May Wrap-Up

How are we in June ALREADY?! It feels like I was in February like three days ago. This entire month felt like it flew by, and once again, I felt like I didn't get a lot read. Somehow I ended up reading 14, so not as slow as I thought. Who knew?! 72/125 - Goodreads [...]

Campaign Widows – Review

"This was a town that ran on power and proximity to power, not looks, not even money -- though looks and money never hurt." In this hilarious book, accurately described as Sex and the City meets The West Wing, we meet a whole new cast ready to steal your heart. And maybe your votes. Cady [...]

The Tangled Lands – Review

"Magic makes bramble, and bramble makes kisses, and kisses make sleep that lasts until Kpala's children tear us to pieces. It was always thus. And yet you put yourself above the rest of us, and now all that magic blows in the breeze and brings bramble calling." The Tangled Lands took me a bit by [...]

The Oracle Year – Review

"Anything can happen, Will Dando thought. In the next five seconds, in the next five years. Anything at all." One morning Will Dando woke up with 108 predictions ringing loudly in his mind. They were specific, and seemed to make no real sense. He wasn't even sure it was real. Except he couldn't get them [...]

Pride & Prometheus – Review

"It showed that people could convince themselves of things that, in a sober moment, they would recognize were not true." Pride and Prometheus is the delightful combination of two beloved classics: Jane Austin's Pride & Prejudice with Mary Shelley's Frankenstein. While it may seem difficult to imagine how the two stories could merge, John Kessel [...]