An Awfully Beastly Business: Sea Monsters and Other Delicacies by The Beastly Boys

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Book Review

Title: An Awfully Beastly Business: Sea Monsters and Other Delicacies

Author: The Beastly Boys

Genre: MG/Paranormal/Adventure

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Review: After the ending of Werewolf versus Dragon I couldn’t wait to jump into this book especially since we know from the blurb that Marackai is making another appearance but instead of planning a Ring of Horrors, this time he is aiming for a beast feast. We see Marackai and his henchmen, preparing to capture a sea monster to eat but somehow it ends up in the care of Dr. Fielding but it does have a serious brain injury but due to its dangerous nature it is impossible to operate on, meaning they will house it until it dies but Ulf doesn’t seem content with this fact and knowing the lengths he is willing to go I have a feeling that Ulf is the key to saving one of the rarest sea monsters in existence.

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Desired by the Alien (Rebels of Sidyth #5) by Sabrina Kade

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Title: Desired by the Alien (Rebels of Sidyth #5)

Author: Sabrina Kade

Genre: Sci-Fi/Romance

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Review: This is the fifth book in the Rebels of Sidyth series and I have lived all the entries so far, this one is following Exer; who is the most human looking of the Sidyths and Sloane. This pair have a complicated romance before we even begin ad they are mentioned in the previous book as part of a love square. We learn that at the start of this novel that a year has almost passed since the girl arrived. Blythe has given birth to a baby girl named Kyeth and York, Ellis, and Layla are pregnant.

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Geneva Sommers and the Myth of Lies by C J Benjamin

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Title: Geneva Sommers and the Myth of Lies

Author: C J Benjamin

Genre: YA/Fantasy/Romance

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Review: After reading the first two books in this series and loving them returning to this world was very exciting for me. We re-join Geneva and her group of gifted children as they head back to the Troian Center, but Geneva’s powers have been halved and given to her sister Jenna and there is an uncomfortable vibe within the group, especially between Geneva and Nova. As they arrive back they see the Troian Center has changed drastically and they unknowingly are walking straight into a trap set by Malakai Vanir to capture the Eva.

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Saga Volume One by Brian K. Vaughan & Fiona Staples

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Title: Saga Volume One

Author: Brian K. Vaughan & Fiona Staples

Genre: Graphic Novel

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Review: We are introduced to Marko and Alana, as Alana gives birth to their daughter. We can see that both are not human as Marko has horns and Alana has wings, I had heard a lot about the Saga series and the opening didn’t disappoint. Alana and Marko seem to be on opposite sides of a war and their daughter is something both sides want as it was thought that their two species could mate much less reproduce and our narrator is the baby named Hazel.

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An Awfully Beastly Business: Werewolf versus Dragon by The Beastly Boys

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Book Review

Title: An Awfully Beastly Business: Werewolf versus Dragon

Author: The Beastly Boys

Genre: MG/Paranormal/Adventure

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Review: So, these were actually books I bought for my younger brother, but they sounded interesting, so I thought I’d give them a go, as I love middle-grade fiction as much as I love young adult. We are introduced to Ulf who is a werewolf living at the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Beasts or RSPCB. We learn a lot in the opening chapters of the novel, we learn that Dr. Fielding the RSPCB vet rescues and looks after a lot of beasts including Ulf who she rescues when he was just a baby but he hasn’t just been allowed outside of the facility but that doesn’t bother him too much as he is allowed to help with all sorts of things. However, one night they witness some migrating dragons and the next morning the baby dragon they had seen turns up dead and Ulf helps to perform the autopsy of the poor creature.

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March Wrap Up

I read a total of 19 books in March which would have been more if I had the chance to participate in Zoe’s 24-hour readathon but unfortunately I was working. However, this month does take me to 37% of my yearly goal of 300 books.

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1. Her Wonderland Kings by Stefanie Marie – While fleeing her controlling asshole of an ex-fiance, Alexandra Kincade accidentally opens a portal to Wonderland. Yes, that Wonderland. But instead of a whimsical, colorful world of tarts and tea-parties, Alex finds a divided empire at the mercy of a sweeping darkness that’s painting the roses—and everything else—dead. As a descendant of the first Alice (yes, that Alice), Alex carries what might be the only magic powerful enough to save this crumbling world. Problem is, she can’t wield it alone. Enter the four kings of Wonderland. Each one is a different compliment to her power. And each one is desperate and willing to do whatever it takes to save their world—even if that means sharing Wonderland’s one true queen and her magic.

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March Reviews

I read a total of 19 books in March which would have been more if I had the chance to participate in Zoe’s 24-hour readathon but unfortunately I was working. However, this month does take me to 37% of my yearly goal of 300 books.

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1. Her Wonderland Kings by Stefanie Marie *** – This review is going to follow the same structure as Cold Fingers and Surrender to Them, as I am going to review each book individually, so if you haven’t read this series or just want to know my thoughts on one book you can skip to the relevant section. This book is labelled as a reverse harem Alice in Wonderland retelling and as I loved other Alice in Wonderland retellings like Splintered by A. G. Howard I couldn’t wait to jump into this trilogy.

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