Category: Science Fiction


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Scarlet by Marissa Meyer {Beth’s Revisit Review}

Scarlet by Marissa Meyer {Beth’s Revisit Review}

Posted 10 February, 2016 by Beth / 2 Comments

Somehow, this series got even better! As with Cinder, Amanda has already reviewed this. But I’m going to review it as well because it’s been a while since this series was talked about and because we may have different opinions on it! Thoughts on Scarlet In my review of Cinder (linked above for your enjoyment!) […]

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Cinder by Marissa Meyer {Beth’s Revisit Review}

Cinder by Marissa Meyer {Beth’s Revisit Review}

Posted 13 January, 2016 by Beth / 4 Comments

Amanda has already reviewed this book, but you know what, you need another review of it because a) this book is awesome and b) she wrote hers in 2012 so it’s been a while. I am enamored with this series. Thoughts on Cinder I’ve been hearing about this series from basically everyone with a pulse […]

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Cress by Marissa Meyer {Amanda’s Review}

Cress by Marissa Meyer {Amanda’s Review}

Posted 21 April, 2014 by Amanda / 17 Comments

*flails* *flails more* *can’t stop flailing*   Thoughts on Cress Oh, this entire series makes me happy. I adore what Marissa Meyer has done with this world and its characters and… and… I looooooove it. I wouldn’t necessarily want to live in this world, but if I could read the series over and over again, […]

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Champion by Marie Lu {Jenna’s Review}

Champion by Marie Lu {Jenna’s Review}

Posted 15 January, 2014 by Jenna / 8 Comments

A thrilling and satisfying series conclusion. My Thoughts I have to admit to a fair amount of trepidation when I cracked the spine (just kidding – I was reading a library copy. I only crack the spine on books I own.) of Champion. Not only because I really enjoy Marie Lu’s Legend series, and the […]

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Scarlet by Marissa Meyer {Amanda’s Review}

Scarlet by Marissa Meyer {Amanda’s Review}

Posted 4 February, 2013 by Amanda / 27 Comments

Did not want Scarlet to end. Thoughts on Scarlet As many of you know, I read Cinder last year and got very flaily about it. When Jenny offered to lend me her ARC of Scarlet, you know I jumped at the opportunity. (Yes, there was also much flailing.) But, guys. GUYS. The Lunar Chronicles is probably […]

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Cinder by Marissa Meyer {Amanda’s Reviews}

Cinder by Marissa Meyer {Amanda’s Reviews}

Posted 26 November, 2012 by Amanda / 37 Comments

 Needed Scarlet immediately upon finishing Cinder. My Thoughts on Cinder My original interest in this book really only came about because Marissa Meyer was at a signing with Leigh Bardugo (whose book I wanted). I knew others had loved Cinder, but I wasn’t really sure it would be my thing. (Cyborgs? Ehhh. Fairy tale retelling? […]

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False Memory by Dan Krokos {Amanda’s Review}

False Memory by Dan Krokos {Amanda’s Review}

Posted 1 October, 2012 by Amanda / 24 Comments

Wanted to like, but just couldn’t.   My Thoughts on False Memory I received this book for review from Kaye Publicity. It was unsolicited, but I’d seen a couple positive reviews, so I figured I’d give it shot. The premise was intriguing and I wanted to like it, but it didn’t quite hit the right […]

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Alien Proliferation by Gini Koch {Joint Review}

Alien Proliferation by Gini Koch {Joint Review}

Posted 7 September, 2012 by Amanda / 16 Comments

A little crazy, but still fun. Our Thoughts on Alien Proliferation I originally started this series at the “suggestion” of Tara. Now I’ve read further into the series than she has. (To Tara: how does that work, exactly? Get caught up already!) I think that Alien Proliferation was the first book in the series where […]

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Review: Grimspace by Ann Aguirre

Review: Grimspace by Ann Aguirre

Posted 7 March, 2012 by Amanda / 24 Comments

Grimspace by Ann Aguirre (Sirantha Jax, #1) Genre: Science Fiction Format: paperback Read: 2/5/2011 — 2/10/2011 In Six Words: Sirantha Jax made this book awesome. Links Ann Aguirre — Website | Twitter | Facebook Amazon — Paperback | Kindle Add it to Goodreads Book Order 1. Grimspace 2. Wanderlust 3. Doubleblind 4. Killbox 5. Aftermath […]