Books by Fantasy
My Fairly Dangerous Godmother (2000)
4.33 of 5 Votes: 4
Rallison writes some of the most fun, light hearted reads out there and her My Fair Godmother series is one of these best ones she writes. Full of chaos, laughs, smiles, and a fairy godmother in training and her little helper, that is sure to make anyone fall in love with them and keep turning th...
Story Thieves (2000)
4.17 of 5 Votes: 4
Story Thieves will defiantly steal your heart with the amazing plot, setting, writing, and most importantly, the characters. After reading the "Half Upon a Time" series, I never expected Riley to outdo himself, but I think he did an extreme job at creating an entirely different world. Even though...
Dreamfire (2000)
4.43 of 5 Votes: 4
The whole concept of Dreamwalkers very interesting but I do have to the in-depth sometimes tedious explanations of dream walking and dream theories the book dragged for a while, even though all the action scenes in the nightmare. But lucky I stuck to it because it picked up about half way through...
The Invasion of the Tearling (2000)
3.75 of 5 Votes: 4
I was lucky enough to get an ARC of this book, and oh my gosh it's amazing. It is very different from Queen, it delves into the history of the land and more of the magic. Kelsea changes and develops in so many ways, and not all of them good. The integration of Lily's story is absolutely fascinati...
The Invasion of the Tearling LP (2000)
3.76 of 5 Votes: 4
Putting her foot down and refusing to send shipments of slaves to the Mort was Queen Kelsea’s first decision as a Queen, and it might be the one that will destroy her Kingdom. The Mort won’t take no for an answer and they are marching on the Tearling to take by force what they think is their due,...
SNEAK PEEK: A Darker Shade of Magic SAMPLE (2014)
4.5 of 5 Votes: 2
When I saw that there was a 150 page excerpt of Victoria Schwab’s Latest book on Netgalley I was practically giddy with excitement, and rightfully so. I absolutely loved this preview. The writing was beautiful and I couldn't get enough of the world(s) that the author built. I found myself getting...
Emaculum (2000)
4.47 of 5 Votes: 3
"Emaculum" begins right where "The Scourge: Nostrum" ended. Having obtained three vials of a cure for the disease inflicting the zombie-like “plaguers,” Sir Edward of Bodiam and his friend Sir Tristan of Rye need only to return to the abbey of St. Edmund’s Bury to complete their quest. There, Edw...
Beyond the Laughing Sky (2014)
4.12 of 5 Votes: 1
This is about a boy hatched from an egg with a beak and feathers but sadly without wings. I liked this book because:1. It Dares the Reader to dream..."You said impossible," the widow would point out."There ain't no such thing. There's thing you've seen and there's thing you may not have, but the...
Bonus Track (2014)
3.6 of 5 Votes: 3
jadiiiiiiii.....hahahahaha,cerita d buku ini seruuuuu dan mnyenangkan,walaupun cerita nya tentang hantu yg gentayangan...trust me,hantunya kocak abiiiis,sbnarnya saya berharap sesuatu yg berbau romance,tp gak ad sm sekali...ada siiih,tp saya anggap gak ad krn yg jatuh cinta ini si hantu yg ternya...
Gemini Cell (2000)
3.74 of 5 Votes: 3
GEMINI CELL is the rare military action thriller that isn’t defined by the action or the plot. Instead, Myke Cole’s fourth book is all about the characters, and the relationships that define each of them.Jim Schweitzer is a U.S. Navy SEAL whose team conducts covert missions around the world, rely...
All the Answers (2000)
4.31 of 5 Votes: 5
All the Answers is full of spunk and surprise. Ava, a middle schooler, finds a magic pencil that can answer any factual question she writes down with it. Really, what's not to love? I enjoyed the characters thoroughly and the secret behind the pencil's magic caught me off guard in the best way. T...
Farewell to Cedar Key (2014)
4.5 of 5 Votes: 4
Won this off of Goodreads.At the time I did not know this was a series of books, but you can read this as a stand alone bookThe author Terri DuLong did a wonderful job of making you feel you where right there in this small little town. Found it to be a fast and easy read which I really enjoyed. T...
In a World Just Right (2000)
4.7 of 5 Votes: 4
A quick read that kept me engaged to the very end. The end itself, however, was ridiculous--by retaining world-makers in the real real world, the author sacrificed the disbelief I was willing to suspend for the coma story, and even the miraculous coming back to consciousness fully educated and b...
Nightbird (2000)
3.88 of 5 Votes: 4
3.5 stars, because it is Alice Hoffman, who so masterfully writes for both Young Adults and Adults, and because she writes magical realism so believably. There is much to love about this short tale--especially Twig, our heroine, who is the keeper of the family secrets. It's a heavy burden for one...
William Shakespeare's Star Wars Collection: William Shakespeare's Star Wars, William Shakespeare's the Empire Striketh Back, and William Shakespeare's the Jedi Doth Return (2014)
4.59 of 5 Votes: 5
I love Star Wars. I love Shakespeare. Both have been important to me since I was a child. These audiobooks intrigued me from the minute I saw them show up as recommendations on Audible and finally I had enough credits to listen to all three in quick succession. I'm so glad I did. This version of ...