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Blog Tour Arc Review: Gossamer Mage by Julie Czerneda Releases Today, 8/6

Gossamer Mage by Julie Czerneda  (Q and A/Giveaway link) has much to love for a fantasy novel. The world building is in done in extraordinary detail. The magic system is incredibly well defined. Everything is built up in a way that gives readers buy-in and plausibility. Thank You to Daw/Penguin and NetGalley for the ARC in …

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Moral Undercurrents Reflecting Social Class And Personal Conflict Set Merciful Crow by Margaret Owen Apart From The Fantasy Genre- ARC Book Tour Review- Releases 7/30

The Fantasy Genre is known for enhanced abilities, inspired worlds with characters facing immeasurable odds versus unyielding villains. If you are looking for that in Margaret Owen’s (Q and A Link) debut Merciful Crow (Pre-Order From Owen's website here) you will find it, in spades. Remarkably, it is the unexpected take on social injustice, classism …

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Lasting Impact of Childhood Trauma Through Adulthood in Charlie Laidlaw’s The Space Between Time Is Relevant and Essential Reading- An Arc Review and Blog Tour Organized by R and R Book Tours

Welcome to the month-long mega tour for Charlie Laidlaw’s newest book, The Space Between Time, due for release on June 20th! There will be fantastic bloggers participating, who will be posting interviews, excerpts, reviews, and other exclusive content! The Space Between Time Expected Publication Date: June 20th, 2019 Genre: Contemporary Fiction/ Dark Comedy (Adult) There are more stars …

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Nafiza Azad Crushes Her Goal. Many Girls Will Find, Relate Become Inspired By This Gift- ARC Review- Out 5/14

I want to make two things very clear off the bat. First, and I can't stress this enough, it is an extremely important book. Author Nafiza Azad said in an interview with the School Library Journal: I grew up in a small village called Vitogo which is located on Viti Levu, the largest island in …

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Socially Relevant and Spectacularly Entertaining, Let Me Hear A Rhyme by Tiffany D. Jackson Drops on May 21st- ARC Review

I was at a conference once when Jeff Zenter perfectly summarized Tiffany Jackson's body of work. I'm going to have to paraphrase, because it was more than a year ago that he said it, but it is important. It is important because no one and understand that I would bet the few things precious in …

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We Hunt the Flame by Hafsah Faizal Misses the Mark of High Expectations- ARC Review: Out May 14th

We Hunt the Flame by Hafsah Faizal   is one of the most anticipated books of 2019, not just in the Young Adult category but in publishing, across the board. By utilizing the Arabic culture to inspire the setting, story, characters and vernacular from Faizal’s own voice point of view, We Hunt the Flame came into the …

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4.5 Star ARC Review: A Boy and His Dog at the End of the World

In a world where people are few and clinging to memories, those that are around you, and your pets; you can keep hold of what should matter most. Where in today's world we have lost site of all these things. We know the cost of everything and the value of nothing. Secondly, we know my …

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