Publisher: Scholastic


Mar 06
Review and Giveaway: Fire & Flood by Victoria Scott

Review and Giveaway: Fire & Flood by Victoria Scott

Tella’s relatively normal life is rocked by the serious and possibly incurable illness of her brother.  One night, she finds a mysterious box in her bedroom.  Inside is a device with a recording, informing her that she is “invited to be a Contender in the Brimstone Bleed.”  It gives the time and location of the first meeting, and it further informs her that “The Brimstone Bleed will last three months…The winning prize will be the Cure.”  Everything about the message… Read more »


Jan 22
Review: Defy by Sara B. Larson

Review: Defy by Sara B. Larson

A lurching stomach.  A neck that grows hot.  Flushing cheeks.  An aching skull.  Trembling.  For me, these are symptoms of a bad case of the flu.  For Alexa, the supposedly brave, ruthless warrior in Defy, this is how she responds whenever a male looks at her.  Which is often. Alexa pretends to be a boy named Alex, the most skilled guard to Prince Damian.  She hides her identity because in this kingdom, ruled by Damian’s father, women are only useful… Read more »


Sep 27
Fun With Limericks: Inhuman by Kat Falls

Fun With Limericks: Inhuman by Kat Falls

This is my third round of “Fun With Limericks,” a (hopefully) fun way of dealing with books I didn’t finish, or I finished, but for whatever reason, I felt I could not write a proper review.  In the first go-round, I had a little fun with The S-Word by Chelsea Pitcher and A Corner of White by Jaclyn Moriarty.  Next up was Gameboard of the Gods by Richelle Mead. Today, I bring you a limerick for Inhuman by Kat Falls.  I actually did finish… Read more »