Review of Stolen by Vivian Vande Velde

The same day that the villagers of Thornstowe finally hunt down a witch with a reputation for stealing children, a 12-year-old appears in the woods with no memory of her past. Is there a connection between Isabelle, the girl who doesn’t know who she is, and the girl the witch stole six years earlier? One […]

Book Blogger Hop 12/17

  Today’s question:  “What do you consider the most important in a story: the plot or the characters?” – It’s a combination of both but I would go for plot first. If the plot does not interest me, I don’t think the characters would really save the story (unless they were REALLY good). However, sometimes […]

Review of Ophelia by Lisa Klein

As a teen, I read Shakespeare. For FUN. I loved his plays and even watched a lot of movies based on them. Of all the plays he wrote, Hamlet was my absolute favorite one. So when I found out about this book I had to take it out of the library. I thought it would […]

Book Blogger Hop 12/10

  Today’s Question is: “What is the thing you like most about reading book blogs?  Is it the reviews, author guest posts, articles, giveaways, or something else entirely?”   – I love reading about books that I haven’t read or heard about. Also, I like to read reviews on books I’ve already read to see […]

Review of Horns

I heard about this novel from Shelf Awareness, and other book blogs out there. It certainly got me curious, despite the mixed reviews. So I gave it a chance and decided to give it a go. At first Ig thought the horns were a hallucination, the product of a mind damaged by rage and grief. […]

Book Blogger Hop 12/3

  Today’s question is:  “What very popular and hyped book in the blogosphere did you NOT enjoy and how did you feel about posting your review?” – Let’s see here (pulls out Mary Poppins file cabinet to see). I didn’t enjoy Paranormalcy as much as everyone else did. I’m not sure why, perhaps the main […]