Lady Thief by AC Gaughen | Book Review

I will always love a good Robin Hood story, forever and for always. Of course when everyone was really into¬†Scarlet by AC Gaughen like a few years ago, I was a day late to the party and was like oh that sounds cool but never pursued reading it. At least, not until everyone was losing […]

The Stepsister’s Tale by Tracy Barrett | Book Review

I feel like you can tell I was raised during the 1990s golden era of Disney because I will read the heck out of any fairy tale re-telling. There’s something a little bit magical about those familiar stories that we all know being adapted and changed. I love reading different authors’ takes on these tales. […]

The Hero’s Guide To Being An Outlaw by Christopher Healy | Audiobook Review

Why Did I Listen To This Book? I feel like it is quite the magical feat to finish series while being a book blogger. Mainly because there are so many new books that come out every week and so many of us are magpies. It can be hard to sit down and take the time […]

Fathomless by Jackson Pearce | Book Review

Fathomless†by Jackson Pearce has been on my to be read pile for about two years at this point. I decided to dive into it’s pages mainly because the book was super short, I liked her one book about purity and because I am a super huge fan of fairy tale retellings. Friends, it turns out […]

The Mostly True Story Of Jack Kelly Barnhill Book Review

The Mostly True Story Of Jack†by Kelly Barnhill†is what I would consider to be a deeply unsettling book, especially for middle grade. Now, being unsettled isn’t bad. I’m still actually thinking about The Mostly True Story Of Jack. Kelly Barnhill’s†writing plays on people’s fears without overt monsters.

A Tale Dark And Grimm by Adam Gidwitz Book Review

When a book based on a Grimm fairy tale has an eye catching cover, that is typically a good sign. For A Tale Dark And Grimm by Adam Gidwitz, the cover is only part of a wicked awesome parcel, full of cool things like decapitation, blood and guts.