The Song of Achilles – Madeline Miller – Review

Achilles is a legendary hero. Patroculus is a prince who is a disgrace to his family. After one accident leave Patroculus an outcast he is forced to find his way in a new world. Achilles is looking to make his name known and for someone to understand him. Together they begin an epic love storyContinue reading “The Song of Achilles – Madeline Miller – Review”

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The 7 1/2 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle – Stuart Turton – Review

Adian wakes up each day in a different body. He is charged with one task, find out who killed Eveyln Hardcastle. The issue is that he doesn’t remember much when he wakes up and his hosts aren’t the most savory of people. The mystery begins to unravel and he realizes this is more than aContinue reading “The 7 1/2 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle – Stuart Turton – Review”

Nevernight and Godsgrave – Jay Kristoff – Review

(I am going to review both books since I finished them while I was on my hiatus and the way I think about them is as one entity. It is just easier to review them at the same time instead of trying to piece out what happened in which book). “The books we love, theyContinue reading “Nevernight and Godsgrave – Jay Kristoff – Review”

The Red Scrolls of Magic – Cassandra Clare and Wesley Chu – Review

Magnus and Alec’s relationship is new. They go on their first vacation together. Though things do not go as planned when they learn that Magnus might have started his own cult. Their time together becomes a race to find out what this cult is up to and to stop things before everything falls apart. “It’sContinue reading “The Red Scrolls of Magic – Cassandra Clare and Wesley Chu – Review”

Muse of Nightmare – Laini Taylor – Review

(This is a review for the second book in the series. Potential spoilers for the first book) Sari has finally found true love. She has found a way to move her home and start life anew. Though that is a bit hampered by the fact that she is dead. Minya is out for revenge andContinue reading “Muse of Nightmare – Laini Taylor – Review”

Strange The Dreamer- Laini Taylor – Review

Lazlo Strange is an outsider. He was orphaned by a war and left with a group of monks. He has grown up thinking he is nothing, just someone to be there to help but never to stand out in the crowd. He lives for one thing, the lost city of Weep. He is the onlyContinue reading “Strange The Dreamer- Laini Taylor – Review”

The Past and Other Things that Should Stay Buried – Shaun David Hutchinson – Review

Dino and July were best friends at one time. That friendship ended and now they are enemies. Now July is dead and Dino is lost. What happens when July sits up in his parent’s funeral home, alive but no quite? Can they fix what was broken? Or will their feud cause a rift in theContinue reading “The Past and Other Things that Should Stay Buried – Shaun David Hutchinson – Review”

In An Absent Dream – Seanan McGuire – Review

Katherine Lundy makes a choice early on in her life. She is going to live her way, she is going to do what she wants when she wants. She learns quickly the world is not going to work in her favor. She finds a door to The Goblin Market, a world where you can getContinue reading “In An Absent Dream – Seanan McGuire – Review”

The Invisible Library – Genevieve Cogman – Review

There is a Library full of Librarians whose job it is to go to alternate worlds and find important books. They are returned to the Library where they are kept safe and all knowledge is contained in one space. Irene is a junior librarian, someone raised her whole life in this world. Kai is herContinue reading “The Invisible Library – Genevieve Cogman – Review”

Queen of Air and Darkness – Cassandra Clare – Review

Death has fallen over the Blackthorn family. The Shadowhunter world is once again thrown into chaos. Julian and Emma have to fight to save their world, their family and their loved ones. But their cures is getting stronger. How do they save everyone else and themselves at the same time? What sacrifices have to beContinue reading “Queen of Air and Darkness – Cassandra Clare – Review”