• Review: The Alex Crow

    Out of all of the books I have read by Andrew Smith, The Alex Crow is the most unique story. The fact that Smith can take multiple stories and deftly weave them together shows what a talented writer he is. I admit that I was confused by the changes in...

  • Review: The Seventh

    I felt bad for Mimi because I know what it’s like to be an outcast and have people judge you, even when they don’t truly know you. In Mimi’s case her situation is ghosts, as in she sees them. Since she was thirteen she has collected ghosts and she currently...

  • Review: I Was Here

    Ugh this one is way different than Forman's other books. This book is very slow for one thing. The other thing is it does a lot of telling instead of showing. Which I think is funny because when I went to Leaky Con 14' that was one of the main things...

  • Article: Character Interview From Breaking Sky by Cori McCarthy #BookGiveaway

    Meet the Elite Teen Fighter Pilots of the United Star Academy Full Name: CHASE (TOURN) HARCOURT Call Sign: NYX Position: Pilot Height: 5’7” Hair Color: Brown faux hawk Eye Color: Brown Age: 17 Originally from: Detroit, Michigan Plane name...

  • Review: Walking the Dog

    I have to be honest and say that although this was a good story overall, there were some parts that I thought moved a bit slow for my taste. Having said that, I really admired Jared Westin because no matter what anyone thought about Sophie, the late in...

  • Review: Frostfire Kanin Chronicles, #1

    Kanin Chronicles is a spinoff of Amanda's Trylle series which was very entertaining and I highly recommend. First off, if you are looking for this series to be similar, then don’t. They are different. Bryn is so different from Wendy in the Trylle series....

  • Review: Super Pop! Pop Culture Top Ten Lists to Help You Win at Trivia, Survive in the Wild, and Make It Through the Holidays

    For me, pop culture is always fun and interesting to read and this book brings us much of it. Some is older than what I would consider pop culture of today, but not less interesting. There are chapters full of lists, and tidbits about them, to keep readers...

  • Review: The Disobedient Queen Katherine of Valois

    Katherine of Valois became the wife of King Henry V of England. She grew to love her husband and was saddened at his death. When she fell in love with Owen Tudor, she defied all laws and became his wife. This union began the dynasty of the House of Tudor....

  • Review: All the Bright Places

    What a beautifully disturbing, haunting, heart wrenching, heartwarming, young adult novel. Finch and Violet are an unlikely pair. Finch, a misunderstood misfit, and Violet, more popular and accepted by their high school peers, meet in an unlikely place...

  • Article: City Love by Susane Colasanti

    The awesome Susane Colasanti is giving away an ARC of her April 21st release of City Love! City Love Three different teenage girls learn how to navigate their hearts and NYC. City Love is the start of a romantic new series for fans of Sarah Dessen,...

  • Review: The Cipher

    This techno thriller is very close to the real world. Which just made it really creepy! Robert (Smiles) was a very good and convincing character. With a side cast of techno geeks this story will grip you until the end pages. These characters are set for...

  • Review: Girl in a Funk: Quick Stress Busters (and Why They Work)

    Quick Stress Busters offers plenty of tips for teenage girls to use to help them relax and unwind when they are stressed out. From telling a teen to write her feelings out on paper; to making your own tea bath, from teaching short exercises to uncramp...

  • Review: Start It Up The Complete Teen Business Guide to Turning Your Passions into Pay

    In this informative book geared to young budding entrepreneurs, Ms. Rankin provides pivotal data for young adults to think about and use in order to make their new businesses successful. She provides sample business plans for them to look over and gives...

  • Review: Elixir

    Before I proceed with this review, I must first say that I really don’t like reading stories written in the present tense. Some people have no problem with them, but some people do. I am in the latter camp. This was a huge factor in my decision not to...

  • Review: The Eighth Guardian Annum Guard Book, #1

    I had a hard time reading The Eighth Guardian. While the story concept was great the actual story telling was not for me. I want a book that catches my attention within the first 50 to 100 pages and unfortunately with every chapter that I read, I couldn't...

  • Article: LINES: Behind The Books & Movie by Ashley C. Harris

    Lines, three short controversial YA novellas about blackmail, manipulation, dangerous love, and drugs.  Find out how these novellas are intertwined with an independent movie that has been filmed by a young women like never before. In this post get...

  • Review: Sudden Secrets

    Sudden Secrets is an interesting YA book written by C. Lee McKenzie. It’s entertaining enough for anyone to enjoy, regardless of age. The storyline is easy to follow, and gives you enough history on the characters to allow you to relate and enjoy them....

  • Interview: Tamazon Interviews Gayle Forman

    Current Release: I Was Here Do you choose the titles for your books? Yes, except my first non-fiction You Can't Get There from Here. I had it foisted on me and I hate it. What inspired you to write YA and is it the first genre you wrote? No, my first...

  • Review: I Kissed a Ghoul

    You would think that being the mayor’s son would automatically make you popular. Unfortunately, this isn’t the case for Tommy Wharton. As a matter of fact, he gets picked on for being overweight. However, there are some perks like using his dad’s campaign...

  • Review: Covenant's End A Widdershins Adventure, #4

    It was hard to sit down and start Covenant’s End, knowing it would be the last adventure of Widdershins and Olgun. How do you say goodbye to a character like Widdershins? When you are Ari Marmell, you do it the hard way, no corners cut, no feelings spared....

  • Review: Blackout Annum Guard Book, #2

    I thought Blackout was book one to the Annum Guard series and then found out that it was book two. I have since ordered book one. Oh my God, this book was so good! Even without reading book one I wasn’t too lost. A friend had read book one, so if I had...

  • Review: Bridges Burned Going Down in Flames, #2

    Bridges Burned caught my eye not only by its book cover, but a friend of mine told me about the series by Chris Cannon, and said I would check it out. I wound up buying the first book and loving it. So, I was happy to see this book on the Night Owl Review...

  • Review: The Conspiracy of Us

    I don't know where to start on this one. It was up in the air for me, at points I really loved this one and at points I was left feeling confused and other points I felt like this story shouldn't end to feeling like it couldn't get over quick enough....

  • Article: Puzzling Through the Science of Time Travel by Meredith McCardle

      I don’t know about you, but I’ve always loved a good time travel story. Must be the history buff in me. When I set out to write my series, I wanted to know whether time travel was actually, scientifically possible. And the answer is...

  • Review: The Law of Loving Others

    I tried so hard to finish this book. It isn't that long and the plot was very interesting. But this book has a lot of drug use and a lot of screwed up relationships as well as a lot of cheating. I think the writing itself was done very well. But the story...

  • Review: Revealed A House of Night Novel, #11

    This new adult paranormal series is written by a wonderfully talented mother-daughter team who have created a fascinatingly textured universe with humans and vampyres coexisting. The youngsters in this particular corner of the world have experienced extreme...

  • Review: Kalona's Fall A House of Night Novella #4

    This intriguing introduction to the mythology that underlies the vampyre society that is part of the ‘House of Night’ series provides a fascinating perspective of some of the key characters. The twist on certain aspects of traditional mythology and the...

  • Review: Cress Lunar Chronicles, #3

    Cress by Marissa Meyer is the third novel in her Lunar Chronicles, a series that has a legion of devoted fans who adore Marissa’s unique futuristic characters spun from classic fairytales. In this book, instead of being trapped in a tower struggling with...

  • Review: Stolen Heart of Dread, #2

    Stolen started out really well. It has a fast paced start and it was going very well. But, somewhere along the way it got lost. The story took a turn for the worst and just started to drag. I really loved the story. It made me think about the storyline...

  • Review: The Terminals

    The Terminals was supposed to be an action packed, pulse-thudding thriller. But, what I got was a water down story where people do things with no thought. This one started out so well. You have an enhanced girl trying to get away from the bad guys who...

  • Review: Pushed Sense Thieves

    OMG this book was so good! I really wish I would have had book one. I will definitely be grabbing it now! And although I was a little lost to start, I was quickly caught up with the story so far. Remy was a great character! She is well rounded and she...

  • Review: Diamond Heiress

    Please allow me to say this is a rare gem of a book (no pun intended). As a student and lover of the gemstone world, the title of this book alone caught my attention. The premise is what kept me hooked and drew me in. Author Ruth Roberts did a masterful...

  • Review: Daisy to the Rescue True Stories of Daring Dogs, Paramedic Parrots, and Other Animal Heroes

    Animal lovers will find a series of short narratives about animals who have done some pretty remarkable things in this book. Although dogs are the featured animals, there are a range of other critters from lions protecting a kidnapped girl to a pig that...

  • Review: Ballet Spectacular A Young Ballet Lover's Guide and An Insight into A Magical World

    "Ballet Spectacular" is an informative book, but what I love most is the stunning pictures. From little girls to grown women, all will love flipping through the pages to see the beautiful ballerinas and impressive costumes. I can imagine a young girl...

  • Review: The Token A Breed Apart

    Okay this book is rather hard to review for me. I've never had a book do such a thing like this. This book is great in the beginning. The lead character is amazing, and not a 'the back says I'm not perfect and I'm trying so hard to be normal when I'm...

  • Review: Valley of Fires The Conquered Earth, #3

    This is the third book, and possibly the last, in A Conquered Earth series. This series has a very complex world and has multiple story lines going on at the same time so it would be best to start this series at the first book to understand all the issues...

  • Review: Color Song A Passion Blue Novel, #2

    Do you ever get tired of Gender roles? Ever say I want to do this but can’t because of my gender? Well this book can give you the courage you may need to do something about it. Color Song is about one girl whose only wish is to paint and she discovers...

  • Review: In The Rearview

    When Meagan’s secret is found out, and she realizes there is no way to outrun her habit of cutting, she tries to work through it. But it's not as easy as it sounds. People don't seem to realize but cutting is a big thing and it's fast becoming popular....

  • Review: Golden Boy

    I sometimes see pictures on Facebook that ask me what book has changed your life. This will forever be my go to book to share. This book was just so life changing. This book WILL make you cry! So you have been warned. This book was an emotional ride....

  • Review: Latitude Zero

    Well this is my first book by author Diana Renn. I have to say that this will not be the last. I might go stalk her later today! This book is for the murder mystery reader. This book is full of mystery, suspense, and a YA murder. This is another book...

  • Review: Rebel Nation Nation, #2

    Rebel Nation is A-M-A-Z-I-N-G!! Ok so when I grabbed this I was an idiot and didn't know that it was a book two. So I tracked down a copy of book one and read that as well. Then I devoured book two! O look at the cute puppy on the cover, haha. Yes that...

  • Review: A Time to Dance

    The cover was the first thing that drew me in to A Time to Dance. And well that is not where it ended. The about this book section also dug deep within my heart. This is a story about a girl who loves to dance and then loses her leg. So as an amputee...

  • Review: Sway

    The tagline of this book had me pulled in, "Boy Meets Girl…Boy Charms Girl...For Someone Else". So going into this book I was thinking it was going to be some sappy romance book, but was surprised when it wasn't. Jesse is a fouled mouth jerk. The writer...

  • Review: Stranger

    So after the first two chapters I started to get really scared. I’ve had issues with books that are over like 2 POVs and this has 5! But that was fine. Each character had their own very distinct voice. So it didn't mess the story up and it didn't confuse...

  • Review: The Fire Seekers The Babel Trilogy, #1

    This is one of those books that I really wonder how it got published. The book is very very slow. The characters go from being at deaths door to all of a sudden fighting. Things just didn’t make sense. This book is classified as Science Fiction Young...

  • Review: Life Behind the Wall Candy Bombers, Beetle Bunker, and Smuggler's Treasure

    Have you ever wanted to know how it felt to be a teenager growing up in Berlin…after Hitler killed himself? What about during the time when the wall was just built? Or even when it finally opened the borders to everyone? If so I recommend you read Life...

  • Review: Anatomy of a Misfit

    OMG I have to say that this book blew me away! I haven't read anything so funny in a while. Although I do think this book should have been updated for this time period instead of using things like The Brady Bunch etc. As I don't think most teens will...

  • Review: Feuds The Feuds Series, #1

    UGH. Yup that one word. The story started out weird. It didn’t keep my attention and well it just didn’t work out well. The characters weren't fully developed and the plot started out in the middle of the story. I think it would have been better if we...

  • Review: Crewel Crewel World, #1

    Crewel by Gennifer Albin is the first of three books published in this series. There are a lot of paranormal YA stories out there and to find a unique world is rare so I consider this book a real gem. The story is set in a place called Arras where special...

  • Article: The Synsk Series by K.C. Finn

    Sign-up for Contests & Special Event Notifications A Place Halfway - SYNSK, #3 A struggling psychic girl steps out into the big, wide world amidst the murky depths of racial segregation in England, 1961. As a teenage psychic, Josephine Fontaine knows...

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The Throne Of Glass Coloring Book

Enter the world of Throne of Glass: Experience the vivid imagery of Sarah J. Maas's expansive world in her breathtaking New York Times bestselling Throne of Glass saga.

Olivia's Escape by Cindy A. Matthews, Adrian J. Matthews

Seventeen-year-old Olivia Brown is abducted on her way home from a night out and wakes up to find herself imprisoned by a vampiric race in a dark city bathed in eternal night. Hernando, a handsome half-human slave, reveals what is intended for her - they want her blood for the upcoming festival. Together they escape, and find friends and allies in unexpected places.

Joining a resistance cell, they help plot a revolution and fall in love. Their group plans to take control of the Portal, a teleportation device that links Earth to the world of BloodDark. Getting into the City of Night is a challenge. A narrow window of opportunity opens - but what awaits them in the caverns located deep beneath the city?

Will Olivia and Hernando survive the battle? If she returns to Earth, will Olivia ever see Hernando again?