Publisher: HarperTeen

A Million Worlds with You

A Million Worlds with You
Posted 26 July 2017 by Kim in Book Review / 0 Comments

My Review I have recently discovered that I have a thing for books about the multiverse.  Something about the unknown, about the possibilities… that excites me.  This book, this series, did exactly that.  I loved the world that the author built and how she changed it between the various multiverses.  I also loved the mechanism […]

Ten Thousand Skies Above You

Ten Thousand Skies Above You
Posted 29 March 2017 by Kim in Book Review / 0 Comments

My Review I absolutely loved the first novel in this series, A Thousand Pieces of You, and this book was just as good.  The story is woven throughout the multiverse as Marguerite fights to save both Paul and Theo.  And like the first book, this one makes you think about life, choices, and their unforeseen ramifications. […]

A Thousand Pieces of You

A Thousand Pieces of You
Posted 24 January 2017 by Kim in Book Review / 0 Comments

My Review You remember how your parents always told you not to judge a book by it’s cover?  I didn’t listen and I am glad I didn’t.  I realize I am late to the game in reading this, but just reading the blurb told me that I wanted to wait until all three books were […]

Strange and Ever After

Strange and Ever After
Posted 11 August 2014 by Kim in Book Review / 0 Comments

My Review As the last book in this trilogy, Strange and Ever After neatly wrapped all of the loose ends with a conclusion that was largely satisfying, although unexpected.  The pace was picked up in this book, with all kinds of twists and turns that took the story into new and uncharted territory. The book begins in […]

A Darkness Strange and Lovely

A Darkness Strange and Lovely
Posted 11 August 2014 by Kim in Book Review / 0 Comments

My Review This is the second full-length novel in the Something Strange and Deadly series.  The Spirit Hunters have left Philadelphia and Eleanor is thrust into a new life without anyone but herself to depend on.  So much has changed for her, and yet Eleanor proves herself to be as strong as ever as she faces it […]

A Dawn Most Wicked

A Dawn Most Wicked
Posted 11 August 2014 by Kim in Book Review / 0 Comments

My Review This is a short novella centered around Daniel Sheridan, a bit of a prequel that tells us a little bit about his past.  We meet his first love, Cass, and we learn how he came to be a part of the Spirit Hunters. In Something Strange and Deadly, it is clear that Daniel has […]

Something Strange and Deadly

Something Strange and Deadly
Posted 31 July 2014 by Kim in Book Review / 0 Comments

My Review Steampunk and zombies!  This may sound like an odd combination, but it is one that works!  Petticoats and parasols mixed with steam-powered machines and pulse bombs that kill zombies?  Yes, please! The story is set in the midst of Philadelphia’s high society in 1876, the time of chaperoned dates, petticoats, bustles, séances, and burgeoning […]

Boundless

Boundless
Posted 21 August 2013 by Kim in Book Review / 0 Comments

My Review Boundless begins not long after Clara and Angela have returned from Italy.  They are enrolled as freshman at Stanford University, strangely normal for two angel girls.  So much has changed for Clara… in love, life, and for her divine purpose.  I think this was my favorite book of the series.  It was a […]

Radiant

Radiant
Posted 21 August 2013 by Kim in Book Review / 0 Comments

My Review Radiant is a quick read, a short novella chronologically set between Hallowed and Boundless, the next book in the series.  The majority of this one is centered on Angela, a character that I have been wanting more of.  She has more angel blood than Clara, but often seems to be less of an angel.  It didn’t […]

Hallowed

Hallowed
Posted 21 August 2013 by Kim in Book Review / 0 Comments

My Review If it’s possible, I loved Hallowed even more than Unearthly!  Like the first, this one is a beautiful story, very tender and sweet at times.  But there is also a somewhat darker feel to it as Clara struggles with the choices she has made and still has to make, and the consequences of those choices. […]