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Tales From the Hinterland

Tales From the Hinterland

Fairy tales are fun, but sprinkle in a little danger, a little mystery, and a lot of re-imagination and you’re in for a real good time. All sorts of magical things happen in the Hinterland, from half-lives to twice-deaths, and just about everything in between. “Tales...

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Hi, I’m Gabby, founder of Fable & Hawke. I am a high schooler, big dreamer, and avid reader. When I’m not reading, I love traveling, singing, dancing, photography, cooking, baking, and trying to watch a 2-hour movie in 30 minutes (spoiler: it doesn’t work). As the former book reviewer for my school’s newspaper, I created Fable & Hawke as a place to continue sharing my thoughts on newly released YA books spanning many genres, reading levels, and interests. Each book is bought with my own money, read cover to cover, given my honest review, and donated.

– Gabby

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The Way Back

The Way Back

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Blazewrath Games

Blazewrath Games

In honor of Latin Heritage Month we decided to review a book by a Latinx author. For this, we chose Amparo Ortiz’s “Blazewrath Games.” Unfortunately, it didn’t really live up to its Hunger-Games-meets-Harry-Potter potential. It wasn’t necessarily bad, but there was a...

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