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Red-Headed Stepchild by Jaye Wells {Amanda’s Review}

Red-Headed Stepchild by Jaye Wells {Amanda’s Review}

Posted 12 November, 2012 by Amanda / 32 Comments

Fantastic UF, and great series potential. My Thoughts on Red-Headed Stepchild I was in serious need of a good urban fantasy, so I chose Red-Headed Stepchild. I was not disappointed. Sabina Kane and her world were exactly what I needed to appease my reading mood. To be honest, I’m not really sure where I first […]

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Neverwhere by Neil Gaiman {Amanda’s Review}

Neverwhere by Neil Gaiman {Amanda’s Review}

Posted 31 October, 2012 by Amanda / 30 Comments

Overshadowed by praise, but still good. My Thoughts on Neverwhere Neil Gaiman is a name that is whispered (in tones that resemble high-pitched squeals rather than hushed tones) across the book community. I picked up Neverwhere during one of my stops at Borders when it was going out of business. I knew that getting a […]

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Girl of Nightmares by Kendare Blake {Amanda’s Review}

Girl of Nightmares by Kendare Blake {Amanda’s Review}

Posted 22 October, 2012 by Amanda / 28 Comments

A necessary conclusion to the story. Thoughts on Girl of Nightmares Random factoid: I’m pretty sure Kendare said that this book was originally supposed to be titled Girl from Hell but that didn’t fly because of the word hell. The signing I went to was a year ago, but I’m pretty sure that’s what she said. […]

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I Hunt Killers by Barry Lyga {Amanda’s Review}

I Hunt Killers by Barry Lyga {Amanda’s Review}

Posted 3 October, 2012 by Amanda / 28 Comments

Was wooed by Jazz’s sociopathic ways. My Thoughts on I Hunt Killers I first heard of I Hunt Killers through Smash, as I believe it was a book for the book club she is a member of. I read her review and the synopsis and I knew I had to read this book. KNEW it. I Hunt […]

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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 […]