Tag Archives: young-adult

Daughter of Darkness by Raye Wagner : Teaser

Daughter of Darkness

Daughter of Darkness: Dahlia’s Story Who will be her light in the dark? Dahlia knows her value… it’s less than nothing. As a daughter of the goddess Eris, discord and wanting are her only companions. While she craves love and friendship — or even just a sense of belonging — those are the very things …

The Magician’s Workshop (volume one) by Christopher Hansen and J.R. Fehr

The Magician's Workshop

Review I chose The Magician’s Workshop after reading the synopsis from the pitch letter which suggested an intriguing concept. A thumbs up for the short introduction to the world of O’Ceea. The authors give the readers a glimpse of their dream. The story follows a relaxed pace; the language targetted at modern day teens. A …

Paternus by Dyrk Ashton

Paternus

Paternus lovers, Potential Paternus readers, and my blog readers, I finally managed to pen down a review of this mind-boggling book. Let’s be done with the disclaimer right here, right now. I bought the book after reading the SPFBO review. Paternus was the chosen finalist from Fantasy Faction and now competes in the round two of …

Rex by Rita Stradling: Book review

Rex by Rita Stradling

Rex, the second book in the young-adult fantasy series Dakota Kekoa, is a well-paced, action based, romance novel. I received this book from Netgalley in exchange for honest review. This book starts with some emails written by the lead character and the book’s namesake, Dakota. I found the letters an interesting and unique approach, bridging …