Miraculous Tales // Great Addition for Fans of Show

Title: Miraculous: Tales of Lady Bug and Cat Noir: Akumatized vol. 4

Illustrator: Michelle Wong

By: ZAG Entertainment

Pub: May 2017

Genre: Fiction, Graphic Novel

I received an eARC via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review

Akumatized vol. 4 brings together Miraculous tales #10 – #12 in one volume continuing Lady Bug and Cat Noir’s courageous, and often comedic, attempts to keep Paris safe from Hawk Moth and his dangerous akuma.

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New to Me Authors I’ve Read This Year

Looking over my reading trends for the year so far, I’ve noticed that I have been reading some new authors and writers. I’m not only picking up writers I’ve been reading previously. There are some quite new, who have had books out for a while, and new authors who’ve debuted this year. Today, I want to share with you some new authors I’ve read this year and the books they’ve written.

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The Best Kind of Magic // Fun Urban Fantasy, With Rather Passive Characters

Title: The Best Kind of Magic (Windy City Magic #1)

Author: Crystal Cestari

Pub: May 2017

Genre: Fantasy, Urban Fantasy

I received an eARC via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review

The cover pulled me in and the premise sounded interesting and angst worthy. Amber Sand is no witch, but comes from a well-known family line of witches. But she’s a matchmaker, capable of seeing someone’s true match by only making eye contact.

She grudgingly goes about her life, surviving school bullies and going to her job at Windy City Magic, her mother’s magic store. But when school cutie Charlie Blitzman, son of the mayor, comes to her form help, she says “why not?”, and enters a pact that might be too much for her.

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