Poison Study by Maria V. Snyder Retro Friday Book Review

Book Review- Poison Study by Maria V Snyder has INTRIGUE, MAGIC, secrets, slow burns AND SEXYTIMES!

Markus Zusak Will Make A Believer Out Of You

Marcus Zusak, I think, is a special gem hailing from Down Under and definitely one of the best authors ever regardless of where he hails from. Seriously The Book Thief made a believer out of me and I Am The Messenger made me an evangelist.

Literally, my reaction AHHHH.

Unfortunately my background was sorely lacking because I never picked up Sabriel by Garth Nix as a teen despite it’s numerous awards. Straight up, that makes me a stupid ass, because contained within Sabriel are multitudes of awesome.

Howl’s Moving Castle by Diana Wynee Jones Retro Friday Book Review

Howl’s Moving Castle by Diana Wynne Jones at the top of my pile. Oh, friends, Diana Wynne Jones absolutely did not disappoint. We have a cranky old woman, a vain heartbreaker wizard, a fire demon, a witch and a fantastic storyline.

Being an orphan in books basically means you get to have awesome adventures

Retro Friday Reviews are hosted by Angieville. Basically you review an older book on Fridays. The Mysterious Benedict Society by Trenton Lee Stewart is an AWESOME middle grade book featuring clever orphans. Y’all I love orphans, they are one of my favorite literary trope. While I am sure being an orphan in real life sucks, […]

Retro Friday Review: Sword-Dancer by Jennifer Roberson

Relatively few reviewers hold such sway that their recommendations cause me to drop my current book commitments in lieu of reading their latest reviewed book. Ya’ll Angie has that power. Combine this with a glowing review from See Michelle Read and I am done for – hook, line, and sinker. The book in question is […]