Tag Archives: young-adult

Fates and Furies (Sphinx #4) by Raye Wagner: Review

Fates and Furies

4.5 Bohostars Fates and Furies, the fourth and final book concluding Raye Wagner‘s superb mythology based, YA, urban fantasy, Sphinx series, is one of the best YA level adventure fantasy books I have read this year. Raye’s beautiful writing, a plot full of twists and turns at every corner, and conflicts after conflicts thrown upon …

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 …