Received in March

The following are the books, DVDs, and Blu-Rays I received in March for review and/or giveaways:

Blu-Ray / DVD:
Star Trek: Enterprise Season One Blu-ray
The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey Blu-ray

DC / Vertigo Comics:
Time Warp #1 One-Shot

The Lost Fleet: Beyond the Frontier: Guardian by Jack Campbell
Red Planet Blues by Robert J. Sawyer
Of Shadow Born by Dianne Sylvan
A Matter of Blood by Sarah Pinborough

Amazon / 47North:
The Garden of Stones by Mark Barnes

Bloomsbury / Walker:
Stung by Bethany Wiggins

Candlewick Press:
Finnikin of the Rock by Melina Marchetta

Elisha Barber by E.C. Ambrose

Harper Teen:
Delirium Stories: Hana, Annabel, and Raven by Lauren Oliver
Requiem by Lauren Oliver
Spellcaster by Claudia Gray
City of a Thousand Dolls by Miriam Forster
Jinx by Sage Blackwood
September Girls by Bennett Madison
Parallel by Lauren Miller
Arclight by Josin L. McQuein
Dead Silence by Kimberly Derting
The Shadow Girl by Jennifer Archer
Taken by Erin Bowman
Rise by Anna Carey

Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Children’s:
Infatuate by Aimee Agresti
What We Become by Jesse Karp

Moonglow by Michael Griffo

Macmillan Audio:
Fox Forever by Mary E. Pearson

Marshall Cavendish:
Crystal Bones by C. Aubrey Hall

NAL (New American Library):
The Dark Tower Companion: A Guide to Stephen King’s Epic Fantasy by Bev Vincent

Open Road Media:
Tarzan: The Greystoke Legacy by Andy Briggs
Tarzan: The Jungle Warrior by Andy Briggs

Orbit Books:
Rebellion by Ian Irvine

Penguin Teen / Dial:
Obsidian Mirror by Catherine Fisher

Pocket Books:
Deadly Sting by Jennifer Estep
Gears of War: The Slab by Karen Traviss

Nebula Awards Showcase 2013 by Catherine Asaro
The Devil’s Looking Glass by Mark Chadbourn
In Thunder Forged by Ari Marmell

Generation V by M.L. Brennan
The Havoc Machine by Steven Harper
Shadows of Falling Night by S. M. Stirling
River of Stars by Guy Gavriel Kay
Storm Surge by Taylor Anderson
Casino Infernale by Simon R. Green
Appalachian Overthrow by E.E. Knight
The Thousand Names by Django Wexler
Sharp: A Mindspace Investigations Novel by Alex Hughes
Blood Trade by Faith Hunter
Iron Kin by M.J. Scott

Scholastic / Point:
Can You See What I See?: Out of This World by Walter Wick
The Last Academy by Anne Applegate
The Fire Ascending by Chris D’Lacey
Children of the Lamp #7: The Grave Robbers of Genghis Khan by P.B. Kerr
Infestation by Timothy J. Bradley
Gorgeous by Paul Rudnick
Midnight for Charlie Bone by Jenny Nimmo

Simon Teen / McElderry Books:
Ghoulish Song by William Alexander
The Beyonders: Chasing the Prophecy by Brandon Mull

Smart Pop Books:
Ender’s World: Fresh Perspectives on the SF Classic Ender’s Game by Orson Scott Card

Trinity Rising by Elspeth Cooper
The Gate Thief by Orson Scott Card
The Shape Stealer by Lee Carroll
Shattered Pillars by Elizabeth Bear
Pandemonium by Warren Fahy
Queen Victoria’s Book of Spells by Ellen Datlow
Thieves’ Quarry by D. B. Jackson
Kitty Rocks the House by Carrie Vaughn
Virus Thirteen by Joshua Alan Parry
Rebel Angels by Michele Lang

Fantasy Book Review: Infatuate

Infatuate by Aimee Agresti

Haven Terra is still recovering from an internship that brought her literally to the brink of hell when a trip to New Orleans leads to more trouble. There, while taking part in a student volunteer program, Haven and her friends Dante and Lance run across an enclave of devils known as the Krewe. These shape-shifting devils are more reckless and vicious than any Haven, Lance, and Dante have encountered. Yet the friends soon discover that their French Quarter housemates are also angels in training, and together they must face off with the Krewe in their quest for wings.

But Haven’s resolve is tested when Lucian, the repentant devil with whom she was infatuated, resurfaces and asks her for help escaping the underworld. Can he be trusted? Or will aiding him cost Haven her angel wings—and her life?

Haven, Lance, and Dante fully recovered from their last encounter with the dark devils that tried to steal their souls. And now they’re up against another group with even more powers. And even though they know what they’re facing, and suspect everyone, Haven and Lance are still taken and tempted with a new kind of trial – infatuation. But this time, they’re not alone. And even Lucian returns to help in exchange for freeing his soul. There are a couple love triangles that complicate Haven and Lance’s relationship. And, unfortunately, the spark that was there in the last installment fizzles out quite a bit with all the strain in this story.

Infatuate is a beautiful, fantasy tale of good versus evil. I enjoyed this sequel just as much as the first. There are complex characters, even more mystery, and plenty of surprises along the way. Dark, intense, and dramatic – the author steps up the suspense in this installment. Events build to an exciting climax, and leave off with a cliffhanger ending that will leave readers eager for the third and final novel in this fantastic trilogy.

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