Movie Prep: A Wrinkle in Time by Madeleine L’Engle
Off the Shelf: Morning Star (Red Rising #3) by Pierce Brown
Off the Shelf: Golden Son (Red Rising #2) by Pierce Brown
Book Review: The Mime Order (The Bone Season Book 2) by Samantha Shannon
No, The Mime Order is not a book about the history of the art of white-faced comedy based in controlled body movement, but the sequel to The Bone Season. Try not to hold your disappointment against it.Read more "Book Review: The Mime Order (The Bone Season Book 2) by Samantha Shannon"
Book Club in Session: In the End (In the After Book 2) by Demitria Lunetta
Lauren: What do you do after you find out that your mom is responsible for ending the world? The only thing you can do – go find another boy to crush on! Yay young adult dystopia!Read more "Book Club in Session: In the End (In the After Book 2) by Demitria Lunetta"
Book Review: A Feast For Crows (A Song Of Ice And Fire Book 4) by George R. R. Martin
Considering that the carnage tally is pretty low when comparing A Feast For Crows to the previous novel in the series, book 4 is still pretty good. Not great, but good.Read more "Book Review: A Feast For Crows (A Song Of Ice And Fire Book 4) by George R. R. Martin"
Book Review: The Maze Runner by James Dashner
With The Maze Runner on my “to read” list for a while now, the release of the trailer for the upcoming film adaptation was all the push I needed to finally crack the book open. Turns out I probably could have just waited for the movie.Read more "Book Review: The Maze Runner by James Dashner"
Book Review: Red Rising by Pierce Brown
If you’re like me, then you are sick and tired of every new YA novel being compared to The Hunger Games. It’s not like Suzanne Collins invented the genre! But I’m gonna say it, as much as I don’t want to: Red Rising could really be the next Hunger Games.Read more "Book Review: Red Rising by Pierce Brown"
Book Review: The Well of Tears by Roberta Trahan
This well may have water to provide for those thirsty for fantasy, but it doesn’t taste as good as the water from the well over there. Don’t worry, I judge me for that intro too.Read more "Book Review: The Well of Tears by Roberta Trahan"