Author: Sophie Jordan

Book Review: Reign of Shadows

Posted March 31, 2016 by Maryam in book review / 7 Comments
Book Review: Reign of Shadows

Okay, this book was really so good. SO SO GOOD. Is it by any chance a retelling of Rapunzel? Because that’s what the story sounds like, to be honest. Either way, Reign of Shadows was better than I ever imagined it to be. Reign of Shadows started out slow, but it immediately increased its pace after you finally figured out everything. It took awhile, but when you figured out it all, the book becomes better. And WOAH, this book was really amazing, I loved it. Luna was someone that I wanted to be, aspire to be. She was awesome and more »

Book Review: Uninvited by Sophie Jordan

Posted February 7, 2014 by Kara in book review, Kara / 12 Comments
Book Review: Uninvited by Sophie Jordan

Well this was an unexpected surprise. 2014 has started off by being a disappointing reading year for me thus far, but Uninvited by Sophie Jordan turned it all around. Most of my friends have been meh about this, but I am trying this new thing this year where I throw it all out the window before I read a book. No expectations, no remembering previous updates, and it worked for me this time. I wouldn’t say this book was brilliant, but what it lacked in originality and gorgeous prose, it made up for by being compulsively readable and compelling. Seriously, more »

Book Review: Uninvited by Sophie Jordan

Posted January 5, 2014 by Kara in book review / 16 Comments
Book Review:  Uninvited by Sophie Jordan

You know when you’re reading a Sophie Jordan book that you can expect two things: action, and a super-sexy romance.  Uninvited absolutely delivered on both fronts.  The world-building wasn’t perfect, and Davy annoyed me for the first half of the book, but I very much enjoyed this first installment of a new dystopian series. Right away I want to talk about Sean O’Rourke, because Yes.  All of the yes.  As with her previous YA series, Firelight, Jordan was able to craft a bad-boy love interest who was not a douche bag. And in the world of YA, where abusers are more »