All the Crooked Saints, written by Maggie Stiefvater, follows three cousins, one of whom is the Saint of Bicho Raro. Beatriz, Joaquin, and Daniel (the Saint) have lived with their families ways for many years: pilgrims come, receive their first miracle, and while they are figuring out how to make the second miracle occur, the…Read more All the Crooked Saints: An Audio Book Review
Meet Daisy, a young aristocrat who, after the first World War and losing her father and brother, is trying to make it on her own in England in the 1920's as a writer. This has brought her to Wentwater Court to do an article for Town and Country. Of course, after being there only a…Read more Death at Wentwater Court: An Audiobook Review
Written by Sarah Porter, this is the final of the Lost Voices Trilogy. Luce is now without Dorian, without her father, and faced with the humans hunting down mermaids. So, what happens, she starts an army. Yup, a mermaid army. I, I think I would have enjoyed this much more with a different reader. If…Read more The Twice Lost: An Audio Book Review
Written by Caragh M. O'Brien, this novel follows Gaia Stone as she tries to make a new home in a land with strange customs and a mysterious illness that prevents anyone from leaving town. If you enjoy dystopian novels that DON'T focus on insane fighting, you will enjoy this novel. I have mixed feelings about…Read more Prized: An Audio Book Review
Written by Darynda Jones, this is the first book in a series following Grim Reaper (in a new fashion) Charley Davidson (the female version of Harley Davidson? I still don't get this joke). At least, I think this is the first in the series. This is another book that IS NOT FOR CHILDREN. This is…Read more First Grave on the Right: An Audio Book Review
Written by Elizabeth Fama, this novel follows a mermaid and the human lives she has affected throughout the centuries. Have y'all ever watched Dark Shadows? Now, I am talking about the extraordinarily long TV series, not the film staring Johnny Depp. This book is the mermaid version of the first 200 or so episodes. I…Read more Monstrous Beauty: An Audio Book Review
I am sorry, this just has not caught my attention. I made it past the first two chapters, and that will be all for me. The cover is beautiful, but the writing just has not captured my attention.