Girls On Fire by Robin Wasserman

I review Girls On Fire by Robin Wasserman. This is not a story of bad things happening to bad girls. I say this because I know you, Dex, and I know how you think. I'm going to tell you a story, and this time, it will be the truth. Hannah Dexter is a nobody, ridiculed [...]

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Beyond the Veil by Jessica Majzner

Great new Vampire/Werewolf novel by Jessica Majzner that brings vampires back as monsters and breaks new ground in the werewolf genre! A fabled wall, marking the territory of the werewolves and adorned with the severed skull of a once great alpha, stands between Natalya and her prey. When she finds the body of Anesa, her [...]

The Call by Peadar Ó Guilín

I review The Call by the wonderful and incredibly talented Peadar Ó Guilín. The Hunger Games meets horror in this unforgettable thriller where only one thing is certain . . . you will be Called. Thousands of years ago, humans banished the Sidhe fairy race to another dimension. The beautiful, terrible Sidhe have stewed in a [...]

The Serpent King by Jeff Zentner

Meet Dill, grandson of the Serpent King and son of the preacherman caught with child pornography on his computer and sent to prison, in part by Dill himself. Suffice to say, Dill's life isn't the easiest. Dill has had to wrestle with vipers his whole life—at home, as the only son of a Pentecostal minister [...]

Four Season Summer & Season’s End by Ellie Rose McKee

The Bandwagon reviewer Chris Douglas reviews Four Season Summer and Season's End by Ellie Rose McKee. Chris Douglas is a storyteller, word weaver, and new book reviewer for The Bandwagon. He enjoys writing, from novels to scripts, as a way to understand why “they did that” – secretly he’s just nosy. He is often found [...]