Dune: A Book Review

Dune, written by Frank Herbert, is considered one of the great turning points in science fiction, compared often as the science fiction equivalent to The Lord of the Rings. Dune is about Paul, the only son and heir to Duke Leto, as he and his family move to Arrakis, a desert world barren, it seems,…Read more Dune: A Book Review

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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

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

Bone Witch: A Book Review

Why yes, another first in a book series. This is an endless trend in Young Adult fiction. And this book definitely fits that description. I enjoyed this book, written by Rin Chupeco, and would recommend it to anyone considering reading it. This book follows Tea and her brother Fox as she learns what it means…Read more Bone Witch: A Book Review