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Review: “Labyrinth Lost,” Zoraida Cordova

Pros: Fascinating Cons: Powers become generic Rating: 3.5 out of 5 Labyrinth Lost (Brooklyn Brujas), by Zoraida Cordova, is billed as a young adult book (not surprising, given the themes of finding oneself and growing into our power), but it’s

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Review: “The Lucent Sylph,” RJ Conte

Pros: Enjoyable little story Cons: Rating: 4 out of 5   RJ Conte’s Lucent Sylph: A Short Story is a brief tale–the sort of thing there wasn’t much market for before people could put up small ebooks at low prices.

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"Dreaming Awake," Gwen Hayes

Pros: It’s good to see what happens next, but… Cons: Wishy-washy whiny heroine; too much back-and-forth; less focus on the things that made the world so unique; Hayden seems bland now; heroine keeps missing the obvious things Rating: 2.5 out

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"Falling Under," Gwen Hayes

Pros: Falling Under caught hold of me and refused to let go, even days after I’d finished reading it Cons: If there were any, I was too enthralled to notice Rating: 6 out of 5 Review book courtesy of Penguin

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The Magickers Chronicles Vol. Two: a Non-Review

Review book courtesy of Penguin Group   To recap: when I put up a “non-review,” it means I couldn’t finish a book. I’m not going to review it on Epinions or Amazon, and this isn’t going to be a full-on

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"The Rule of Won," Stefan Petrucha

Pros: Clever, fun, intriguing, and thoughtful Cons: Make sure you’re ready to handle the topics Rating: 4.5 out of 5

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