REVIEW by Trish: The Ugly Princess: The Legend of the Winnowwood by Henderson Smith (@hendersonwrites)

Originally posted on Pure Textuality:
What would you give up to be beautiful? I don’t mean attractive, or pretty or any other term you could conjure up to describe that thing most women seek to be or most men seek to be with. I mean staggeringly beautiful, men falling at your feet with hopeless adoration…

REVIEW: Traitor

Traitor by Nicole Conway Traitor is the third installation in the Dragonriders Chronicles, following Fledgling and Avian. This series is not a trilogy, so don’t expect the adventure to end here, which isn’t a bad thing. I wanted to read the ending of this story, but I’m glad it wasn’t rushed because Traitor was a … More REVIEW: Traitor

REVIEW: Avian

Avian by Nicole Conway Avian begins where Fledgling left off—literally with Jaevid in the same scene still reluctantly riding home for the three month interlude. Jaevid returns to find Katty with another boy (another blacksmith!) named Bren and his childhood home abandoned. Katty lives up to her name early on, and it’s clear she has … More REVIEW: Avian

REVIEW: Fledgling

Fledgling by Nicole Conway Jaevid is a half-elf, half-human that’s sent to live with this biological human father, Ulric, who makes saddles for dragon riders. Fledgling, especially early on, goes quickly into How to Train Your Dragon territory. Jaevid is basically Elven Hiccup. If this is the How to Train Your Dragon novelization, I’m okay with … More REVIEW: Fledgling

REVIEW: Artificial

Artificial by Jadah McCoy In the future, humans battle for their life in Elite City. Like in many dystopias, humans destroyed the earth through their own hubris. The humans created the androids, the androids disappeared, leaving humanity to its fate. . That is, after the androids (the Glitches) developed emotions. Massive, bug like Culls show … More REVIEW: Artificial