Archive for the Fantasy Category


Dragon Knight By: Donita K. Paul

I love the way this book is through Bardon’s point of view. Paul does a great job at keeping the adventures going along. I so want to read the next book.


Alice in Zombieland by Gena Showalter

I was iffy at first, however the characters seemed to come to life, and I hated to put down the book. I love the way Ali, Cat and Cole seemed so real and they have an addicting personality. Showalter did a fabulous job at making this book seem so real. I can not wait to [...]


Libriomancer by Jim C. Hines

The idea of a librarian having the ability of pulling things out of a book sounded awesome. The book totally lived up to the standard too. Hines did a great job with the plot and the characters were so great and realistic. I totally would recommend this book to any book lover.


The Red Pyramid By Rick Riordan

Rick Riordan is also the author of the popular series Percy Jackson that follows the Greek gods.  The Red Pyramid, however, follows the Egyptian gods and has two heroes, brother and sister Carter and Sadie Kane.  After reading The Red Pyramid I was surprised that I liked this series better.  It starts by explaining the different [...]


Under the Moon by Natalie J. Damschroder

Under the Moon by Natalie J. Damschroder was an exciting book about witches and the men that protect them. With a publishing world full of vampires, werewolves, and zombies, it was great to read a novel about a witch, instead. Quinn is able to perform magic through the majority of the month but cannot access [...]


Inheritance by Christopher Paolini

This had a perfect ending, even through it ended the series,  Inheritance and some of the predictions right, however they were achieved through a unique means. I love the way that Eragon was able to fulfill his obligations, and do what he needed to as a Rider. My favorite part of this book was when [...]


Touch of Frost By Jennifer Estep

Touch of Frost was a pretty good read if you are into mythology characters and stories.  The book was on how a Gypsy girl who is an outsider at her high school, Mythos Academy,  and can touch an object and know information about it is pulled into solving a murder that took place at the [...]


The Kane Chronicles: The Red Pyramid By: Rick Riodan

This was a great book. I did not know that much about Egyptian Mythology, however this book was fascinating, not only did it explain the different gods and goddesses, they seemed to almost be alive.  This was like the Percy Jackson and the Olympians series, however it has some differences that make it completely unique.


Terrier by: Tamora Pierce

I picked up this book because I wanted some action. This book held me captive with the action and the plot line.  Pierce has created her unique world, and placed a variety of characters, making the book  and plot line one that holds reader’s captive and wanting more. Overall I cannot wait until I can [...]


Percy Jackson & And The Olympians: The Lighting Thief By: Rick Riordan

I loved the movie, well until I read the book. Then I wonder at how the movie could be said to be based off the book. As I told a family member, if you love the movie, and do not want to hate it, then do not read the book, if you do not care [...]

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