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The 3rd book in the Mythos Academy. Faster, more emotional, more monsters and more love. Just great. full review on my blog Endlessly Bookish

Spectral is a fun, light read with a relatively relatable heroine. While it does start off a little slow and suffer from both insta-love syndrome and overly predictable plot twists, I found it to be a mostly enjoyable read.

Good pacing, the suspense of a murder-mystery and an interesting paranormal-ish twist combined to make Slide a pretty entertaining read. While I did find the plot to be a little predictable, guessing the murderer relatively early on, and even though high school stereotypes were unabashedly exploited, I empathized with the protagonist, Vee, and was kept fascinated by her evolving ability to slide into others.

There’s something to be said about a book that can entertain. Does Gamers suffer from shotty world-building and weak characterization? Most definitely. But did I mind while I was reading it? Not really.

While I don’t feel like Fallen in Love has added to the Fallen series, it was a quick and romantic read that fans of the rest of the series are sure to find enjoyable!

It’s virtually impossible to live up to the kind of expectations people had mentally prepared me for with Delirium. While I really enjoyed Oliver’s prose and I yearned to believe in the world she had created, the slightly stagnant first half, the inconsistent world building and rather stereotypical characterization all gave me pause.

Earth Girl – Janet Edwards - Extremely intriguing dystopian novel with amazing world building and several interesting twists. Full review on Endlessly Bookish.

Possibly my first alien read, Gravity had a lot of expectations to meet – and thankfully, it delivered on most! While I had some issues with the romance and the heroine’s ability to trust in someone she had been taught to fear, I loved learning about the history of the Ancients and watching the government do everything within their power to cover up a shocking conspiracy.

I love the dystopian and deeply disturbing world Dan Well's creates in his first young adult novel. Full review on my blog: Endlessly Bookish