Heirs of Neverland by Kara Swanson

This is not Walt Disney’s Peter Pan. I loved Disney’s Peter Pan. Even in that version, Peter is shown as selfish and moody, but Kara Swanson’s Heirs of Neverland duology focuses on just how much damage those aspects of Peter’s personality can cause. The dangers of never growing up, not just physically, but emotionally and […]

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A Poison Dark and Drowning by Jessica Cluess

Henrietta Howel was brought to London as the first female sorcerer in centuries. She was the chosen one who would help defeat the Ancients terrorizing England, but she’s not the chosen one. Still, she must carry on for the public as though she is the one who will save them. It means that she and […]

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Blood Rose Rebellion by Rosalyn Eves

In London, in the mid-1800’s, Anna Arden lives a life of high society, marked by the ability to use magic. Only she can’t perform the simplest of spells. But she can break them, though she doesn’t know how. There are some who believe that magic should be available to any who wish to use it. […]

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