It's addicting, with you constantly turning the pages because you feel as if you've just almost touched the core of this enigmatic thing. Cantero's writing draws you in, dangling curiosity and the need to know perfectly, in a pace and manner that makes you hard-pressed to set the book down.
Resplendent red dress and blue blooded princes.
Book Blurb: In a land where a werewolf army called the Sworn rule over the humans and walking corpses called treecrawlers roam the wilderness between settlements, orphaned Red has a secret that she and her grandmother have been hiding for years. She’s one of the Chosen, the despised young women selected to bear children in… Continue reading Book Review: Red Rider (The Sworn Saga #1) by Kate Avery Ellison
I freaking loved this book. The writing, the story, the characters--gah, I was sucked in so completely that I came out the other end googling where I could buy my own custom made parasol.
I love fairy tale retellings. And a retelling of Peter Pan? In space? Written by a J. M.?
How would you deal with the unexpected loss of your little brother when you deal with the dead for a living?
I love creative people. I mean, a heist plot on the moon? I never would have thought of that. Not to mention that the science and math research needed in order to actually sell the idea. Andy Weir, God bless you for dumbing down the science well enough for me to understand. Like his first… Continue reading Book Review: Artemis by Andy Weir (Spoilers)