Book Reviews

  • Neverwhere

    ❝ He had gone beyond the world of metaphor & simile into the place of things that are, and it was changing him. ❞ – Neverwhere, Neil Gaiman I posted something on…

  • Throne of Glass Series

    This review was originally going to read a bit different. The idea was to do a quick summary of each book in the Throne of Glass series, but I decided to…

  • Spinning Silver

    This was one of my most anticipated releases of 2018. I’ve had the date marked on my calendar since the moment I knew she was writing another book that aligns with…

  • The Storied Life of A.J. Fikry

    Picture this: You’re on vacation and visiting a friend who lives in a small town, on an island, outside of New York City. You’re wandering the streets and stumble upon a…

  • Everland

    I’ve always been a sucker for a good fairytale. Stories about the girl who loses the glass slipper, the prince who defeats a dragon to rescue his maiden, and especially the…

  • The Casquette Girls

    I discovered this book, like many others, through Instagram. I had seen the cover and thought it looked intriguing — somewhat of a gothic, vampires in a graveyard, victorian story. I…

  • Between Shades of Gray

    This is one of those books that will change your perspective on the world. It is one of those reads that you finish and wonder why more people haven’t read it. Title:…

  • Passenger

    Alexandra Bracken has done a beautiful job of elevating the idea of time travel for me. Prior to reading Passenger, I was truly turned off by the idea, and really most sci-fi…

  • The Diviners

    Picture this: You walk into a speakeasy during the 1920’s. All around you are handsome young men and women giving into the good time. You look on stage and there’s a…

  • Uprooted

    A Polish folklore/fairytale. A wizard known as Dragon. A mystical forest. Adventure and romance. If that doesn’t sound like a book you want to read…. well then, I don’t know how…