. “So this is what Eternity looks like.” I felt the jaded disappointment in those words. I understood the sensation of wonder and the longing that could never be fulfilled. Although these words are spoken by a supporting character that only comes into the story in the second book of the series, they carry the... Continue Reading →
. Generations ago, the realms fell to fire. The Burn–the only means of destroying a lush land so manipulated by man that while its crops sated hunger, they poisoned the flesh. Now the wilderness slowly reseeds, hard lessons learned through starvation, displacement, and poverty. What remains for nature’s tinkerers? Pathway, the coveted distillation that enables... Continue Reading →
. Moojie is a heart-warming and lovable little soul, set adrift upon a great adventure with many challenges stacked against him, both from the outside world as well as his own body and mind. The story is fanciful and delightful, while poignant and, sometimes, harsh; yet it is expressed through imaginative beautiful language, characters and... Continue Reading →
Please allow me to Introduce Michelle James, Quintessential Bookie, Reviewer, and lover of words. Michelle is the author of the blog Book Chat, as well as a reliable source of Encouragement, Friendship and Smiles! About Her Blog: Tell us about your Blog. I started BookChat in June 2013 to share the books I love reading... Continue Reading →
The Immortal Rules Blood of Eden #1 Julie Kagawa To survive in a ruined world, she must embrace the darkness. Allison Sekemoto survives in the Fringe, the outermost circle of a walled-in city. By day, she and her crew scavenge for food. By night, any one of them could be eaten. Some days, all that... Continue Reading →
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