This was the longest book I’ve ever read, and the actual longest book I’ve ever read was double its size. Marie-Laure is a young blind girl who has a passion for reading and learning. But when the Germans begin to invade during World War II, she and her father must flee their home and stay … Continue reading Book Review: All the Light We Cannot See
I fully expected to read this book and abandon the series, but was pleasantly surprised. Cinder’s days are spent working as a mechanic at the service of her (pretty much evil) step family. She also happens to be a cyborg in a society where humans rule. When the one person she cares about becomes infected … Continue reading Book Review: Cinder
Sigh. Once again, I’m going to break my own rule, and not actually talk about a book that made me cry. But, the reason for that is because recently I have found out that most of the books that made me cry are either problematic, or have problematic authors. And while I don’t want to … Continue reading Favorite Friday: A Book that Made You Cry
I have never loved a plot so much while also viscerally hating the way it’s written. Scarlet and her sister, Donatella, have always dreamed of going to Caraval, a msterious and magical performance that occurs once a year. This year, Scarlet and Tella sneak away from their abusive home to experience it before Scarlet gets … Continue reading Book Review: Caraval
If I haven’t convinced you to go out and buy 10 copies of this book by the end of my review, I haven’t done it justice. When iron born children-those of mixed faerie and human decent- begin being killed, everyone expects the fae Court to take action. However, it becomes increasingly clear that they are … Continue reading ARC Review: A Dark and Hollow Star
Hello friends, I’m so excited to start up favorite Fridays again, and with a very intriguing topic. I’ve found that most tropes I either don’t feel strongly about (like enemies-to-lovers), or I am beginning to tire of (heroine in a medieval fantasy world rises against the patriarchy). However, there is one, above all others that … Continue reading Favorite Friday: Favorite Trope
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