Amelia Fang and the Barbaric Ball – Laura Ellen Anderson

A very sweet and malicious story with an adorable pacific little vampire girl and her very very cute pet-pumpkin! The inversion of point of view (daytime is so scary with its abominable monsters as kittens and unicorns!) The story deals prettily about friendship and first impressions, and rather deeply about neglecting parents, without being depressing. …

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City of Broken Magic -Mirah Bolender

This book was a lovely surprise! I was somewhat worried in the beginning, as classical fantasy tends to bore me rather easily these days... But "City of broken magic" has some real personality and some excellent characters, and consequently my reading was great! To begin with the minor flaws. They're all of the same trend, …

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Changeling (Sorcery and society – 1) – Molly Harper

Despite some few menial flaws (probably corrected in the last update), "Changeling" was a very good read. I appreciated that the classical themes weren't a pretext to over broached some happy clichés. For instance, if there are two young boy, there isn't any love triangle! (Shocking I know, one of them is just a childhood …

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