Elysian Reviews

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Chronic Pain in YA Books

As I sit in my chair, there is a constant stabbing pain in my right arm and left knee. Both my legs tingle all over, and I have a lingering headache from my dizziness earlier in the week. I'm also... Continue Reading →

Only 18 Days Until Graevale’s Release!

On February 1st Graevale is released! Who's excited to find out what happens to the gang, what plots unfold, and if there is Kailex?! Graevale is the fourth book in The Medoran Chronicles by Lynette Noni (which is planned to... Continue Reading →

The Shadow Girl – Review

'A train full of shadows. Of living ghosts. On a journey to nowhere.' The Shadow Girl by John Larkin is a book that will make you re-examine the way you look at the world and just how horrible it can... Continue Reading →

January TBR

For January I have set five books that I want to read. I probably won't read them all, not because I won't be able to read five books (believe me I can). But because I tend to forget that I... Continue Reading →

Reading Goals – 2018

At the start of the new year I always ask myself a question. How many books do I want to read this year? The obvious answer is all of them, but sadly that is impossible. For the last few years... Continue Reading →

Books That I Read 2017

Over 2017 I aimed to read 100 books and met my goal. At the end of 2017 I had finished 108 books most of them I liked, some I loved, some I didn't care for, and then there were the... Continue Reading →

Books That Surprised Me

December is the time for reflecting on the good and bad of the past year. I like to look back on the books I have read throughout the year and talk about the best and worst (In this case surprising.)... Continue Reading →

Slated by Teri Terry

Slated by Teri Terry is a great book that I gave 4.6/5 stars. From the great cover and mysterious blurb Slated was a book I just had to pick up. In this book I loved the ideas she presents about... Continue Reading →

The Diabolic Book Review

"A Diabolic is ruthless. A Diabolic is powerful. A Diabolic has a single task: Kill in order to protect the person you've been created for." I wasn't always into Dystopian novels but lately, I have been finding myself reading quite... Continue Reading →

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