Named of the Dragon: A Book Review

Written by Susanna Kearsley, Named of the Dragon follows Lyn, a literary agent, on her Christmas trip down to Wales with her client Bridget. What should be a relaxing vacation while trying to score a new author turns into a stress filled week as Lyn is reminded of what she has lost and find herself…Read more Named of the Dragon: A Book Review

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A Desperate Fortune: A Book Review

Written by Susanna Kearsley, this novel follows two women; Sara, an amateur code breaker who has Aspergers and took the job mostly to have a job where she didn't have to work with anyone, and 17th century Mary whose story has been unknown as her journal is written in code. Again, this novel is written…Read more A Desperate Fortune: A Book Review

Tess of the Road: A Book Review

Tess of the Road, written by Rachel Hartman, is set in the world of Seraphina, a book that I haven't read. In this world there are Dragons, that can become human and are considered saints, quitqul (I KNOW I SPELLED THAT WRONG, I ALREADY RETURNED THE BOOK), and Tess doesn't conform to any of the…Read more Tess of the Road: A Book Review

The Shadowy Horses: A Book Review

Written by Susanna Kearsley, this novel follows Verity as she, and the team she is apart of, attempt to discover a lost legion from Ancient Rome. The Ninth Legion, Legio IX Hispana, disappeared somewhere around 120 AD and historians have no idea what happened to them. Send North from England, the could have gone to…Read more The Shadowy Horses: A Book Review

The Picture of Dorian Gray: A Book Review

This novel follows the painting of the picture of Dorian Gray and how it changed him forever. Because everything he did, instead of marring how he looked, was reflected in the picture. The destruction of his soul. How did I know this was written by Oscar Wilde? A better question: how did I know this…Read more The Picture of Dorian Gray: A Book Review

Between the Shade and the Shadow: A Book Review with a Bonus

Between the Shade and the Shadow, written by Coleman Alexander, takes us on a journey with a Shade and her Shadow. In this case, I think that the provided blurb does a better job of describing this book than I can. In the deep heart of the forest, there are places where no light ever…Read more Between the Shade and the Shadow: A Book Review with a Bonus