Crescent City House of Earth and Blood By: Sarah J. Maas Good Lord the villain wound up expositing so much that I honestly expected them to get into a power point presentation. It went on for something like forty minutes on the audio of them just straight up explaining everything. And that was just one … More Crescent City Crashes And Burns
Have you ever had a book where half your brain keeps telling you no, let it go, you aren’t going to like it, you know better, don’t do it? But at the same time it’s under your skin and you know you won’t be able to stop yourself until you read it. (I have the … More To Read or Not To Read: Crescent City
The Folk of Air Series By: Holly Black Holly Black has finished her tale and I have officially finished exactly 1 (1!) of the endlessly running book series I’m reading this year! So I thought I’d wrap up my thoughts on this popular tale of the fae and confess that ever since I read the … More I Finished One Series this Year!
The Wicked King By: Holly Black Me: I’m not really bothered by anything in books anymore. Nothing surprises me. Character burns childhood stuffed animals. Me: That is the epitome of evil!
Mechanica Author: Betsy Cornwell Genre: Fantasy/ Retelling Grade: A I have to be honest this went on my list original because the cover is so beautiful! This is another retelling of Cinderella. Our main character is called Mechanic by her stepsisters because on her sixteenth birthday she finds her mother’s hidden workshop and with the … More Mechanica
This was a fun little read that strangely put me in a spring mood. When they say fairies they mean really all “supernatural” or “elemental” creatures you can think of in here including; elves, pixies, trolls, leprechauns and dwarves amongst other things. The book is broken into areas and addresses the subject in that way … More Fairies: The Myths, Legends and Lore