Book Review: The Vengeful Half (The Hidden Lands Book 1) by Jaclyn Dolamore

Book Review: The Vengeful Half (The Hidden Lands Book 1) by Jaclyn Dolamore

Olivia has grown up in hiding with her mother warning her about the Hidden Lands, but when her mother's past catches up with her, Olivia finally gets to travel there herself. Even though Alfred is the heir to the family who wants to use her mother for her potion-making skills, Olivia still puts her trust in him, as well as some other new people in her life. While Alfred tries to decide what to do...
 
Book Review: No One Dies in the Garden of Syn (The Garden of Syn Book 1) by Michael Seidelman

Book Review: No One Dies in the Garden of Syn (The Garden of Syn Book 1) by Michael Seidelman

Syn has spent her whole life struggling with cystic fibrosis, until one day she's pushed into a pond and wakes up in a strange place called "the garden" where illness doesn't exist and she can live symptom-free, but the longer she stays, the more danger she finds. She wants to get home, but, when she realizes this place might have something to do with her parents' disappearance, she's determined...
 
Book Review: Withered + Sere (Immemorial Year Book 1) by TJ Klune

Book Review: Withered + Sere (Immemorial Year Book 1) by TJ Klune

The world is still in ruins 100 years after a catastrophic event. Cavalo, unable to handle his own demons, is going insane and spends most of his time in an abandoned prison with his dog and a robot as his best friends. But one day he crosses to the other side of the forest where a cannibalistic group of people known as the Dead Rabbits lives and ends up taking one of them, a mute psychopath,...
 
Book Review: Tone Deaf by Olivia Rivers

Book Review: Tone Deaf by Olivia Rivers

Ali, a former child prodigy at piano, has been deaf, using ASL and lip reading to get by, for seven years. But when her best friend drags her to a concert for a band whose music Ali has never even heard, she ends up winning the raffle to go backstage and meet the leader singer, Jace. Their first meeting doesn't go well, but, when he asks her to come back the next day and then notices her bruises,...
 
Book Review: Drown by Esther Dalseno

Book Review: Drown by Esther Dalseno

The little mermaid never felt like she fit in with her beauty-obsessed, emotionless, underwater world, so, when she finally gets to go to the surface and falls in love with a beautiful, depressed prince, she eventually decides to trade her voice for legs and start a new life at the palace. But, while she discovers the joys and pains of love, relationships, and humanity above ground, a mysterious...