The False Prince by Jennifer A. Nielsen

The False Prince by Jennifer A. Nielsen Read and Reviewed by Kristen Curry I picked up The False Prince  for my Children's Services class, and was promptly blown away. Sage is a brilliant and clever boy who runs from his past, stealing along the way and bouncing in and out of orphanages. One day, he runs straight... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Wings by Elizabeth Richards

Wings by Elizabeth Richards (Black City Trilogy, #3) Read and Reviewed by Kristen Curry 10000000 beautiful stars for the cover of the trilogy finale. In Black City, Ash and Natalie fell in love... In Phoenix, Ash and Natalie got engaged, began a war, and one of them fell dangerously ill... In Wings, Natalie and Ash have been separated... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Phoenix by Elizabeth Richards

Phoenix by Elizabeth Richards (Black City Trilogy, #2) Read and Reviewed by Kristen Curry 50 points to Griffindor for a beautiful Phoenix feather cover!!! (Seriously though... these covers are killing me!) Phoenix picks up after Ash survived Black City (no spoilers). Known to the people of the United Sentry States as the Phoenix, he leads the rebel group into... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Black City by Elizabeth Richards

Black City by Elizabeth Richards (Black City Trilogy, #1) Read and Reviewed by Kristen Curry This cover... 10 STARS FOR COVER BREATHLESSNESS On my first day at RDPL for my practicum, I saw Wings on a shiny new display. Phoenix was right below it, tucked away neatly.... waiting for me. Intrigued, I put Black City on hold. The reaction I have... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard

Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard (Red Queen #1) Read and Reviewed by Kristen Harvey "Anyone can betray anyone." *Updated* see end of review Red Queen is one of those typical fast-rising books in YA fiction that everybody seems to be reading. I bought it when it first came out, but procrastinated reading it. And then I started.... Continue Reading →

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