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by Aprilynne Pike
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Maverynthia: Library of the Labyrinth of Blue
I really enjoyed this book. The beginning is pretty fast, but I feel it's needed just to get David in the picture. David, while being the main love interest, is actually a decent guy. He doesn't want to control Laurel, he's there for her when she needs him. He's not over protective. He's both an "al...
The Manga Geek
The Manga Geek rated it 4 years ago
I honesty don't know what to make of this book (or the series) its a poor written fairy version of Twilight except the heroine is the inhuman being. Apparently in this fantasy world the fairies flowers-like fairies. WHAT?????? O_O Okay . . . . That was a little weird but it was new and I can...
random library adventures
random library adventures rated it 4 years ago
I'm sure we've all noticed this, but it seems like every YA supernatural/fantasy book that's been published within the past couple years or so shares a packaging design style with the Twilight series: single bright images (flowers or half a full-lipped face, or, in this instance, petals in water) su...
YA-Aholic's Book Likes
YA-Aholic's Book Likes rated it 5 years ago
Check out my full review HERE! (:
Wyvernfriend Reads
Wyvernfriend Reads rated it 5 years ago
Laurel thought she had problems, coping with being in a school instead of being home-schooled and trying to work out how her life has changed since moving away from her home place. Her parents are happy but distracted, setting up a new business. Then she finds a lump on her back and what happens n...
lisamandina3 rated it 5 years ago
This is the first book by Aprilynne Pike that I have read, and I must say I wasn't disappointed at all! I got a copy of this at the RT Convention back in May of this year. I've actually not really been a fan of fairy or fae stories. Not that I mind when they are in other stories, but I haven't ac...
Bookish Thoughts
Bookish Thoughts rated it 5 years ago
I don’t usually do series reviews but in this case I read the entire series in a day so this ended up the best way to do it. I can safely say I loved this series! I couldn’t wait to see what happened to all my beloved characters. The plot at times seemed simple but a twist would be thrown in that co...
My Blogtastiic reviews
My Blogtastiic reviews rated it 5 years ago
This time around I actually liked Tamani and was rooting for him. The only thing I didn't like was the thought that Faeries were plants. I just find that very odd.
The Blair Book Project
The Blair Book Project rated it 5 years ago
Yes, this review has spoilers.I didn’t know what I would be expecting from Wings when I started it. Mostly I thought it would involve faeries. That’s about as much as I gave it any thought. True enough, it was about faeries... but there’s a very creative twist to it. We’ve always believed that these...
melsbookshelf rated it 5 years ago
I've seen a few mixed reviews on this book but decided to give it a shot, since I seem to be so into fairies/faeries these days. Personally, I really enjoyed this story! To give a bit more information than the dust jacket of the book, Laurel has certainly discovered something inexplicable about hers...
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