Sunday Salon: Progress = slow.

Okay it seems I hardly got any reading done this week. Shame on me. I’m not sure what it is, I do go through phases were reading slows down a bit and I think that’s just my brain telling me to take a break from it all and just vegetate for a moment (ie; playing […]

Review of Frostbite

The first book: Vampire Academy is recommended if you want to know what happened previously. Although Rose does summarize what happened in the first few chapters of Frostbite, it still helps to read the first one in full just so you have the understanding of the entire story. It’s winter break at St Vladimir’s, but […]

Book Blogger Hop 10/28

  Today’s question is: “What is the one bookish thing you would love to have, no matter the cost?” – oh my…um…let’s see… you said one right? ok here goes: The complete set of Jean Plaidy novels. Why? 1. They’re frakking hard to find. Even the reprinted ones. 2. I haven’t read all of them. In […]

Review of The Fall

    It is recommended you read The Strain before getting into this one. Events follow right after The Strain, and there’s no recall or a summary of what happened before in The Fall. Besides, if you don’t read The Strain you’re definitely missing out. The vampiric virus unleashed in The Strain has taken over […]

Review of The Unusual Suspects

It is recommended you read the first book of this series: The Fairy Tale Detectives to understand the characters and plot better. The reader will have a much clearer understanding of the plot if you read the books in order. In book two of the series, the Sisters Grimm start school at Ferryport Landing Elementary. […]

Book Blogger Hop 10/22

  Today’s question is: “Where is your favorite place to read? Curled up on the sofa, in bed, in the garden?” – since I moved into my apartment, we don’t (and still don’t) have much furniture so I have two places to read; at the dining room table with the laptop in front of me (bad […]