The Gift of Dragons is a neatly packaged fantasy that you can pick up if you’re in the mood for a clean YA fantasy.
The idea of The Urban Boys is highly commendable and something with great potential to explore more.
Reborn Yesterday is your regular girl meets vampire and they fall for each other love story. If you keep your expectations in check and go for it, this is actually quite a decent read.
The Frost Fair is a middle-grade fantasy that is surprisingly grounded even when it is dealing with all these magical and frosty elements.
Rising Shadows has all the ingredients of your typical fantasy read. The book has the potential to be an engaging series with its conflicts, both political and magical.
Hag of the Hills was quite a fast-paced and adventurous fantasy tale. It keeps you hooked throughout and would require a re-read to fully grasp the story.
Atlas Six is a superior blend of magical realism. The Atlas Six starts with a bang and has quite an insightful theory about the human psyche.
Blue Shadow Legacy is a fitting culmination to an exciting trilogy in the world of chimera.
The Knave of Secrets hits every single beat of storytelling and keeps you hooked as if you’re enjoying a game of, not cards, but chess.
May Day is a wholesome thriller story yet, there are so many loose ends left that you cannot wait to read the second book.