The Assassin Game by Kirsty McKay [ARC Review]

61J+pOxzHHLTitle: The Assassin Game
Author: Kirsty McKay
Type: Fiction
Genre: Young Adult, Teen
Publisher: Sourcebooks Fire
Date published: August 2, 2016
Format: E-book
Page Count: N/A
Source: NetGalley

E-copy of the book kindly provided through NetGalley , in exchange for an honest review.

Summary: T.A.G. You’re It…

It is 4 a.m. when they come for me. I am already awake, strung out on the fear that they will come, and fear that they won’t. When I finally hear the click of the latch on the dormitory door, I have only a second to brace myself before-“

At Cate’s isolated boarding school Killer is more than a game-it’s an elite secret society. Members must avoid being “killed” during a series of thrilling pranks-and only the Game Master knows who the “killer” is. When Cate’s finally invited to join The Guild of Assassins, she knows it’s her ticket to finally feeling like she belongs.

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Cleo by Sassafras de Bruyn [Review]

51I77+xunXL._SX360_BO1,204,203,200_Title: Cleo
Author & Illustrator: Sassafras de Bruyn
Type: Fiction
Genre: Children’s
Publisher: Calvis Books
Date published: May 15 2016
Format: E-book
Page Count: N/A
Source: NetGalley

E-copy of the book kindly provided through NetGalley, in exchange for an honest review.

Summary: Cleo is sad. She always has to hurry. To the bus. To school. She often feels lonely. But one day she’ll go far away, to a place where she defeats sea monsters and where clouds taste like whipped cream. Only her cat will come with her. But suddenly there is a boy…

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The Toothless Fairy by Timothy Jordan and Matt LaFleur [Review]

61hTKuYmDRL._SX473_BO1,204,203,200_Title: The Toothless Fairy
Author: Timothy Jordan
Illustrator: Matt LaFleur
Type: Fiction
Genre: Children’s
Publisher: Night River Press
Date published: August 1, 2015
Format: E-book
Page Count: N/A
Source: NetGalley

E-copy of the book kindly provided through NetGalley, in exchange for an honest review.

Summary: More than anything, the Toothless Fairy wants to have a friend she can play with, but she feels unlovable as she has only one tooth. She is lonely and sad and feels she can’t make friends, because she will scare them away. When Halloween comes around, she notices that the kids are not afraid of all the scary costumes out there and she realizes, maybe this is her chance to find a way to make a friend. She comes up with a brilliant plan and that is how a new Halloween tradition begins.

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