Review: Queen of Air and Darkness by Cassandra Clare

Finally laid my hands on the final book in The Dark Artifices series. The cliffhanger at the end of  Lord of Shadows almost killed me last year. I have no idea how I survived all of this waiting. Anyways… After the battle with Annabelle at the Council Hall the Blackthorns and their friends are trying…

Review: Archenemies by Marissa Meyer

Nova or by her villain name Nightmare has one goal; to revenge her family’s death and bring the heroes down. Many years ago, the Renegades broke their promise of keeping Nova’s family safe and since then she lived with only one purpose. When she finally has a chance to vengeance, she manages to get closer…

Review: A Discovery of Witches by Deborah Harkness

Diana Bishop is a witch and a history professor, working on her research in Bodleian Library in Oxford. On one of her many days in the library, she finds an old alchemical manuscript. The magic that she was trying so badly to avoid for all of her life suddenly gets stronger, the mysterious book Ashmole…

Review: Replica by Lauren Oliver

Gemma is an average teenage girl. Sometimes her life seems like a nightmare, she lacks confidence, she mocked by popular girls, boys don’t pay any attention to her, her parents are strict and concentrated in their own matters. Gemma’s only comfort is her best friend April, with whom she shares everything. One-day Gemma’s life changes…

Review: Sweet Black Waves by Kristina Perez

Odai eti ama. I hate and I love. Many years lasts the cruel and bloody war between Iveriu and the overseas kingdom Kernyv. The multiple and brutal invasions of the villages of Iveriu took many innocent lives, including Lady Branwen’s parents. Now there is a chance of peace between two rival kingdoms. A new king…

Review: My Plain Jane by Cynthia Hand, Jodi Meadows, Brodi Ashton

Jane Eyre is a poor orphan. That didn’t change from the original novel. She teaches at Lowood school and enjoys painting. She has two best friends: Charlotte Brontë and a ghost named Helen Burns. Yes, Jane can see ghosts and that’s why the Society for the Relocation of Wayward Spirits interested in recruiting her as…

Review: My Lady Jane by Cynthia Hand, Brodi Ashton, Jodi Meadows

The novel begins accurate and true to the historical events and facts (but with a tiny fantasy twist). Being a sixteen-year-old girl, Lady Jane Grey is not interested in the court life. What she cares about are her studies and her books. However, her avaricious, selfish and hunger for power parents, decide otherwise. Jane is…

Review: Carve the Mark by Veronica Roth

Cyra’s brother Ryzek is a tyrant who uses her gift for his advantages and spreads fear in the country in order to protect his reign. Cyra doesn’t know how to fight her power and stand up to her brother until Akos steps in her life. Akos and his brother were captured by Ryzek, watched his…

Review: The Treachery of Beautiful Things by Ruth Frances Long

The trees dragged Jenny’s brother Tom into the woods and there was no sign of him for seven years. Naturally, nobody believed Jenny and her story of magical trees kidnapping Tom. She got used to the looks people were throwing at her as if she was crazy. When Jenny loses all hope to find her brother,…

Review: Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo

Kaz is an unofficial leader of a criminals gang in Kerch, a talented thief, raised on the streets and learned the art of thievery, lies, earning money and surviving on his own. When a wealthy merchant approaches him with an offer, Kaz sees it as an opportunity to earn a lot of money that would…