I wanted to like this novel. This book, written by Matthew Fleming, follows five strangers who wake up in a forest, no idea how they got there, and something is in the forrest with them. Here is my number one issue with this novel: sentence structure and syntax. It felt choppy from the get go.…Read more The Dreams: A Book Review
Written by Erika Johansen , The Queen of the Tearling follows princess Kelsea as she becomes queen of the Tearling, after she was hidden away for her life following her mother's death. And her mother was not a good queen. I enjoyed this novel, though again the audio book I listened to suffered from only having…Read more The Queen of the Tearling: An Audio Review
What happens when your future mate (yup, this is about werewolves and they call their partners mates) is a human (and therefore doesn't know about werewolves) and finds you in a shelter when she was intending to adopt a cat? Oh, and she loves dog you and can't stand the idea of you running away…Read more An American Werewolf in Hoboken: A Book Review
This movie, staring Bones from the new Star Trek movies, follows a viking boy who was left behind in America and raised by natives 600 years before Columbus. 15 years later, and the vikings are back to try and settle America. And who else to fight them but another viking who has made these people…Read more Pathfinder: A Movie Review
Written by Gaja Kos, The Dark Ones is the first book in the Black Werewolves series, and follows the pack of Black Werewolves, beings that retain their human mind in wolf form and are the only wolves that can transform into a half wolf half human form. In this novel there is a poison released…Read more The Dark Ones: A Book Review
This is a collection of myths, stories, and whispers from around the world. And I learned so many things I had never heard of before. The way the myths and accounts are written and ordered moves throughout time and creatures and themes. This novel is a collection of PodCasts written out, with a few extras,…Read more The World of Lore: Monstrous Creatures: An Audio Review
Y'all, I am so very close. Currently I am reading Lore, by reading I mean listening to, which actually goes over the variety of traditional creatures and some of their origin and first hand accounts. I WILL DO THIS! Maybe... hopefully....