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
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
Title: Our Dark DuetAuthor: Victoria SchwabPublication Date: 2017Publishing House: Greenwillow Books Some back story on my reading of this book. I borrowed it from my little sister but she is not happy with me because I haven’t given it back yet, despite having finished reading it. She always thinks I keep her books too long. This book
Title: The Boneless MerciesAuthor: April Genevieve TucholkePublication Date: 2018Publishing House: Farrar Straus Giroux This book was described to me as a gender-flipped version of Beowulf. I happen to love that epic. That description of this book though is not sufficient because this story is so much more. If you do go into this story looking for Beowulf
Title: The OutsidersAuthor: S.E. HintonPublication Date: 1967Publishing House: Speak I don’t know about other readers out there but sometimes I just feel like reading books that I’ve read before; I feel like meeting those old friends between the pages. Whenever I do this it tends to really mess with my reading list. So instead of
I’m a bit behind on reading Tempests and Slaughter this week so I thought it with be the perfect time to respond to a book tag. I don’t do these too often and I’m excited to do this one. I was tagged by BookWormMuse, thank you! 1. NOPE Ending: A book ending that made you go
Title: Uprooted Author: Naomi Novik Publication Date: 2015 Publishing House: Del Rey Recently for my Book of the Month I selected Spinning Silver by Naomi Novik and I loved it. I had to read more of her work and the one that I heard the most about was Uprooted. Quick synopsis: Agnieszka loves her quiet home despite the
A good friend of mine was in town recently and unlike normal people we didn’t go get dinner or drinks to sit and catch up on the events of life. No, we wandered around the nearest used bookstore, in this case Half Priced Books. Where despite a vain attempt at first I bough more books.
Title: Circe Author: Madeline Miller Publication Date: 2018 Publishing House: Bloomsbury Publishing Last week I finished both Circe and The Woman in the Window. I enjoyed them both in their own ways but of the two Circe was my favorite. Of course they are in two separate genres and I can’t really compare the two.
I have not finished a new book this week but I am reading a couple and wanted to share. Yes, I am aware how different the two books below are. Circe By: Madeline Miller I freaking love this book. If I didn’t have to sleep and work I would be done with it by now.