Vespertine is a Fun Fall Read

Margaret Rogerson is definitely officially on my must read authors list after Vespertine. So far her books are consistently enjoyable with strong stories and great female leads. Vespertine is no different. And though it's not a stand alone like her other books I think it could easily still work as a stand alone. We follow... Continue Reading →

A Fantastic Action Filled Finale

Night of the Dragon By: Julie Kagawa I've found in a lot of cases series endings simply fall short. They don't live up to your high expectations. I am happy to say this is not those series. Night of the Dragon, as they say, sticks the landing. And now to attempt a spoiler free blog... 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 →

Mini-Review Wrap-Up: Halloween Reads Edition

Fake Blood By: Whitney Gardner Grade: A I thought I'd do quick mini-reviews of the rest of my "Halloween" reading as I throw myself into non-fiction/sci-fi November because there were some interesting reads. See Fake Blood. Which is completely my kind of relationship drama. Our main character has a crush on a girl obsessed with... Continue Reading →

Spinning Silver Needed Cuts

Spinning Silver By: Naomi Novik Grade: C Spinning Silver was one of my most anticipated books of the year and unfortunately, it was a bit of a let-down. I loved Uprooted (the authors last novel) but I think this one could have used another pass at editing. There's a lot going on in this story.... Continue Reading →

Witches, Ghosts & Demons in New York

The Witches of New York By: Ami McKay Grade: B-/C+ Beatrice Dunn arrives in New York for the first time and immediately begins seeing ghosts and experiencing strange happenings. Luckily she gets a job at a tea shop run by Eleanor St. Clair and Adelaide Thom, who are more than capable of helping Beatrice, if... Continue Reading →

The Spooky Scary Book Tag

I saw the Spooky Scary Book Tag on Youtube and since my Halloween mood has been kind of lacking recently I wanted to give it a go. I also wanted to see if I could get through it without picking Harry Potter for anything. (Fail.) The original creator of the tag is Clever Fox 1. What... Continue Reading →

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