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Guest Review(s): Atlantis Rising, Pandemonium, and The Bats at the Library

This week Jesse stopped by to tell us about: some movie news with Atlantis Rising by T. A. Barron, his thoughts on Pandemonium by Warren Fahy, and a children’s book called Bats at the Library by Brian Lies.

Guest Review | The Goddess Hunt

Buy on Amazon Available in: HARDCOVER PAPERBACK KINDLE The Goddess Hunt (Goddess Test) By: Aimée Carter Published by: Harlequin Teen Released On: 2012-03-01 Pages: 75 Genre: YA / Fantasy Author’s Website: Author’s Social:   Twitter  |  Facebook Format of Review Copy: Kindle Source: Purchase Recommendable for people who enjoy: Fantasy YA Synopsis (from Amazon): …

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Guest Review: Proxy by Alex London

This week, special guest Allyn stops by to review the YA Sci-fi novel PROXY by Alex London.

Guest Review: FROGGY STYLE by JA Kazimer

This week my friend Alyssa from ACREADS blog stopped by to review FROGGY STYLE by J.A. Kazimer

Guest Review: Curses! A F**ked-Up Fairy Tale By: J.A. Kazimer

This week my friend Alyssa from ACReads drops by to share her thoughts on Curses! A F*ed Up Fairytale by JA Kazimer

Guest Review: Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea by April Genevieve Tucholke

This week, my friend Alyssa from ACReads stopped by to do a guest review for BETWEEN THE DEVIL AND THE DEEP BLUE SEA.

Guest Review: The Apprentices by Maile Meloy

This week our friend Summer stopped by to do a GUEST REVIEW of THE APPRENCTICES by Maile Meloy

Guest Review: The Apothecary by Maile Meloy

This week, my friend Summer stopped by to do a guest review for APOTHECARY

Guest Review: Abraham Lincoln Vampire Hunter

Buy on Amazon Available in: HARDCOVER PAPERBACK KINDLE Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter By: Seth Grahame-Smith Published by: Grand Central Publishing Released On: 2012-04-01 ISBN: 1455510181 Pages: 448 Genre: horror, vampire Author’s Website: n/a Author’s Twitter: Recommendable for people who: Like Vampire stories, Historical Fiction, Lincoln Synopsis (from Amazon): Indiana, …

Guest Review: Reliquary

Ok, I’m gonna stick with the Thriller tag for this one as well since it’s just as thrilling as Relic if not more so. Reliquary, again co-authored by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child, is a direct sequel to Relic. Occurring just 18 months after the Museum Beast killings in the …