Spellbook of the Lost and Found By: Moïra Fowley-Doyle Something strange is happening Olive and Rose are losing things- small things at first. Bracelets. Jackets. But it’s beginning to escalate into bigger things. And when Olive meets a group of strange kids living in an abandoned house outside of town who have the same problem … More Be Careful What You Look For…
I was lucky enough to be a part of the Fantastic Flying Book Club Blog Tour for this book so was provided a copy through Netgalley. All the Bad Apples is available now and I’ll have links below 🙂
The Book Charmer By: Karen Hawkins I received an ARC of The Book Charmer from Netgalley in return for an honest opinion. And my honest opinion is if this book was an animal of some sort I’d be on the floor scratching its belly cooing, “Aren’t you just the cutest little thing ever!”
You Must Not Miss By: Katrina Leno I don’t know what sold me on this book more the idea that a desperate girl’s fantasy world actually becomes reality or that line on the cover, “Imagine the perfect revenge.” Okay probably 60% revenge and the rest the fantasy world.
Dumbo Directed By: Tim Burton The one thing I was sure about this movie was it would make me cry. I teared up in the bloody trailers! And boy those big adorable eyes! His mom! I cried like fifteen times in this movie. Dumbo was the cutest thing ever. The humans left a lot to … More Dumbo is the Cutest Movie Character Ever
The Mermaid and Mrs. Hancock By: Imogen Hermes Gowar Grade: A- It seemed like there were a million books about the sea or some creature in it this summer but I knew I wanted to read this one ages ago. It’s an adult novel about a merchant in 1700’s London whose Captain sells his ship … More The Mermaid is Beside the Point
I’m not one for TBR’s of any kind but the last couple of weeks I’ve been in a very Spring mood and looking at some of the books I’ve been amassing there are a couple that just jump out at me, cover wise especially, like their singing, “I want to be read in the Spring!” … More Read Me in the Spring Time!
The Astonishing Color of After By: Emily X.R. Pan Grade: A On an otherwise good and regular day of high school Leigh returns home to find her mother, whose been suffering from depression, has taken her own life. Lost in grief and shock she soon comes to believe that her mother is visiting her in … More The Astonishing Color of After is Lovely
Vassa in the Night Author: Sarah Porter Grade: A The night’s are never ending. Her stepsister is driving her crazy. The magic talking doll she keeps secret has sticky fingers that are getting her into trouble. So when the idea of taking a midnight stroll to the local convenience store, where shoplifters happen to get … More Vassa In The Night
A Tyranny of Petticoats Edited By: Jessica Spotswood Genre: Anthology Grade: A You can pretty much find a story for anyone in this collection. The stories span about a three hundred year history of time and the authors include people like Marie Lu and Marissa Meyer amongst others. (I’ll admit sometimes I pick up anthologies … More A Tyranny of Petticoats