The Beautiful Ones: A Book Review

This novel, written by Silvia Moreno-Garcia, is the kind of novel I have been looking for. Following three individuals, Nina, Hector, and Valérie, we are drawn into a world of balls and power and gifted. Gifted as in, they are able to move things with their minds (and the aid of their hands). Nina is…Read more The Beautiful Ones: A Book Review

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The Invisible Library: A Book Review

Written by Genevieve Cogman, The Invisible Library follows Irene and Kai as they try to retrieve a specific edition of Grimm's Tales from an alternate universe with vampires, werewolves, fae, steam punk, and odd magic, and return it to the Library. The Library being a giant library that connects alternate realities/universes. First - I am…Read more The Invisible Library: A Book Review

The Cruel Prince: An Audio Book Review

Written by Holy Black, The Cruel Prince is another Fae novel from Holly Black. This novel follows Jude, a twin to Taryn, whose parents were killed when they were small children in front of them by their mother's first husband, and their older sister Vivian's father, for taking his child away. BTW, her first husband,…Read more The Cruel Prince: An Audio Book Review

Dragon Teeth: An Audio Review

Written by Michael Crichton, published after his death, follows Johnson as he goes on a hunt for dinosaur bones. I really enjoyed this historical fiction novel. We got to meet Marsh and Cope and learn about the bone wars, which I never really knew. These two men did amazing things for paleontology. We also got…Read more Dragon Teeth: An Audio Review

Cinderella Origins – Definitely NOT a Rehash of the Wikipedia Article

Some of you may remember my review of Happily by Chauncey Rogers, after reading three of his novels (which can be found on Amazon here), I was asked to host a leg of his blog tour! Below you will find a brief history of the origins of Cinderella (with a few links, of course), from…Read more Cinderella Origins – Definitely NOT a Rehash of the Wikipedia Article

Dancing with Werewolves: A Book Review

This book is not for children. Written by Carole Nelson Douglas, Dancing with Werewolves follows investigative reporter Delilah as she moves to Las Vegas to confront the girl who played a corps on an episode of CSI who could be her twin. But really, Delilah is an orphan. Until Delilah learns that her twin was…Read more Dancing with Werewolves: A Book Review