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Book Review: Voyage of Pearl of the Seas by Ruth Finnegan

Genre: Children/Adventure/Fantasy/Fairy Tale Number of Pages: 134 Publication Date: January 1, 2018 Story Perspective: Third-Person Themes: Travel, Animals, Relationships To Learn More About the Book, Click: Voyage of Pearl of the Seas on OBC Bookshelf Page *This was part of the OnlineBookClub.org Book of the Day Program and is reviewed for the Blogger Review Program* Chris, Kate, and their dog, Holly, take…… Continue reading Book Review: Voyage of Pearl of the Seas by Ruth Finnegan

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Book Review: Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll

Pages: 97 Genre: Classic/Fantasy/Children Publication Date: July 4, 1865 Story Perspective: Third-Person Themes: Dreams, Curiosity, Identity, Growing Up Young Alice falls down a rabbit hole and into the land of Wonderland. There are many odd encounters, strange conversations, and several magical creatures. Will she make her way back home? One of major feelings I got while reading was trippy.…… Continue reading Book Review: Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll

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ARC Review: Bob by Wendy Mass & Rebecca Stead

Pages: 208 Genre: Children/Fantasy Publication Date: May 1, 2018 Story Perspective: Alternating First-Person Themes: Rekindling Friendship, Imagination, Magic, Family, Helping One Another, Drought, Farm Life This book was given for free, courtesy by NetGalley  and Macmillan Children’s Publishing Group. After five years away, Livy returns back to Australia, with her mom and sister, to visit her grandmother. Since Livy was…… Continue reading ARC Review: Bob by Wendy Mass & Rebecca Stead

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Mini-Review: Becoming the Dragon by Alex Sapegin

Here’s another mini-review of a book I recently reviewed for OnlineBookClub.org. To read my full OnlineBookClub official review, you can go here: Becoming the Dragon Genre: Fantasy/Young Adult Themes: Destiny, Transformation, Discovery, Mentoring ~ The Good ~ Has several magical creatures – elves, gnomes, dragons, etc. Themes are portrayed well ~ The Not-So Good ~ Secondary…… Continue reading Mini-Review: Becoming the Dragon by Alex Sapegin

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Book Series Review: The Underland Chronicles by Suzanne Collins

I have recently finished The Underland Chronicles by Suzanne Collins. This is a children’s fantasy that follows a young boy named Gregor as he ventures to a whole new world under the ground, The Underland. Hence the name of the series. Why did I choose this series? Firstly, I chose this children’s series because I really enjoyed The…… Continue reading Book Series Review: The Underland Chronicles by Suzanne Collins

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Book Review: Gregor and the Code of Claw by Suzanne Collins

Pages: 412 Genre: Fantasy/Children/Adventure Publication Date: April 3, 2007 Story Perspective: Third-Person Themes: War, Loss, Grief, Family, Love, Sibling Love, Death, Friendship, Trust, Persistence, Courage, Compromise War is upon the Underlanders and Gregor finds himself right in the middle of it. With the delusional and unstable Bane as the rat leader, the humans must find a way to protect their…… Continue reading Book Review: Gregor and the Code of Claw by Suzanne Collins

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ARC Review: To Kill a Kingdom by Alexandra Christo

Pages: 346 Genre: Fantasy/Romance/Young Adult Publication Date:  March 6, 2018 Story Perspective: Alternating First-Person Themes: Royalty, Responsibilities, Negotiation, Acceptance, Romance, Trust, Loyalty, Honesty This book was given for free, courtesy by NetGalley  and Macmillan Children’s Publishing Group. Young Lira is of siren ancestry and is next in line to become queen. However, it seems that no matter what she does,…… Continue reading ARC Review: To Kill a Kingdom by Alexandra Christo