While I really enjoyed some aspects of Cinder by Marissa Meyer, I thought the world building was lacking.
Jackson Pearce’s retelling of Little Red Riding Hood, Sisters Red, is the story of Scarlett and Rosie March. After an attack by a werewolf (called a Fenris in Pearce’s world) that killed their grandmother and left Scarlett scarred, the sisters dedicate themselves to hunting as many as possible. But then things start to change for the sisters when their childhood… Read more →
Today, I thought I’d try something different. Memes like Teaser Tuesday can be fluffy, filler type posts, but they can also be fun. Teaser Tuesday is a meme in which we share a couple sentences from a current read. If you want to know more, check out Should Be Reading. So for my first ever Teaser Tuesday, I’d like to… Read more →
Kyle Kingsbury is rich and good looking; he’s popular and had everything he wants. Basically, Kyle is your typical spoiled brat. So when Kyle offends a witch, he’s cursed to live as a beast. Shunned by virtually everyone – including his father who sends him to live in Brooklyn with the maid – Kyle must find someone to love him… Read more →
Trigger Warning: Tender Morsels by Margo Lanagan contains instances rape and incest. Furthermore, I don’t think it’s possible to discuss the book without mentioning those plot elements as part of the review. Margo Lanagan’s Tender Morsels is a story of healing with fairy tale influences. Liga didn’t have a good childhood by any stretch of the imagination. By the time… Read more →