Great premise that follows a displaced and abused princess on a journey of strength and empowerment.
Deeply disturbing, Orphan Monster Spy is a captivating story of a young Jew in Nazi-controlled Germany, bringing young audiences a relatable, thrilling, and thought-provoking tale.
An exciting beginning to a new series despite the overall lack of plot development and slow pace because it offers insight into the human psyche.
A fun and captivating ghost story that jumps through time to capture the hardships that Rose endures while luring the reader into a tale of wonder and horror.
A thoughtful read that follows the journey of a biracial girl as she learns to love herself and find her way.
An incredible and rich retelling that captures the magic and wonder of Greek Mythology.
Slightly predictable, Furyborn weaves together a different sort of magic as it tells a story about two impressive girls who would define a nation.
These three ladies do it again, bringing a new dimension to a classic retelling, bringing in ghosts and amazing plot twists with fantastic characters. A must read that does not disappoint.
An original concept dogged down by a slow moving novel that lends itself to too much telling, not enough showing, while also taking it’s time to define and grow the characters and their dynamics.
An imaginative ghost story that bridges time and warps the mind, catching the reader off guard.
Vivid and compelling, Markswoman gives women the power in a story that deals with betrayal, treachery, power, and mysticism.
A compelling penultimate novel that finally picks up the pace and allows the others characters to grow and flourish.
An amazing retelling of Beauty and the Beast that gives new life into the story, luring the reader deeper and deeper into this new tale and these characters.
A tale of Hortense de Beauharnais, step-daughter of the great Napoleon works its beauty as it draws the reader into a story about the early days of a new France filled with hope and beauty.
Historical fiction at its finest, Christina Henry does it again with her mermaid tale that isn’t really a retelling, but a whole new story with a sharp and dark edge.
Majestic in Magic, Mysticism, and Storytelling | Review of ‘A Thousand Nights’ (A Thousand Nights #1)
Not an exact retelling, but one that offers new twists and turns, giving power to the women in the tale, offering up a unique, if not long, read.