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The Girl Who Could Fly
Have you ever picked up a book and thought, "Hmm, that sounds interesting," then, upon reading it, think it's middle-ground, only to change your mind...more
Feb 21, 2010
Dec 14, 2010
Check out a guest post from PJ Hoover regarding the dystopian elements in SOLSTICE at my blog here!

Love them or hate them, dystopian novels are what’s...more
Jun 05, 2011
May 08, 2011
The Fairest of Them All
Last year when THE NEXT FULL MOON debuted, I was lucky enough to meet Carolyn Turgeon. She whispered secrets about how she was working on a book about...more
Apr 2013
Dec 02, 2012
The Hidden Sun (Bariwon, #1)
THE HIDDEN SUN is deceptive both in terms of its cover and its content. The cover is pretty typical fare for a fantasy novel involving knights and kin...more
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Oct 12, 2011
Juniper Berry
I love delving into worlds featuring the fantastic. If left up to me, life would be a fantasy...or a fairy tale. I love novels brimming with epic ques...more
May 24, 2011
Apr 22, 2011
Sworn to Raise (Courtlight #1)
I can't remember if I was fooling around on my nook looking for books to read or saw someone talking about this one online and picked up my nook, but...more
Jun 18, 2013
Jun 18, 2013
Shadow and Bone (The Grisha, #1)
SHADOW AND BONE was never a book I intended to read. If I hadn't, I would have missed out on an amazing new entry in the fantasy genre. I also read th...more
Jun 02, 2012
Jun 01, 2012
The Secret Prince (Knightley Academy, #2)
Yesterday, I reviewed KNIGHTLEY ACADEMY, the first in a trilogy. The second book, THE SECRET PRINCE, is even better than the first. If yesterday’s rev...more
May 28, 2011
May 26, 2011
The Book of Heroes
Every now and then, it's good to break away from the mold and try something different. I don't often read adult sci-fi/fantasy, but walking through th...more
Mar 17, 2010
Dec 14, 2010
1. The set of yarns placed in a loom that forms the lengthwise threads of a woven fabric.
2. A hypothetical eccentricity or discontinuity in the
Jan 18, 2011
Dec 15, 2010
Knightley Academy (Knightley Academy, #1)
Bookworms, I’ll tell you upfront: I’m going to have a lot of trouble reviewing KNIGHTLEY ACADEMY for you. I’m not sure how to describe the magical way...more
May 26, 2011
May 25, 2011
Incarnate (Newsoul, #1)
Being completely candid, I will admit that when I first saw the cover to INCARNATE, I fell in love and was excited, but when HarperTeen was gracious e...more
Oct 30, 2011
Sep 09, 2011
Deity (Covenant, #3)
If you haven't read HALF-BLOOD and PURE, turn back and stop reading this review right now! Check out a review of those instead!

Jennifer L. Armentrout'...more
Oct 24, 2012
Jan 15, 2012
What's Left of Me (The Hybrid Chronicles, #1)
I've been anxious to get my hands on WHAT'S LEFT OF ME since THRONE OF GLASS author Sarah J. Maas blogged about her friend Kat Zhang's publication dea...more
Jun 13, 2012
May 25, 2011
Wonder Light (Unicorns of the Mist, #1)
Most children love unicorns. I know I did (I blame My Little Pony). I loved reading horse-themed books growing up, and would have loved a book for old...more
May 16, 2013
May 16, 2013
Human Blend
Just when everyone starts grousing that paranormal has been done to death and there's nothing else to explore, along comes something new. Human Blend...more
Jan 25, 2011
Feb 04, 2011
Real Mermaids Don't Hold Their Breath (Real Mermaids, #2)
The second book in the Real Mermaids series, REAL MERMAIDS DON'T HOLD THEIR BREATH, doesn't let me down, remaining as humorous and fun as the first bo...more
Feb 28, 2013
Mar 02, 2013
Release (The Protector, #3)
Originality continues to abound, and readers never quite know what to expect in The Protector Series amongst all the twists and turns we're pulled int...more
Jan 17, 2013
Jan 17, 2013
Storybound (Storybound #1)
When I first picked up STORYBOUND, I labored under the misconception that a girl from our world finds a book and is sucked into a world full of fairy...more
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Aug 24, 2012
A Cast of Stones (The Staff and the Sword, #1)
While A CAST OF STONES starts off slowly, as most fantasies are wont to do due to backstory, it quickly picks up the pace and invests readers into the...more
Feb 19, 2013
Feb 20, 2013
The Grimm Chronicles Vol. 1 (The Grimm Chronicles #1-3)
To keep things as spoiler-free as possible (which is hard when you consider the fact that the first two volumes ofThe Grimm Chronicles spans 6 of the...more
Mar 25, 2013
Mar 27, 2013
Forty Days (Neima's Ark, #1)
For as beloved as retellings are, it's rare to find a novel revolving around the Bible. Religion is very taboo for many people. Depending on your outl...more
Apr 22, 2013
Apr 24, 2013
The Grimm Chronicles Vol. 2 (The Grimm Chronicles #4-6)
To keep things as spoiler-free as possible (which is hard when you consider the fact that the first two volumes ofThe Grimm Chronicles spans 6 of the...more
Mar 26, 2013
Mar 27, 2013
Real Mermaids Don't Need High Heels (Real Mermaids, #3)
I've said it not once, not twice, but three times now. The Real Mermaids series is a breath of fun, sweet, humorous fun as we follow half-human, half-...more
Mar 2013
Mar 02, 2013
Michelle Davidson Argyle has stopped by A Backwards Story twice with guest posts about BONDED!

The first, "A Different Sort of Fairy Tale," talks abou
Nov 12, 2012
Nov 13, 2012
Of Silver and Beasts (Goddess Wars, #1)
One thing I really like about the books Trisha Wolfe rights is the mythological feel. When I read and reviewed ASTARTE'S WRATH last month, I liked the...more
May 06, 2013
May 05, 2013
Real Mermaids Don’t Wear Toe Rings (Real Mermaids, #1)
If you're looking for something funny and sweet, the Real Mermaids series by Hélène Boudreau really hits the mark. Boudreau's voice is strong and witt...more
Feb 27, 2013
Feb 27, 2013
Astarte's Wrath (Kythan Guardians)
Mythology has always been one of my greatest loves, and the way Trisha Wolfe wove Egyptian beliefs into an historical fantasy novel when creating ASTA...more
Apr 16, 2013
Apr 16, 2013
Circle of Cranes
CIRCLE OF CRANES is based on an old Asian folktale you may have never heard of, The Crane Wife. While the most well-known version of the tale is Japan...more
Apr 21, 2012
Apr 15, 2012
Loss (Riders of the Apocalypse, #3)

Bookworms, don't forget to check out today's interview with Billy Ballard from LOSS, as well as previous reviews of both HUNGER and RAGE! I also inter...more
not set
Mar 19, 2012
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