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Tiffany ReviewHello everyone!

I just wanted you to know that I am in the process of moving I Was Angelized_1st from WordPress.com to WordPress.org. As I’ve taken to working on my site more this year, I’ve begun to run into some restrictions based on the restructuring that took place at WordPress.com. Options I used to have with my blog I no longer have access to unless I self host this site, and so I need to relocate. I hope this won’t inconvenience you guys, and plan to have this transition be smooth, efficient, and fast.

Thanks for your support!

Tiffany @ Angelized_1st

Book Review: Savage Light

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Publisher: Smashwords Edition
Date: February 24th 2015
ISBN: 9781311538260
My Review Copy: Received by the author in exchange for an honest review.

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Marsa has always struggled with the fact she goes unnoticed. Her best friend is the one chosen to rid the world of all evil; the man Marsa loves barely knows she exists; and her sole remaining family member dies at the hand of the last evil man in the world.

When all evil is finally defeated, Marsa thinks she’ll at last have the life she wants, even if her mother isn’t there to share it with. And maybe she’ll discover the love of her life loves her back. Only a new quest is set before her and her friends. By the end of their journey, Marsa will question everything she knows. She’ll have to redefine how she wants others to notice her, before their entire world is destroyed.

The Good…:

Author Janeal Falor follows up her novel, Ever Darkening, with the companion novel Savage Light. In Savage Light, Falor tells the events that occurred in the first novel from Kaylyn’s best friend Marsa’s point of view. The two girls are members of a group that try to eradicate evil from the world, but are unaware that there are dire consequences to their actions. Their team is called to a neighboring village to provide assistance when they realize that evil may be harder to defeat than they originally believed.

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Reading Your Way Chronologically Through the Outlander Universe

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Anyone who really knows me knows how obsessed I am with Diana Gabaldon’s Outlander series. It’s such a fun read, filled with elements from essentially every genre there is. At the heart of the series is the romance between James Fraser and Claire Randall, but Gabaldon has created a world of characters that add so many other […]

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Book Review: The Empty Throne

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“When a man must choose between nothing and everything he has small choice.”  ― Bernard Cornwell, The Empty Throne ebook: The Empty Throne Series: The Warrior Chronicles/Saxon Stories (Book #8) Setting: England Pages: 400 pages Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers Date: September 16th 2014 ISBN: 9780007504183 Edition Language: English The official synopsis according to Goodreads states: In the battle for power, there can be only one ruler. England […]

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Waiting on Wednesday: The Last Star

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Title: The Last Star Series: The Fifth Wave (Book #3) Format: Hardcover Expected Publication: May 17th 2016 Publisher: G.P. Putnam’s Sons Books for Young Readers ISBN: 9780399162435 Edition Language: English The synopsis according to Goodreads states: We’re here, then we’re gone, and that was true before they came. That’s always been true. The Others didn’t invent death; they just perfected it. Gave death […]

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2015 Flights of Fantasy Reading Challenge April Wrap-Up

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  I’ve read a lot of fantasy this year, but I took a bit of break from it in April so I could concentrate on some of the other reading challenges I’m doing this year. In total, I only read four fantasy novels. One was a re-read, another is the 13th book in a series. […]

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Book Review: The Pagan Lord

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“Five things make a man happy,” I told him, “a good ship, a good sword, a good hound, a good horse, and a woman.” “Not a good woman?” Finan asked, amused. “They’re all good,” I said, “except when they’re not, and then they’re better than good.”  ― Bernard Cornwell, The Pagan Lord ebook: The Pagan Lord Series: The […]

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2015 TBR Pile Reading Challenge March-April Wrap-Up

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I’ve been reading a lot of historical fiction and dystopian novels this year, which is very evident from the list of books below. One thing I’m proud of is reading more books for the 2015 TBR Pile Reading Challenge in March and April than I did in January and February. Take a look at the […]

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Book Review: Death of Kings

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“Every day is ordinary, until it isn’t.”  ― Bernard Cornwell, Death of Kings ebook: Death of Kings Series: The Warrior Chronicles/Saxon Stories (Book #6) Setting: England Pages: 336 pages Publisher: HarperCollins Date:  January 17th 2012 ISBN: 9780062097118 Edition Language: English The official synopsis according to Goodreads states: As the ninth century wanes, Alfred the Great lies dying, his lifelong goal of a unified England […]

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Waiting on Wednesday: Soundless

A weekly meme hosted by Breaking the Spine

Hardcover: Soundless Pages: 368 pages Publisher: Razorbill Expected publication: November 10th 2015 ISBN: 9781595147639 The official synopsis states: For as long as Fei can remember, there has been no sound in her village, where rocky terrain and frequent avalanches prevent residents from self-sustaining. Fei and her people are at the mercy of a zipline that carries food up […]

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