The Painted Man: A Book Review

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By Alberto Pupo

A world where demons stalk the night. The people live in terror and fear of these so-called Corelings? Can these creatures be beaten? Or will they eventually overtake all humanity? Continue reading “The Painted Man: A Book Review”

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A Gathering of Shadows: A Book Review

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By Alberto Pupo

Sometimes we all need to run away and start fresh. This is a constant theme which runs through A Gathering of Shadows by V.E. Schwab. This story continues to the tales of Lila and Kell as they try to balance duty with personal freedom. Where will this journey lead them? Continue reading “A Gathering of Shadows: A Book Review”

A Darker Shade of Magic: Book Review

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By Alberto Pupo

 

Doors, to different dimensions? Magic users? A female pirate thief?  London is the setting for this fantasy journey but is London in a way you have never seen it before in this first of book of a fantasy trilogy A Darker Shade of Magic by V.E. Schwab. Continue reading “A Darker Shade of Magic: Book Review”

A Return to Fantasy

 

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By Alberto Pupo

The fantasy genre is one that I frequently read growing up. Stories which involve magic, knights, kings, and queens, battles, dragons. All of these things I find utterly fascinating. There is nothing like a scintillating tale of medieval warfare (Mixed with hyperbole and fantastic creatures). I remember in middle school and high school finishing an Continue reading “A Return to Fantasy”

The Silver Princess: Book Review

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By Alberto Pupo

Relationships can prove to be a tangle. Family, love, duty. When all these very concepts collide, it can create conflicts.

The Silver Princess by Lea Carter is the first book in a series which builds its story around the very nature of relationships. However, one key difference is that in this tale the relationships that are explored exist within a realm of fairy people who despite an Continue reading “The Silver Princess: Book Review”