Category: Paperback Perils

Paperback Perils: Fate of the Fallen

Title: Fate of the FallenAuthor: Kel KadePublication Date: 2019Publishing House: TOR So this was my October 2019 Book of the Month… and I didn’t finish the book until after Christmas. And none of that is the book’s fault. The Shroud of Prophecy tests fate to discover what happens when the path of good and right,

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Paperback Perils: Norse Mythology

Title: Norse MythologyAuthor: Neil GaimanPublication Date: 2017Publishing House: W.W. Norton & Company I really love Neil Gaiman books and mythology and I have been meaning to read this one for a while. So I downloaded the audiobook for Keltin and I to listen to on our way back from Kansas over the holidays. The wonderful

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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

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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

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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

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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

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