Tag: mythology

Review with Author Interview:  Analiese Rising by Brenda Drake

Review with Author Interview: Analiese Rising by Brenda Drake

Book info: Title:  Analiese Rising Author:  Brenda Drake Genre:  YA Paranormal Romance/Mythology Release Date:  January 8th, 2019 Publisher:  Entangled Teen Source:  E-galley from publisher which did not affect my opinion My rating:  4 stars Synopsis: Half-Blood meets Antigoddess, American Gods meets The Da Vinci Code in ANALIESE RISING (Entangled; 01/08/19), a suspense-filled novel by New York Times bestselling author Brenda Drake. This first book in a… Read more »

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Three End of Series Mini-Reviews

Three End of Series Mini-Reviews

As I keep mentioning, I’m so far behind on reviews!  So, to speed things up, you should continue to expect mini-reviews like what I’m posting today.  I finished up three series finally over the past two months, so let’s do a quick reflection on them, and then the blurb from Goodreads.  Ashes (Seeds of America… Read more »

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Review:  Wildalone by Krassi Zourkova

Review: Wildalone by Krassi Zourkova

First, I have to thank the author who sent me a copy of this in exchange for an honest review.  I had entered a giveaway on Goodreads but didn’t win.  She emailed me on Goodreads and offered to send me a copy.  I was very excited and of course said yes because I’d been wanting… Read more »

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Wings by Aprilynne Pike

Wings by Aprilynne Pike

This is the first book by Aprilynne Pike that I have read, and I must say I wasn’t disappointed at all!  I got a copy of this at the RT Convention back in May of this year.  I’ve actually not really been a fan of fairy or fae stories.  Not that I mind when they… Read more »

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YA Mythology Giveaway Hop

YA Mythology Giveaway Hop

I don’t know about you, but I’ve been a fan of myths since I was in middle school probably.  And really, I think most people were at that age.  As a teacher, I remember the years when the 7th grade Social Studies teachers did Greek and Roman history, and so the kids always seemed to… Read more »

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