Young mouse Calib Christopher dreams of the day when he will become a Knight of Camelot like his father and grandfather before him. For generations, Calib’s family has lived among the mice that dwell beneath the human Knights of the Round Table, defending the castle they all call home. Calib just hopes he will be able to live up to the Christopher name.
A thrilling mystery with a terribly wrapped up ending. But most of the book was amazing and a great approach to popular period of history. Seventeen-year-old Audrey Rose Wadsworth was born a lord’s daughter, with a life of wealth and privilege stretched out before her. But between the social teas and silk dress fittings, sheContinue reading “Stalking Jack the Ripper ★★★★☆”
I was not a fan of Firstlife. I only finished it so that I could review Lifeblood. And I have some thoughts on that too.
What do we do with Firstlife? The cover is gorgeous, the premise is intriguing… the book is… meh?
Definitely one of many books I have requested based on a good description and an awesome cover, but definitely not one that I would recommend.
Tricked is everything you want in a middle grade title–EVERYTHING!
So not that long ago, I posted Full Series Stop, in which I was talking about how the preview for this book was making me less excited for it. I would now like to apologize for letting my enthusiasm wane. We waited for King’s Cage and Aveyard delivered.
Aside from the fact that this book looks gorgeous, the writing was amazing. I expect nothing less from Marissa Meyer.
A thrilling mystery with a terribly wrapped up ending. But most of the book was amazing and a great approach to popular period of history.
I was so excited to get Carve the Mark, especially since I loved Divergent and I am an enormous Star Wars fan. But Carve the Mark left so much to be desired that I put it on my #DNF list when I was a quarter of the way through the book.