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Review: Red Queen – Victoria Aveyard

This rags to riches dystopian novel is Young Adult fiction at its very finest. It centers on Mare, a red street thief who becomes a pawn in a shifting politic game. The world is divided between red and silver blood. The Silvers possess powerful abilities, bending water, fire and the minds of others. The reds… Continue reading Review: Red Queen – Victoria Aveyard

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Review: Red Rising – Pierce Brown

Rise red as the dawn! Red Rising by Pierce Brown is a dystopian fantasy novel of a different class. Darrow, raised in the mines of Mars is catapulted into the beating heart of Gold Society. Power is prized above all other virtues and violent oppression is key. His mission is to destroy the hierarchy from… Continue reading Review: Red Rising – Pierce Brown

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Review: The Invisible Library – Genevieve Cogman

Secret libraries between worlds. Dragons. Magic. Spies. Vampires. Fae... This book promises everything. But did it deliver? The concept is nothing short of inspired. If I were a novelist, this is the kind of story I'd want to write. The book follows Irene and apprentice Kai who are librarians that travel through dimensions to procure… Continue reading Review: The Invisible Library – Genevieve Cogman