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Rosemary and Rue by Seanan McGuire

Some readers like their fictional friends kept safe, never truly in harm’s way, despite immediate apparent dangers; you just know they’ll make out just fine in the end. I am not one of those readers—I like it when happy endings … Continue reading

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Break My Heart 1000 Times by Daniel Waters

After the Event, people see the dead. They are as normal to life as breathing now, but Veronica wishes that life would return back to the way it was before. Now, the ghosts are becoming stronger and they want to … Continue reading

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Paper Valentine by Brenna Yovanoff

Hannah is haunted.  Her best friend Lillian—still thin and wasted from the anorexia that killed her—follows Hannah around, commenting on her fake friends, her occasionally grisly job processing police photographs, and especially Finny Boone, a seemingly dangerous boy with a … Continue reading

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Cold Days by Jim Butcher

The fourteenth book in The Dresden Files, Cold Days is just as action-packed and emotionally charged as its predecessors.  Fresh from the events of Ghost Story, Harry’s mired in Mab’s daily assassination attempts, Maeve’s political and violent machinations, and the … Continue reading

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Storm Front by Jim Butcher

It’s been awhile since I first started reading Jim Butcher’s The Dresden Files series, at least ten years and thirteen books ago. I recently came across the first book in the series, Storm Front, and decided to reread it. I’m … Continue reading

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Shadow of Night by Deborah Harkness

In her thrilling second installment in the All Souls Trilogy, Deborah Harkness is back with Shadow of Night. The novel takes place immediately where Discovery of Witches left off, with Diana and Matthew successfully traveling back through time to 1590 … Continue reading

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A Night in the Lonesome October by Roger Zelazny

The world will end in thirty-one days, and only Jack the Ripper can save it. No, really.  Jack and his loyal dog Snuff are the last guards against the Elder Gods’ incursion into our world.  They have a month to … Continue reading

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Die For Me by Amy Plum

Die for Me, written by Amy Plum, is a story of love, loss, desire, and the supernatural. Kate and her sister Georgia have suffered the tragic loss of their parents, who were so horrifically injured in a car accident that … Continue reading

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The Rook by Daniel O’Malley

A woman opens her eyes to find herself surrounded by dead bodies. She has no idea what happened. What’s just as, if not more, frightening and disorienting is that she has no idea who she is. The only information she … Continue reading

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Gone by Michael Grant

Gone is a “what if” story. What if everyone over the age of 14 suddenly disappeared? What if this phenomenon was localized, affecting a small slice on the California coast? What if there was no visible way to escape the affected area … Continue reading

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