So usually I post tags on Fridays… but I didn’t want to wait that long, so I’m posting today instead. Today’s tag is about BOOKS! Thanks to Julia, at Lit Aflame, for the tag! Continue reading “The 20 Book Questions Game”
I finished Mortal Engines three weeks ago, but between procrastination and sleep deprivation and more procrastination I didn’t get past the basic outline of this review. So. Today I’m gonna fix that. But, fair warning, this review might not be as orderly as most because I don’t remember details well and I forget books annoyingly fast.
Overall rating: 3 stars
So first off, I’d just like to ask WHY Continue reading “Book Review: Mortal Engines by Philip Reeve”
Hope Ann is preparing for another release, and I get to help show off the gorgeous cover for it!
First off, have a blurb:
Kynet hadn’t planned to be in the forefront of the rebellion. That was her brother’s hobby—rallying the people. Plotting against the leaders. Running into dangers she’d have to negotiate him out of.
That was before the Poisoner tried to kill her with many profuse apologies.
That was before she survived, her hands glowing with a strange power she didn’t understand.
With her new ability to heal, Kynet is convinced the rebellion will only doom them all. Taking the people’s pain on herself is a better and all-around safer way. After all, what is the comfort of one worth, compared to the others who can be saved?
Or will it matter at all as her brother lays plans to end the decades of fighting once and for all?
I’m already super excited to read about Kynet! And if the sibling dynamics are as good as they were in Shadowkeeper… I’m definitely sold on this one.
Rating: 4 stars
Hope Ann’s latest novella is arriving today, and I was privileged to get to read it ahead of time. Shadowkeeper is inspired by the myth of Castor and Pollux and the story of Hades and Persephone, which is awesome in and of itself, but then you add in snarky, stubborn characters whose family means more to them than anything and it becomes even better.
The worldbuilding in this book is wonderful. It’s been good in the other two Hope Ann books I’ve read, too, but I think it most comes through and Continue reading “Book Review: Shadowkeeper by Hope Ann”
I was nominated for this tag by Hannah at The Catwing Has Landed. Thank you, Hannah!
- Thank and link back to the person who tagged you
- Link back to the creator of the tag- Jenna
- Tag at least five sweet other bloggers. ❤
- Add your own question to the end with your favorite treat. 😉 Let your nominees know that they should pick 7 questions out of all of them to do (but yours included). That way the tag won’t get super-duper long with people adding their questions. 🙂
1. Oreos – A book or series you couldn’t get enough of
The Terebinth Tree Chronicles by Hannah Heath. But it’s present tense, not past tense. XD