Category Archives: Middle Grade Fiction

Back before Dark (Code of Silence #2) by Tim Shoemaker

Jessica Rose’s Review Back before Dark is the second book in the Code of Silence Series. My cousin, Jenna (the one whom I convinced to read the books) asked me for the second book as soon as she finished the … Continue reading

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Code of Silence by Tim Shoemaker

Jessica Rose’s Review: Code of Silence is the first book of the “Code of Silence series” of three books. It is a very intriguing book that has chapters which leave you hanging at the end. After reading it, I tried … Continue reading

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The Warden and the Wolf King (Wingfeather Saga #4) by Andrew Peterson

Jessica Rose’s Review The Warden and the Wolf King as the last book of “The Wingfeather Saga” needs to wrap up all the questions that still remain from the other three books (and some new questions that the book itself … Continue reading

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Monster in the Hollows (Wingfeather Saga #3) by Andrew Peterson

Bonita Jewel’s Review Something within us perpetually seeks a place we can call home – whether we’re half a world from friends and family or have never ventured more than a few miles from our hometown. Monster in the Hollows … Continue reading

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North! Or Be Eaten (Wingfeather Saga #2) by Andrew Peterson

Bonita Jewel’s Review Through the dangers of Glipwood Forest, across the Mighty River Blapp, and toward the Ice Prairies, Janner, Tink, and Leeli Igiby – along with their mother Nia, their ex-pirate-grandpa Podo, and the quote-speeling Oskar N Reteep – … Continue reading

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On The Edge of the Dark Sea of Darkness (Wingfeather Saga #1) by Andrew Peterson

  Bonita Jewel’s Review Andrew Peterson blends world-building, high fantasy, and belly-rolling humor to create a wondrous tale truly for all ages (I finished the book in a day, and my daughter, in her review, might decide to tell you … Continue reading

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