Return to Camelot

The Guinevere Deception By: Kiersten White Back in the day (oh so long ago!) you couldn't have sold me on a retelling faster if you said it was about Camelot. So when I saw this one by Kiersten White author of the And I Darken books spotlighting Guinevere it was an immediate add to the... Continue Reading →

Is a Road Trip always the Answer?

Wayward Son By: Rainbow Rowell I'm really hoping that between Wayward Son and It Chapter 2 both falling a bit flat that's not a portent of entertainment choices for the rest of the year. Also did Baz eat so many poor pets in the first book? Cause I don't remember that at all. Anyway we... Continue Reading →

The Worth of a Soul

Soul of the Sword By: Julie Kagawa Publishes on: June 18th Just want to give fair warning Soul of the Sword is the sequel to Shadow of the Fox which was one of my favorite reads last year. So there will be spoilers for that book but not this one 🙂 Also I received a copy... Continue Reading →

This Would Make a Great Adventure Cruise

Ship of Smoke and Steel By: Django Wexler An enormous and seemingly impossible ship full of sacrifices. Commanded by an unseen Captain and a vicious crew. Guarded by "angels" who won't let you leave once you board. Action, violence, love and lust, betrayal and a fight for survival against a series of strange creatures including... Continue Reading →

An Enchanting Spring Read

Enchantée By: Gita Trelease Paris. Versailles. Love. Magic. Hot air ballon and handsome inventors. The French Revolution. Marie Antionette (well, a cameo) and the crazy parties of the aristocracy while the world burned. Even the cover of this book screams, "Read me in the Spring!" Okay, that could just be me. Camille is trying to... Continue Reading →

Grumpy Tells His Side of the Story

Grump The (Fairly True Tale of Snow White & the Seven Dwarves) By: Liesl Shurtliff Grade: A I could not resist the Snow White tale as told from the POV of my favorite dwarf. Grumpy. Real name: Borlan. A dwarf who doesn't actually like being unground all that much and has a deep fascination with... Continue Reading →

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