Category: Paperback Perils

Paperback Perils: The Winter of the Witch

Title: The Winter of the WitchAuthor: Katherine ArdenPublication Date: 2019Publishing House: Del Rey After finishing The Girl in the Tower I could not wait to get my hands on a copy of The Winter of the Witch. I actually manager to get an audio version from the library. I loved this because the narrator actually

Continue reading

Of Reading and Reflection

I finished my second read through of American Gods, or well, a listen as I borrowed the digital audio book from the library. And upon completion it got me thinking. And looking at it in conjunction with The Great Gatsby – I’m currently reading So We Read On about how Gatsby can to be the

Continue reading

Paperback Perils: The Girl in the Tower

Title: The Girl in the TowerAuthor: Katherine ArdenPublication Date: 2018Publishing House: Del Rey This book, where to start? I loved it and could not pit it down. The Girl in the Tower begins like an epic in a way – in medias res – before going back and showing the events that lead to that

Continue reading

Paperback Perils: The Age of Light

Title: The Age of LightAuthor: Whitney ScharerPublication Date: 2019Publishing House: Little, Brown and Company The Age of Light was a choice for the February 2019 Book of the Month. Something about this book really spoke to me but my to read list is so long that I decided to skip that month and then thought

Continue reading

Paperback Perils: The Bear and the Nightingale

Title: The Bear and the Nightingale Author: Katherine ArdenPublication Date: 2017Publishing House: Del Rey I found out about the Winternight Trilogy after reading about Bookworm Muse’s reviews on the last two books. And I managed to find a copy of the first book in the series at Half Price Books. This book didn’t sit on

Continue reading

Paperback Perils: First Lord’s Fury

Title: First Lord’s FuryAuthor: Jim ButcherPublication Date: 2009Publishing House: Ace Books I finally finished the series! Sorry for the delay in posting this review. I joined the local library and I had to wait for my turn to listen to this audiobook. I don’t often actually go to the public library but I love using

Continue reading