Fate will Find You: The Starless Sea

The Starless Sea By: Erin Morgenstern On the one hand I can completely understand why people wouldn't like this book and don't like Morgenstern's writing. There's a scene in which a character frees the dolls inside a nesting doll: a doll within a doll, a story within a story, within a story, a myth chased... Continue Reading →

Fierce Fairytales Indeed

Fierce Fairytales By: Nikita Gill Grade: A I read Wild Embers by Nikita Gill earlier this year and immediately ordered Fierce Fairytales. The book is made up of poems, stories and illustrations "to stir your soul," as the cover says! I seriously connected with the work so I guess you could say my soul was... Continue Reading →

Follow Me into this Dark & Creepy Cave

The Anomaly By: Michael Rutger Grade: B This book is full of things I would never do. Explore a cavern high in the walls on the Grand Canyon... nope. Especially a cavern that I believe the government concealed discovery of the first time around... nope. And maybe if I did one day strangely get that... Continue Reading →

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