Posts Tagged: Veronica Rossi

Feb 23
Review: Into the Still Blue by Veronica Rossi

Review: Into the Still Blue by Veronica Rossi

It wasn’t until I was about halfway through Into the Still Blue that I realized how much I disliked the relationship between Aria and Roar.  Yes, I know that platonic relationships can exist between gorgeous (and straight) men and women.  But it seems like Rossi couldn’t decide whether she wanted to create a legitimate love triangle or whether she wanted to keep Aria and Roar “just friends.”  Instead, the pair have a relationship that attempts to straddle the two extremes…. Read more »


Feb 07
Stacking the Shelves # 51

Stacking the Shelves # 51

  Stacking The Shelves is all about sharing the books you are adding to your shelves, may it be physical or virtual. This means you can include books you buy in physical store or online, books you borrow from friends or the library, review books, gifts and of course ebooks! Visit Tynga’s Reviews to learn more about this weekly meme. PURCHASED – Audiobook Angelfall by Susan Ee: Confession – I’ve had the paperback for around two years, but I still have not… Read more »


Feb 05
Review: Under the Never Sky by Veronica Rossi

Review: Under the Never Sky by Veronica Rossi

I finally read Under the Never Sky!  And at the time that I’m writing this review, I’ve already read Through the Ever Night, and I’ve got Into the Still Blue checked out from the library.  I’m making good progress with my Series Catch-Up! Under the Never Sky is book that had some problems, yet the plot was exciting enough for me to overlook the flaws.  Let’s start with Aria, the pod-dwelling Ms. Snooty-Pants who considers Perry, a “Savage,” beneath her… Read more »


Feb 01
Playing the Series Catch-Up Game

Playing the Series Catch-Up Game

My reading tastes have not always skewed towards YA.  But when I began my blog a year ago, that’s what I was reading, so YA became the primary focus of my blog.  Since I got a bit of a late start, I’m now playing “Series Catch-Up,” and it seems like February is a big month for sequels and trilogy enders.  So now, despite the fact that I’m behind on my ARC schedule (and feeling very guilty), I’m going to toss… Read more »