This book was absolutely wild from start to finish, and I loved it. The Ash House is the kind of middle grade horror/thriller that I just eat up. The suspense and mystery that Walker weaved into this tale kept me hooked all the way to the end. So many mysteries I needed to know the … Continue reading The Ash House – Angharad Walker
DNF at 77% that is 22 of 26 Chapters, and I’m dnfing this due to getting more and more frustrated and annoyed with it. To start with, I know I am new to diving into the world of Romance books, but I feel like its not wrong for me to want more for the overall … Continue reading Knight’s Redemption (Knight’s of Hell #1) – Sherliee Gray
Trigger Warning: Pet Death This was a very fast read, I mean I got through this in 2 hours. Room of Shadows has a very interesting idea at hand. A young boy moves into a new place (which is actually very old) which just so happens to have a secret room that was used by … Continue reading Room of Shadows – Ronald Kidd
“She is like the wood. Like golden light falling through the golden branches of the oak. The fierce, hot green stillness of midsummer, or the colors blowing everywhere in autumn when the winds are clear and wild as water…” The Book of Atrix Wolfe is my second book by McKillip that I have read. She … Continue reading The Book of Atrix Wolfe – Patricia A. McKillip
Drummer, beat, and piper, blow,Harper, strike, and solider, go.Free the flame and sear the grassesTill the dawning Red Star passes. On my grand adventure of finally reading the full Dragonriders of Pern series (which I am terribly behind on, I was supposed to start this in January) It’s obvious my first stop goes to Dragonflight, … Continue reading Dragonflight (Dragonriders of Pern #1) – Anne McCaffrey
“He was not meant to be there, he was a reflection of the man in the hospital or the man in the hospital was a reflection of him.“ This was the weirdest book I think have ever read, and I loved every minute of it. The weird and strangeness on top of the mystery of … Continue reading The Escapement – Lavie Tidhar
“Believe me, my young friend, there is nothing – absolutely nothing – half so much worth doing as simply messing about in boats.” It’s strange to think that this is my first time ever reading The Wind in the Willows but here we are.I have always been familiar with the Disney film “The Adventures of … Continue reading The Wind in the Willows – Kenneth Grahame
“All songs end, but new songs are just as beautiful “ 5 Stars out of 5 I am so thrilled to be back again bringing you all the final book in The Song of Kamaria, At The Threshold of the Universe. I love this world with all my heart and its both exciting and bittersweet … Continue reading Book Tour: At The Threshold of the Universe (The Song of Kamaria #3) – T.A. Bruno
“His face was something from a storybook, or a painting, or a sculpture of some Greek god.” This took me way to long to read and it’s not due to it being not good, it’s due to my daughter preventing me from reading haha. On my journey to read more romance after my best friend … Continue reading Knight’s Seduction (Knight’s of Hell #0.5) – Sherilee Gray
“The small deeds are often more important than the mighty ones. Do not lose sight of those things which are truly important“ Once again I have found my way back to the Legend of Karik and learning the story of a man who was remembered for his great feats! Vranr’s Curse is the 3rd installment … Continue reading Vranr’s Curse (Legends of Karik #3) – Evan Oliver
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