Publisher: Margaret K. McElderry Books

January 19, 2019

Author Interview with Peternelle van Arsdale

Author Interview with Peternelle van Arsdale

Hello everyone! I am SO excited to welcome Peternelle van Arsdale to NovelKnight today! She’s the author of The Beast is an Animal as well as the upcoming release The Cold is in Her Bones which is out THIS TUESDAY (January 22nd)! I had the opportunity to ask Peternelle about her new book (as well as a few questions just for fun!), as […]

September 2, 2017

Review – An Enchantment of Ravens by Margaret Rogerson

Review – An Enchantment of Ravens by Margaret Rogerson

I NEED ANOTHER BOOK. It feels like it’s been ages since I read a faerie book, and a good one at that. Though I’m sure I’ve read some since then, the only ones that come to mind are Holly Black’s Tithe/Modern Faerie Tales series and Melissa Marr’s Wicked Lovely series (both of which are some of my favorite books in general). I am absolutely […]

July 27, 2017

Review – Shimmer and Burn by Mary Taranta

Review – Shimmer and Burn by Mary Taranta

Another grand slam in YA fantasy debuts, Shimmer and Burn is the third release of the year in this genre that I absolutely adored (see also Song of the Current and Caraval). With a unique take on magic and fantasy kingdoms combined with characters you’ll love to, well love (and also hate), this book was such a fun read and I flew through it in record […]

November 8, 2016

Review – The Impostor Queen by Sarah Fine

Review – The Impostor Queen by Sarah Fine

When it came to The Impostor Queen, I can’t quite place it but it just didn’t… wow me. This novel falls in the realm of fantasy with ice and fire magic holding domain over the world. A prophecy foretelling the most powerful queen. I mean there’s plenty here that could’ve done well, that could’ve been spectacular. But at the end I […]

July 24, 2016

Review – Daughters of Ruin by K.D. Castner

Review – Daughters of Ruin by K.D. Castner

Four queens, a pact holding them together (loosely), and blossoming hatred between them? Intriguing doesn’t begin to cover it. Sadly, the exciting story I anticipated wasn’t quite the same in practice as on the back of the book. Daughters of Ruin wasn’t one of the 2016 releases I’d heard about until I saw it was available to read on Riveted Lit for free. […]