Category Archives: Fantasy/Science Fiction

Artemis by Andy Weir

TJ Burns — August 2017 Fantastic read! Something for all of my senses! Intelligent, scientific, thought-provoking contents; action-packed, suspenseful, clever story-line; less-than-perfect, but approachable, understandable, and intriguing characters; witty, laugh-out-loud dialogues; all wrapped together into one exciting ride! Jazz is … Continue reading

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Emily and the Spellstone by Michael Rubens

TJ Burns — September 23, 2017 Laugh-out-loud, smart, creative, action-packed, middle-grade adventure! Emily and the Spellstone claims to be a middle grade novel, but there is wit enough to capture and captivate an older audience as well. I read this … Continue reading

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Unearthed by Amie Kaufman & Meagan Spooner

TJ Burns — September 9, 2017 Wow! Just wow! What an exhilarating ride! Interesting, likable characters! Unexpected, unpredictable twists and turns! This story is amazing! It blew me away. Before I knew it, I was finished and dazed – I … Continue reading

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Wintersong (Wintersong #1) by S. Jae-Jones

TJ Burns — July 2017 I was intrigued and thoroughly captivated at the start. Liesl is an interesting character. Such untapped and unappreciated talent, such passion with no outlet to express it… she just had to explode (sooner rather than … Continue reading

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The Bear and the Nightingale by Katherine Arden

TJ Burns — January 2017 Expected publication: January 10th 2017 by Del Rey The Bear and the Nightingale was an amazing story! Fascinating and exciting! The characters were vivid, distinct, and interesting. The story line full of twists and turns, … Continue reading

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Dark Matter by Blake Crouch

TJ Burns — August 19, 2017 Stimulating, thought-provoking, suspenseful, captivating! I couldn’t stop reading and when life (or sleep) forced me to stop reading, I couldn’t stop thinking about it – I even dreamed about it, sending the story off … Continue reading

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RoseBlood by A.G. Howard

TJ Burns — January 10, 2017 I received a copy of this book from Amulet Books via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.   Published January 10th 2017 by Harry N. Abram. You can find this book at: Amazon: … Continue reading

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A Shadow Bright and Burning (Kingdom on Fire #1) by Jessica Cluess

TJ Burns — February 28, 2017 I very much like Ms. Cluess’ writing style – it flows nicely. I was pulled in right from the start –intrigued, interested — and had so many questions: What is the prophecy? What does … Continue reading

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Knights of the Borrowed Dark (Knights of the Borrowed Dark Trilogy #1) by Dave Rudden

TJ Burns — May 17, 2017 Knights of the Borrowed Dark is exciting, suspenseful, and entertaining! Full of mystery and intrigue. The story is both thrilling and entertaining. Particularly amusing is the contrast between Denizen’s thoughts and his words/actions. Denizen’s … Continue reading

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Bug Girl (Bug Girl, #1) by Benjamin Harper & Sarah Hines Stephens, Anoosha Syed (Illustrations)

TJ Burns — June 15, 2017 A girl who loves bugs? That was enough to captivate me. Amanda is a likable character, who despite being mobbed and bullied because of her tastes and interests is still able to rise above … Continue reading

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