has a special vendetta against Peter, and they will have to fight him if Wendy and her brothers are ever to get back...
 

Book Review: Blackwell (Magnus Blackwell Book 1) by Alexandrea Weis with Lucas Astor

Jacob O'Connor, a poor orphan boy attending school on scholarship, and Magnus Blackwell, a wealthy New Englander from a well-known family, become unlikely friends when they meet at Harvard in the architecture program, but that friendship becomes rocky when Jacob gets the girl Magnus wants. Magnus goes to New Orleans to distance himself but is unable to move on from his desire for revenge and...
 

Book Review: Rogue Magic by Kit Brisby

Byron, the PR rep for Cole Industries (an anti-magic company that makes magic-suppressing bands and that's about to break new ground by using magic as a clean energy source), has always believed the outlaw of magic was necessary and that his uncle's company was doing good things---until one day an unregistered mage saves his life only to labeled a terrorist. As Byron delves deeper into his moral...
 

Book Review: Unfolding by Jonathan Friesen

Jonah is a senior in high school, he struggles with both epilepsy and severe scoliosis, and he has feelings for his best friend, the beautiful and prophetic Stormi. But things suddenly start getting stranger and Jonah is swept away on an adventure out of town with Stormi that changes Jonah's perspective and brings to light secrets their small Oklahoma town has been...
 

Book Review: Swallow You Whole (Swallow You Whole Book 1) by Jasper Black

When demons Henry and James both accidentally claim the same soul, an auditor shows up to determine which one of them has the rightful claim and which will be chained up in Hell. Henry, desperate to avoid that punishment, comes up with a scheme that involves the three of them to work together, along with two humans, in order to get more souls to feed on than ever before. Unfortunately for them,...
 

Book Review: A Face without a Heart by Rick R. Reed

When Gary says one day that he would trade his soul in order to stay young forever and let the hologram his friend and artist Liam created bear the signs of his age and life, he doesn't expect that wish to come true, but that's exactly what happens. He attempts to immerse himself in parties, drugs, sex, and the finest things money can buy, but, in doing so, loses his humanity, and by the time he...
 

Book Review: The Boy in Her Dreams (The Girl in Between Book 2) by Laekan Zea Kemp

Now that Roman has his memories back, he feels broken and guilty and struggles to come to terms with the person he was and what his life has become, and in doing so he pushes Bryn away. Meanwhile, since Bryn's KLS is getting worse, she decides to go to Germany to try a new treatment. But the two soon realize that Bryn's illness isn't quite what it seems, their meeting definitely wasn't...