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The Waning Age

S. E. Grove

S. E. Grove

S. E. Grove (segrovebooks.com) is a historian and world traveler. She spends most of her time reading about the early modern Spanish empire, writing about invented empires, and residing in Boston. Follow S. E. Grove on Twitter @segrovebooks.

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A book lover’s holiday gift guide!

Presenting: the holiday gift guide you should give to the friends & family of all book lovers.   If your reader loves FANTASY… Four Dead Queens by Astrid Scholte Seventeen-year-old Keralie Corrington may seem harmless, but she’s, in fact, one of Quadara’s most skilled thieves and a liar. Varin, on the other hand, is an … Continued
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Fav heroines of 2019 thus far!

Thus far, our shelves have taken us all sorts of places this year. A world run by four queens. A land ruled by the dead. It’s been awesome. So, for recap, here are a few of our favorite heroines thus far this year!   1. Odessa from Song of the Dead In this enthralling, heartrending … Continued
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Read the First Excerpt of The Waning Age!

Considering how often books hurt our feelings (you know who you are, authors), it’s hard to imagine a book about not being able to feel at all. But that’s just what The Waning Age is, and we are super duper excited to show you the first excerpt of it!   Chapter 1 Natalia September 27 The Landmark Hotel on Third … Continued
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5 disasters we’re grateful are contained in books

Is the real world stressing you out? Is outside getting to that lock-yourself-indoors-with-the-heat-and-a-good-book point? These books will make it all seem not so bad. Here are the top bonkers-stressful books about disasters we’re very grateful have not happened in real life, and can’t help but love to read about anyway.   1. Grasshopper Jungle by Andrew … Continued
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Top 4 Sci-Fi MUST reads this spring!

Spring, please hurry up. It’s cold outside. So, in the meantime, let’s all distract ourselves by prepping our Sci-Fi Spring Reading Lists! (Is Sci-Fi Spring a thing? We’re gonna say it’s a thing.)   1. When the Sky Fell on Splendor by Emily Henry Waiting desperately for the next season of Stranger Things? We’ve got you. The … Continued
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Books to Save Your Gift Cards For

You’ve opened your gifts and thanked your family, and now it’s time to start planning which books you’ll be adding to your TBR! These winter releases are almost here, and even though your gift cards are burning a hole in your pocket, these beauties are worth the wait.   Song of the Dead by Sarah … Continued
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3 books to read if you still aren’t over Black Mirror

So season 5 of Black Mirror dropped on Netflix and it’s probably safe to say everyone was pretty excited to see Miley Cyrus as a wig-wearing popstar again (shoutout to everyone out there who still isn’t over the last season of Hannah Montana *cries*.) But then, alas, the inevitable happens. You watch. You binge-watch. You run out of episodes. So, … Continued
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5 books to read if you loved WARCROSS

If you loved Warcross (and if Wildcard BROKE YOU) then we have a few more recommendations for your TBR!   1. Girl Gone Viral by Arvin Ahmadi If you wanted to never leave the VR experience of Warcross, you’ll love the enticing VR world of Girl Gone Viral. Girl Gone Viral is the inventive and hauntingly timely story of a seventeen-year-old … Continued
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Every Book Hitting Shelves in February!

It is BITTERLY cold outside, but we’ve got all the reads you need to stay home snuggled up in a blanket to wait this weather out with. Here is every book hitting shelves this February!   2/5 The Waning Age by S.E. Grove Can you imagine not be able to feel? Having your emotions ‘wane’ away when you … Continued
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