The Boy who steals Houses

MY HEART IS SHATTERED!Buddy reading this book has giving me the opportunity to delve into the many layers of this book and experience it in a completely different way. This is truly a book for everyone. But mostly I feel this book should be part of EVERY SCHOOL CURRICULUM. This book is a beautiful kind … Continue reading The Boy who steals Houses

Fable Book review

Welcome to a world made dangerous by the sea and by those who wish to profit from it. Where a young girl must find her place and her family while trying to survive a world built for men. Take a high seas adventure with me in a world filled with pirates, treasure and plot twists … Continue reading Fable Book review

The June Boys

The Gemini Thief could be anyone. Your father, your mother, your best friend’s crazy uncle. Some country music star’s deranged sister. Anyone. Confrontational and enlightening, this story gave me chills. Forced to see a side of society we so often deny exist, the story had me thankful that my husband and brothers never had to … Continue reading The June Boys

The Wicker Light

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MYSTERY, MURDER AND MAGIC! Fall back into the world of Augurs and Judges, in a little town called Kilshamble. A little town that has a very big secret. The sequel to Wren hunt that can be read as a standalone and is captivating. I initially thought we will be picking up where we left off … Continue reading The Wicker Light

Grace and Fury

If you had the choice between being a rebel and having rights or being a princess and having no voice, what would you choose? I found myself on the edge of my seat with this read. And even though there are familiar plot twists, I have found myself rooting for them in the end. I … Continue reading Grace and Fury

Enchantée

There is something completely magical about Historical Fantasy Fiction. And this cover, as beautiful as it is, did not do this book justice. So excuse me while I pack my bags to get whisked away to 1789, Paris in a hot air balloon. (Completely ignoring my fear of heights.)

The Gifted, The Talented and Me

As a highschool kid, you face uncharted waters of social hierarchy and hormone driven reactions. On top of all that chaos you can sprinkle a bit home issues and millennial parenting and find an amazing story about an average kid moved to a school for the gifted and struggling to find his place. The answer … Continue reading The Gifted, The Talented and Me

Tales of the Peculiar

I picked up this collection of short stories before reading the actually series. I honestly enjoyed the movie but was hesitant to read the books out of fear of ruining the movie. (Because the book is always better) So I decided to pick up the collection of short stories first and see if it spikes … Continue reading Tales of the Peculiar

We hunt the flame

Humming the intro of Aladdin in my head I reach for this novel, high expectations and coffee in the hand I settle in to travel to one of the world's richest places (both in culture and magic) in this highly anticipated debut of 2019. 

To Kill a Kingdom

Pack your bags for an epic adventure in a magical world filled with Mermaids, Sirens and Pirates. Alexandra Christo takes you on a whirlwind adventure with an epic love story, great battle scene and every other magical moment that will have you blazing through this book and hoping for more.