Tagged: YA

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Review ~~ The Sky Weaver (Iskari #3) by Kristen Ciccarelli

Rating:   The Sky Weaver (Iskari #3) by Kristen Ciccarelli (Goodreads Author) At the end of one world, there always lies another. Safire, a soldier, knows her role in this world is to serve the King of Firgaard—helping to maintain the peace in her oft-troubled nation. Eris, a deadly pirate, has no such conviction. Known as the Death Dancer for her ability to evade even the most determined of pursuers, she possesses a superhuman power to move between worlds. When one can roam from dimension to dimension, can one ever be home? Can love and loyalty truly exist? Now Safire...

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#Review #YA #Fantasy #FiveBlushReview ~ The Caged Queen by Kristen Ciccarelli

Rating: THE CAGED QUEEN ALEX’S 5 BLUSH REVIEW   As much as I enjoyed The Last Namsara, I LOVED The Caged Queen.  I could not put this book down and read the majority of it in a day. Not only did it give insight into Asha’s fate after  The Last Namsara, but it continued the story of other characters in the book.  Roa and Dax had such an interesting relationship, and I enjoyed reading about their history. While this book had less dragons and a different kind of magic from The Last Namsara, both were still present and there was the...

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#NowLive #Review ~~ Drummer Girl by Ginger Scott #5BlushAlert

Stephanie’s 5 Blush Up All Night Review “We all have lakes we dive into sometimes.” Drummer Girl encompasses everything that fans of Ginger Scott love! It is filled with love, angst, drama, joy, coping and struggles. Mental illness is a strong part of this story, and Ginger tackles it in a comprehensive and meaningful way. I was also pleasantly surprised at the more mature YA storyline.  Arizona (Ari) Wakefield lives an organized and predictable life. Her outlet is playing drums in the high school drumline. It is her release. But life changes when her new neighbor Jesse Barringer arrives. As...

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#ThrowbackThursday~~ Slow Dance in Purgatory and Prom Night in Purgatory by Amy Harmon #PNR

Rating: Slow Dance in Purgatory Synopsis: The hallways are empty, the school day long over, the din of lockers and youthful laughter have dissolved into silence. It’s as if the very walls are waiting. And then through the intercom a song starts to crackle, the soundtrack of a forgotten life. And the band begins to sing – “Lovely Maggie falls for Johnny, a boy no one else can see. Heartthrob Johnny, 50s bad boy, trapped for eternity. Lonely boy and lonely girl, unsolved mystery. Maggie and Johnny, only high school sweethearts, because Johnny can’t ever leave. Do wop, Do wop..”...