Book review for : Scars, Scribbles and the Power of Crayons Author : Lara Lazenby Rating : 5 stars Cute and cry-worthy This is a sweet, heart-wrenching slice-of-life about one little girl and her ongoing fight with cancer. We see her demonize her cancer treatments and fight with her own emotions, we see her interaction with her... Continue Reading →
Book review for : Kalpa Imperial Author : Angélica Gorodischer Rating : 2 stars …Why? I guess it's not my kind of book. I found it terribly boring. The short stories have absolutely no connection to each other, although supposedly they are stories of different timelines in the same empire. Some of the stories had... Continue Reading →
Book review for : Shadow Study Author : Maria V. Snyder Rating : 3 stars Series : Soulfinders book 1, or Study book 4—just start with Poison Study
Book review for : Lunula Author : Alyssa Auch Rating : 5 stars Series : Irador Series Book 1 (it says, but never got beyond book 2) Oh good, there's a book 2!!!
Book review for : The Language of Spells Author : Garret Weyr Rating : 5 stars A childhood full of choices This book was so cute. I would have loved it when I was 7 and I love it now. It’s written for kids but the language is good, the characters are real, and the... Continue Reading →
Book review for : Chung Jo and the Sea Dragon Author : Erica Laurie Rating : 3 stars Short and sweet Chung Jo and the Sea Dragon is a cute fairy-tale romance inspired by Korean mythology. The Korean culture and mythology were fun, and I appreciated the index of terms although they were arranged in an... Continue Reading →
Book review for : The Storm Before the Storm: The Beginning of the End of the Roman Republic Author : Mike Duncan Rating : 5 stars An entertaining look at the Roman Republic Not like there aren’t a million books out there that cover Roman history, but this book stands out for one particular reason:... Continue Reading →
The Wolf… is the symbol of the ruling house of the Anakim, a large, warrior race with natural bone armor, who value valor in battle and the ruggedness of nature.