VOYA Magazine has reviewed seven Sourcebooks Fire titles for its October 2015 issue!
The Dogs (ISBN 9781492609384; September), Allan Stratton
"This thrilling page-turner builds to a dramatic climax which interweaves the personal story Cameron has managed to suppress, as well as the sad, violent story of the McTavish family." — Erin Wyatt, VOYA
The Suffering (ISBN 9781492629832; September), Rin Chupeco
"[F]or those readers who do like their fiction dark and creepy, this is top-shelf stuff." — Sean Rapacki, VOYA
Awake (ISBN 9781492618522; August), Natasha Preston
"The plotting is fast paced and intriguing, the cult is sufficiently creepy." — Pam Garrison, VOYA
Your Voice Is All I Hear (ISBN 9781492614418; September), Leah Scheier
"Readers are carried on an emotional roller coaster, which is often thrilling and beautiful, yet heart-wrenching too. The writing is well researched, convincing, and poetic. It sheds light and creates awareness." — Ava Ehde, VOYA
Wild Sky (ISBN 9781492604846; October), Suzanne and Melanie Brockmann
"[G]ood teen dialogue, interesting characters, lots of action, and some humor." — Walter Hogan, VOYA
Smoked (ISBN 9781402284649; September), Mari Mancusi
"[T]he fast-paced, short chapters; romantic plot; and emotional bonding between dragons and guardians make this a good read for fantasy and science fiction fans." — Hilary Crew, VOYA
My Secret to Tell (ISBN 9781492615712; October), Natalie D. Richards
"[R]eaders who enjoy heavy doses of psychological and romantic tension will not be disappointed." — Bethany Martin, VOYA
Find the full reviews in VOYA's October issue!