I was absolutely riveted by this book. It wasn’t just that I really like the main character or even the historical aspect about the book, but I liked the planning and the plot and the way that everything came together. NO ONE EXPECTS A PRINCESS TO BE BRUTAL. And Lada Dragwlya likes it that… Read More Review: And I Darken by Kiersten White
“You are lighting made flesh. Colder than falling snow. Unstoppable as the desert sands riding the wind. You are a stormling, Aurora Pavan. Believe it. Believe it and others will believe it too.” Keep reading to find out which book this line belongs to! . . . . . . Roar by Cora Carmack In… Read More First Lines Friday #94
This is one of those books that I read on a whim. I looked through my Want-to-Read list on Goodreads and saw that this one was one of the shorter books and said to myself, why not knock this one out as a quick read. And it was a really quick read. It also wasn’t… Read More Review: The Lonely Dead by April Henry
“A monk hastens through the catacombs, past his brethren, who watch with inquisitive, yet chaste eyes. He is feverish, exultant. After twenty years of searching, he has found it at last. He stumbles at the entrance to his alcove, stripping off his cassock and hood until he stands bare in the shadows. It takes a… Read More First Lines Friday #93
It’s that time of year again! Also, much like last year I know I’m kind of late posting this, but because I have so many posts scheduled for different dates, this was the only date available for me to post. So here goes. BEST BOOKS YOU’VE READ SO FAR IN 2019 The Wicked Fox… Read More Thursday’s Musings: Mid-Year Freak Out Tag!
It’s no secret that Mistborn is one of my all-time favorite books ever. I’ve lost count of how many times I’ve reread the first book. With that being said, I just finished the trilogy (yes. I’m aware that there are more books, but for the sake of Vin’s story, let’s just say 3 for now).… Read More Review: The Hero of Ages by Brandon Sanderson
“It isn’t a night for raising. It isn’t a night yet at all. It’s a hazy gray afternoon, with the promise of rain and a layer of fog covers Blue Gate and the woods surrounding it, but we can see inside the windows. Here a family gathers at the kitchen table near a girl with… Read More First Lines Friday #92