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Ordinary Monsters is an Epic Introduction to a New Series

Escape your life for the Cairndale Institute, where children go to train their magical abilities, when you pick up J.M. Miro’s new novel, ‘Ordinary Monsters.’

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Magic and Music Are One and the Same in The Song That Moves The Sun

Anna Bright, author of The Beholder, is back with her new novel ‘The Song That Moves the Sun.’

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The Dead Romantics is a Hauntingly Delightful Homecoming

Ashley Poston, author of ‘Geekerella,’ is back with ‘The Dead Romantics.’

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The Suspense in Hidden Pictures Will Draw You in

Cass review’s Jason Rekulak’s new thriller, “Hidden Pictures.”

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Star Wars: Shadow of the Sith Accomplishes the Near-Impossible

Luke Skywalker and Lando Calrissian race into the mystery of the Sith’s lingering shadow to aid a young family running for their lives.

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Crash Course: Light Novels

Light novels are a Japanese style of young adult novels. They have a wide range of topics, often include manga/anime style illustrations and are often made into anime!

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Nettle & Bone is a Clever New Fairy Tale Classic

Lainey reviews T. Kingfisher’s take on classic fairy tales, “Nettle & Bone.”

Book of Night is Here to Lift Your Gloom

Discover a world of shadow in Holly Black’s new urban fantasy novel, “Book of Night.”

‘Siren Queen’ is Dazzlingly Beautiful

Cidnya reviews Nghi Vo’s newest novel, ‘Siren Queen.’

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Elektra: An Interwoven Tale of Restitution and Tragedy

Mothball reviews Jennifer Saint’s newest Greek myth retelling, ‘Elektra.’