This story was such an amazing breath of fresh air. With rich characters, vivid world building, a world steeped in history and tradition, and a complex and varied plot. The City of Brass was a delight to read.
This has won its way to my favorite books shelf in a heartbeat. I know this is a story I will come back to again and again.
Throw in a dark romantic stranger, a curse plaguing your household a best friend who'd follow you to the end of the earth, and ghosts playing with your sanity, you're left with a haunting tale.
Consumed by their own horrors, tragedy, or inner struggles Zoey, Val, and Marion take you on a terrifying adventure.
Okay team. This is where it gets hard for me. I feel as if I've read nothing but wonderful books this year. But I promise to be honest in my reviews always, and this one... fell flat. The Immortal City had nearly everything that I should want in a story. The Atlantean Legend. Magic. A... Continue Reading →
Whoops! This was supposed to come out while I was on vacation, and guess who messed up. It was me. I'm beyond late to the ball game in reading Fangirl, however it was absolutely lovely. You can tell that this came out when I was going to college, it was the hey-day of fanfiction (or... Continue Reading →
Happy #TruthwitchTuesday team! I am so excited to be one of the first stops on the Witchlands Blog Tour! This is the first blog tour that I've done. As this is a little different than a normal blog tour since this is for the release of the box set and not the newest book, I'm... Continue Reading →
What I've learned is that I'm a sucker for a good book written about a librarian. I don't think that's unique for every little girl who grew up with her nose in a book. This story took so many elements that I love and threw them together, and I had a hard time putting it... Continue Reading →