About a chapter into this book my brain kept repeating somewhat of a catchphrase for it, Avatar the last fire blood. That’s not to say that this story is that similar one of my favorite animated shows (let us all forget the abomination of a live action film), but that’s the feeling it invoked as I read.
Lake Silence is the first book in the next chapter of Anne Bishop’s The Others series. We have left behind the Lakeside courtyard and our beloved Meg and Simon to explore a new area in Thasia. We now find ourselves in Sporing a small rustic town on the shores of Lake Silence, the smallest of the[…]
Writing this review has proven to be quite a challenge. That might seem odd given the four-star rating, but Child of a Mad God has left me with a lot of conflicting feelings. But isn’t that in itself the mark of a good book? First an foremost I feel I have a responsibility to issue a warning[…]
Last night it was my plan to ignore my husband’s grumbling as he surfed through our Crunchyroll queue about my lack of date night participation in favor of keeping my nose buried in my kindle. I glanced up at the screen to see what had captured his attention only to be confronted with the cover image[…]
It’s been a while since I picked up a book by Holly Black, not for lack of enjoyment for her writing, but because of my excessive reading ADD. The Cruel Prince, however, kept popping up everywhere I went and refused to be ignored so it jumped my ever growing TBR pile to the top and[…]
Phoenix Comic Fest, previously known as Phoenix Comicon is only four short months away. The convention rebranded this year after the “Comic Con” trademark decision that came down at the end of last year. But hey at least we get a shorter hashtag now, #PCF. Something that isn’t changing is the fact that PCF always delivers[…]
A trip to the movies and a trailer for the new Ocean’s movie sparked a craving for a good heist read. Six of Crows summary promised me exactly what I wanted. Criminal mastermind and impossible heist you say? um, yes please! And I got exactly what I wanted, and more. Like the name implies the[…]
I received a copy of Shadowsong through Netgalley after reading and reviewing Wintersong. Shadowsong was not the follow-up book I wanted it to be. Wintersong was haunting and intriguing and I was completely drawn to the character of the Goblin King. While I didn’t love Liesl she was a strong and active lead in the[…]