Ruta Sepetys’ latest young adult novel, The Fountains of Silence, sweeps readers into an oft-forgotten time in Spain’s history.
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Cinderella must be the most reimagined fairytale in history. Julie Wright’s Glass Slippers, Ever After, and Me is a fresh take on the classic.
David Glen Robb’s Paul, Big, and Small is an excellent young adult read that packs a punch and deserves your time and reflection.
While its historical elements drew me in, it’s the fictional story in Stacey’s Lee’s The Downstairs Girl that draws you in.
Sarah M. Eden’s The Lady and the Highwayman celebrates Penny Dreadfuls by exploring the lives behind her fictional characters.
If you’ve made it through the spring/summer without hearing about Nafiza Azad’s The Candle and the Flame, where have you been?
In Spin the Dawn author Elizabeth Lim has mastered the age-old task of showing rather than telling. It’s one of my favorite fantasy novels of 2019.
Lady in the Coppergate Tower is Nancy Campbell Allen’s 13th novel and the third book in her Steampunk Proper Romance series from Shadow Mountain Publishing.
The Twelve Dancing Princesses gets new life in Erin A. Craig’s engrossing new young adult novel, House of Salt and Sorrows.
In The Surface Breaks, by Louise O’Neill, reimagines Hans Christian Andersen’s original fairy tale with a feminist twist.