• Book review | Ice Like FIre by Sara Raasch | via The Unprinted Protagonist

    Book review | “Ice Like Fire” by Sara Raasch

    "Ice Like Fire" has all of the symptoms of second-book syndrome, but the series is still promising. Meira and Mather's inner conflicts are the most interesting part of the story, and there are hints of something amazing to come. I…

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    ARC review | “Crimson Bound” by Rosamund Hodge

    Title: “Crimson Bound”Author: Rosamund HodgeSeries: standalonePublisher: Balzer + Bray, HarperCollinsRelease Date: May 5, 2015Genres: Young Adult, Fantasy, High Fantasy, Retelling, RomanceFormat: eARC via EdelweissLength: 448 pagesRating:  Goodreads When Rachelle was fifteen, she was good—apprenticed to her aunt and in training to protect her village from dark…

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    ARC review | “Conspiracy of Blood and Smoke” by Anne Blankman

    Title: “Conspiracy of Blood and Smoke”Author: Anne BlankmanSeries: Prisoner of Night and Fog #2Publisher: Balzer + Bray, HarperCollinsRelease Date: April 21, 2015Genres: Young Adult, Historical, RomanceFormat: eARC via EdelweissLength: 406 pagesRating:  Goodreads The girl known as Gretchen Whitestone has a secret: She used to be part…