Review: The Iron Traitor, Julie Kagawa

Review: The Iron Traitor, Julie Kagawa

This tale takes us back into the Nevernever with Ethan on a search for the young Iron Prince. Rumor has it that Keirran is toeing the line of prophetic danger and Ethan is sought out to find him. The Call of the Forgotten is taking an interesting turn of events… Read more »

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Welcome to Tea in the Treetops Blog!

Hello and welcome! Pull up a cushion and make yourself comfortable. Tea in the Treetops blog is a collaboration by several experienced book bloggers – we’ve decided to combine our efforts into one mega-blog. As well as book discussion, we aim to share our love of reading by sharing reviews… Read more »

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Review: A Serpentine Affair, Tina Seskis

Review: A Serpentine Affair, Tina Seskis

After reading this novel the first thought that came to my mind was a quote from Hamlet: “Something is rotten in the state of Denmark”. Only with A Serpentine Affair, something is rotten in Hyde Park! The story follows seven university friends over a period of 25 years. Since graduating,… Read more »

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Review: The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer, Michelle Hodkin

Review: The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer, Michelle Hodkin

Overview This book had me hooked. I thought it was suspenseful, horrifying, and full of mystery. What in the world could possibly be happening to Mara? There were times that I was sufficiently creeped out while reading. That is the good stuff; however, this book fell into some of the… Read more »

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Review: Under the Never Sky, Veronica Rossi

Review: Under the Never Sky, Veronica Rossi

Overview This is a brilliantly crafted debut from author Veronica Rossi. Featuring a intricate and vivid world, there exists the dichotomy of two types of peoples, the dwellers and the outsiders. When these worlds mix for Aria and Peregrine, not only are we in for a wonderful journey but we… Read more »

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Review: White Cat, Holly Black

Review: White Cat, Holly Black

After getting into this book, I began to really enjoy the story that was being told. Black has constructed an alternate reality of Curse Workers that extends back into the most ancient of histories; workers populate Australia and the United States pilfering jobs for crime families like The Godfather. In… Read more »

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Review: Wither, Lauren DeStefano

Review: Wither, Lauren DeStefano

Overview To have such a rigid setting, Lauren DeStefano did a spectacular job at creating the world that exists years into the future. The best Dystopian settings are the ones that are plausible and the perfect test tube baby is a possibility in the future. Her characters are so well… Read more »

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Review: XVI, Julia Karr

Review: XVI, Julia Karr

Overview After spending some time reading this book, I was disappointed in the writing style and abandoned the selection. As a dystopian world, I didn’t feel like I was being introduced into the world at all and there was a LOT of jargon and situations that left me confused and… Read more »

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