Posts Tagged With: Chrysoula Tzavelas

Wolf Interval by Chrysoula Tzavelas – A Review

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Chrysoula Tzavelas
Candlemark & Gleam (October 2014)
young adult/urban fantasy
4.25/5

Wolf Interval, the third book in Chrysoula Tzavelas’ Senyaza series, is coming out this month. I was lucky enough to get an ARC so I could share my thoughts about it with you. (And I will be honest here–the author and I are friends on Twitter; I don’t think that colored my review, but I want to get that out there.) Continue reading

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Infinity Key by Chrysoula Tzavelas – A Review

Infinity Key
Chrysoula Tzavelas
272 pages, Candlemark & Gleam (November 2013)
contemporary/urban fantasy

4.5/5

 

Infinity Key cover

“She really didn’t want to be one of the giggling girls in the audience, watching passively as the world changed around them.”

Earlier this year, I read Chrysoula Tzavelas‘ debut novel, Matchbox Girls, enjoying it quite a bit. You can see my thoughts on that book here, if you like.

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Matchbox Girls by Chrysoula Tzavelas – A Review

Matchbox-Web Matchbox Girls by Chrysoula Tzavelas
324 pages, Candlemark & Gleam (February 2012)
contemporary/urban fantasy

4.5/5

As you can see by the publication date, I’m a little late to the party with Matchbox Girls. But, then again, books don’t really go bad (for the most part), and I reviewed one from the nineteenth century last year, so, you know? I’m not going to worry about it. Just wanted to point out that this book has been out for a little while.

And I’m sorry I didn’t get around to reading it sooner. Continue reading

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