A cursed tattoo makes for both a good story and an extended metaphor on sexual assault and recovery in this book that’s a little darker – and, in my opinion, […]
I’d recommend this story for Marr’s slyly feminist re-imagining of both an old fairy tale and the “young woman choosing between two guys who like her” storyline.
Nowhere near the depth of character nor writing ability shown in Meyer’s Twilight series, and I mean that in the worst way.
This book might make it onto my as-yet-unwritten list of favorite urban fantasy novels if I stop being aggravated at the YA novel trend toward creating settings of unquestioned wealth/teen […]
The Da Vinci Code meets the bluster and turmoil of high school relationships in this YA novel (and it’s better written than Dan Brown’s, too.)
Meadows sets up a fascinating world where the same people have been re-born again and again for thousands of years, and then spends all of her time assembling another awful […]
I enjoyed the blue-haired, artsy-ninja heroine of this young adult novel enough that, even though the plot somewhat suffers from the inclusion of a devil/angel, Romeo/Juliet, Twilight-style relationship, I still […]
As this book is a romantic, plot-driven combination of the Da Vinci Code, Harry Potter, and Twilight, it should come as no surprise that I was up until 4am reading […]