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Netgalley Review: Teen Trailblazers by Jennifer Calvert

Synopsis: "True stories of young women who made a big difference! From authors to activists, painters to politicians, inventors to icons, these inspiring teenagers are proof that girls can change the world. Joan of Arc. Anne Frank. Cleopatra. Pocahontas. Mary Shelley. Many of these heroines are well-known. But have you heard of Sybil Ludington, a… Continue reading Netgalley Review: Teen Trailblazers by Jennifer Calvert

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Mini Review: Goodbye Natalie Goodbye Splendour by Marti Rulli

Synopsis: "Natalie Wood was a Hollywood icon, beloved by millions for her performances in such classics as Miracle on 34th Street, West Side Story and Rebel Without a Cause. Married for the second time to actor Robert Wagner and the mother of young children, Natalie had everything to live for. Her bizarre death on or near… Continue reading Mini Review: Goodbye Natalie Goodbye Splendour by Marti Rulli

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Netgalley Review: Beneath the Citadel by Destiny Soria

Synopsis: "In the city of Eldra, people are ruled by ancient prophecies. For centuries, the high council has stayed in power by virtue of the prophecies of the elder seers. After the last infallible prophecy came to pass, growing unrest led to murders and an eventual rebellion that raged for more than a decade. In… Continue reading Netgalley Review: Beneath the Citadel by Destiny Soria

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Blogtober – Mini Review : Certain Dark Things by Silvia Moreno-Garcia

Synopsis: "Welcome to Mexico City… An Oasis In A Sea Of Vampires… Domingo, a lonely garbage-collecting street kid, is busy eking out a living when a jaded vampire on the run swoops into his life. Atl, the descendant of Aztec blood drinkers, must feast on the young to survive and Domingo looks especially tasty. Smart,… Continue reading Blogtober – Mini Review : Certain Dark Things by Silvia Moreno-Garcia

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Review: Iron Cast by Destiny Soria

Synopsis: In 1919, Ada Navarra—the intrepid daughter of immigrants—and Corinne Wells—a spunky, devil-may-care heiress—make an unlikely pair. But at the Cast Iron nightclub in Boston, anything and everything is possible. At night, on stage together, the two best friends, whose “afflicted” blood gives them the ability to create illusions through art, weave magic under the… Continue reading Review: Iron Cast by Destiny Soria