Stitching Snow

Stitching Snow by R. C. Lewis and a Reflection on Blurring the Lines    Lines. Where to draw them and where to keep them grey? This question comes to mind with this book, because the lines are too clearly drawn. Though you can tell Lewis tried to blur them a little, instead she just moves them. People are either bad or good; there really is … Read More

A Court of Mist and Fury

A Review of A Court of Mist and Fury with a Reflection on Re-Reading Books   (Spoilers from A Court of Thorns and Roses)   So I’m one of those people who creates rules for themselves: can’t watch a tv show out of order, can’t start a movie in the middle, can’t have an appetizer after dinner, and so on and so forth. I also … Read More

Burning Glass

Review of Burning Glass by Kathryn Purdie   Sonya is an auraseer, which means she feels the emotions of the people around her. When tragedy strikes at home, Sonya is taken from her small village to the palace to be the sovereign Auraseer. She is given the small task of protecting the Emperor and entire kingdom from any and all threats. No pressure. Sonya was … Read More

Soundless

Review of Soundless by Richelle Mead and Reflection on the Use of Sound   First off let’s get this out in the open, I love all of Richelle Mead’s work. She’s one of my favorites and in my opinion one of the best YA authors writing today. Now you know why I had to pick up Soundless the standalone novel by her. I lover her series … Read More