Ringer

It has been three weeks since the Haven Institute fell, but it still has subjects Lyra and Gemma in its insidious grip.

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This Savage Song

Rich in character, original in its world-building, and unpredictable in its plotting, this offbeat urban fantasy finds nuance in the battle between good and evil.

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An Ember in the Ashes

Though An Ember in the Ashes is filled with such beautiful and descriptive passages I still found it to be a little underwhelming and predictable.

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Cinder

Although it packs in more genres than comfortably fit, this series opener and debut offers a high coolness factor by rewriting Cinderella as a kick-ass mechanic in a plague-ridden future.

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Frostblood by Elly Blake

I can’t resist a good dark fairy tale with a little romance, especially when the two protagonists start out as antagonists – no instalove here.

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