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Tiger Lily by Jodi Lynn Anderson: what I found most unique about Tiger Lily was that it was not only a re-imaging of Peter Pan, but that it was told through the eyes of Tinker Bell. While I worried that I would feel a disconnect to the characters, if anything, I felt closer to them for only being able to assume their intentions. I wasn’t always aware of when they would do something shocking or heartbreaking, which made every happy moment more delightful and every painful moment hurt deeper.
The Archived by Victoria Schwabb: in my review of The Archived, I described the worldbuilding as “fleshed out and convoluted,” but it is unique for being so unlike any other world I have ever experienced. The attention to detail is something I had to admire, and the world Schwabb created is one that I found both plausible and exhilarating; it was the perfect blend of science fiction and fantasy!
Stolen by Lucy Christopher: written as a letter to her captor, I first had to clarify that Stolen was a work of fiction; Gemma’s story is so vivid and descriptive, that I was positive it was based on a true story! But what made it truly unique was how easily it manipulated my emotions, so that I both hated/feared Ty, and loved him at the same time, much like Gemma did. [Read more…]