Category: YA

Magic of the Gargoyles by Rebecca Chastain

Magic of the Gargoyles by Rebecca Chastain

My Review: Mika is nothing more than a mid-level earth elemental in a world that prizes full-spectrum pentacle potential (FSPP). However, she didn’t let that stop her. Honing her talent with quartz until she rivaled any FSPP, she was bound and determined to work for herself. But her life changed the moment a baby gargoyle […]


Eric Elmoor and the Gauntlet of Godric by Thomas A. Meyers

Eric Elmoor and the Gauntlet of Godric by Thomas A. Meyers

My thoughts Eric Elmoor is fifteen years old and doesn’t quite ‘fit’ into the regular crowds. He lives with his mother in the upper regions of the city, in a world where magic is continually forbidden, replaced by simple technologies. School is a challenge, with his favourite subject coming under threat following an attack on […]




Think Happy Club: Friendship by Anne Saucer and Grace Snoke

Think Happy Club: Friendship by Anne Saucer and Grace Snoke

My Review: This book was very cute. Even though the cover makes you believe this is a children’s book, it’s also aimed at teens and adults. Each illustration included is adorable and the handwritten words give you tips on how to keep a friendship strong. Many things include putting away the electronics as a way […]




Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs

Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs

My Review: Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children definitely falls within the small house publishing preview. Unique and oddly compelling, we’re taken along on a journey with Jacob as he discovers the impossible may in fact be possible. Perhaps the stories his grandfather had been telling all along were true, even though no one else […]


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