“Beauty and the Clockwork Beast” is yet another book in Shadow Mountain’s Proper Romance line. What comes as a surprised is the use of otherworldly characters in this interpretation of a classic tale.
Browsing: young adult
What if Vlad the Impaler had been a woman? That’s the question Kiersten White explores in the Conquerors Saga. “And I Darken” is the first book in the trilogy.
Elizabeth May’s Falconter trilogy started with a character. “I had a faery-killing girl screaming in my head and I just had to write her story down.”
“The Cresswell Plot,” by Eliza Wass, is beyond creepy. Not in a horror movie kind of way, but in a suspense, biting your fingers kind of way.
Author Beth Kephart’s latest novel, “This is the Story of You,” focuses on communities of people — young and old, afraid and brave, lost and found.
“Everland” is the first book in a planned trilogy, and if the next two books are as engaging as the first, author Wendy Spinale will have a hit on her hands.
Disney fairy tales have become a staple in households worldwide. In “Once Upon a Dream,” Liz Braswell asks, what if Sleeping Beauty never woke up?
Sarah Rees Brennan’s “Tell the Wind and Fire” is one of those books you should probably try reading before buying. In my case — I wouldn’t spend the money.