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Review: North Star Guide Me Home, Jo Spurrier

Review: North Star Guide Me Home, Jo Spurrier

Please note: this is my review of the third book in the Children of the Black Sun trilogy and so contains spoilers for books one and two. You may prefer to read my reviews for Winter Be My Shield and Black Sun Light My Way instead. After the defeat of… Read more »

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Armchair BEA: Beyond the Borders

Welcome back, Armchair BEA visitors and other lovely readers! Today’s topic of choice takes us Beyond the Borders to books that “transported you to a different world, taught you about a different culture, and/or helped you step into the shoes of someone different from you.”. We’d like to share a… Read more »

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Armchair BEA: Introductions

Hello Armchair BEA visitors! Welcome to Tea in the Treetops! The Book Expo of America is on this week in New York City. The Tea in the Treetops blogging team is made up of reviewers from around the world, but since none of us live anywhere near New York, we’re… Read more »

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Review: Dark Eden, Chris Beckett

Review: Dark Eden, Chris Beckett

On the sunless world of Eden, a small group of humans live among the warm, glowing trees and six-legged creatures. Several generations ago, a ship arrived on Eden by accident. After they tried to repair the damage, the crew decided to try to return to Earth, but two remained –… Read more »

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Review: The Girl with All the Gifts, MJ Carey

Review: The Girl with All the Gifts, MJ Carey

Melanie is a ten-year-old girl being kept in a secure facility somewhere north of London. Each day, she and several other children are taken to a classroom strapped into their wheelchairs, and all precautions are taken to keep them away from each other and the adults on the base. Britain… Read more »

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Review: A Creature of Moonlight, Rebecca Hahn

Review: A Creature of Moonlight, Rebecca Hahn

Marni is the Dragon’s daughter, born after her mother ran away to the woods and was one of the only women ever to make it out again alive. For carrying a half-human monster, her mother was killed by her own brother, the prince. The infant Marni was spared and sent… Read more »

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Review: The Forever Song, Julie Kagawa

Review: The Forever Song, Julie Kagawa

The nail-biting conclusion to the Blood of Eden trilogy that started with The Immortal Rules. This story has vampires, zombies, deadly viruses and humans struggling to survive. Please note, this is the third book in the Blood of Eden trilogy, so this review contains spoilers for the earlier books. You… Read more »

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