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Monthly Archives: July 2008
by Meredith Ann Pierce While Aeriel and her mistress, Eoduin, are picking flowers for a wedding high atop a mountain peak, Eoduin is captured by a vampyre — a pale, gorgeous, black-winged creature. When Aeriel returns without Eoduin, Eoduin’s mother … Continue reading
by Sally Gardner Coriander Hobie led a fairly idyllic life up until the age of nine. Before nine she had a father who doted upon her and a beautiful mother who lavished her with attention and told her beautiful fairy-tales. … Continue reading
by Adam Gallardo and Todd Demong First, what are the odds that I would read two book with the number 100 in the title back to back? Not very likely, I would say, but it has happened. Sylvia knows she’s … Continue reading
by N. D. Wilson Henry York has descended on Henry, Kansas to stay with his aunt, uncle, and three cousins until the situation with his parents can be sorted out — they were kidnapped while bicycling through South America but … Continue reading
by Kelley Armstrong Chloe Saunders is a fairly normal high school freshman, or so she thinks. Then she is attacked by a janitor with a melting face only she can see–a ghost, but she doesn’t know that quite yet. After … Continue reading