I am sorry, this just has not caught my attention. I made it past the first two chapters, and that will be all for me. The cover is beautiful, but the writing just has not captured my attention.
Yes, I could break this down into individual books. But, considering I read them all one right after the other, I think not. I read this whole series in 3 days between LAN activities. (That is a gaming parting, for those of you who don't know.) I read them all because the first book had…Read more The Goddess Test Series: A Series Review
Written by Paula Brackston, this novel follows Morgana as she adjusts to her new life with her new husband Cai, struggling with her inability to talk and her powers. I thoroughly enjoyed this novel. Set in 1800s Wales, I was reminded of The Witch of Blackbird Pond. The difference between the two? One has an…Read more The Winter Witch: An Audio Book Review
Written by Jeanine Frost, this is NOT the first book in this series. This does not make me happy, as the library that I rented this from didn't tell me which was first, and that is my number one complaint. Just include it in the title!! And, I don't know if I will be listening…Read more One Grave at a Time: An Audio Book Review
Why yes, another first in a book series. This is an endless trend in Young Adult fiction. And this book definitely fits that description. I enjoyed this book, written by Rin Chupeco, and would recommend it to anyone considering reading it. This book follows Tea and her brother Fox as she learns what it means…Read more Bone Witch: A Book Review
I will not be finishing this book. I read the Night House series, also by P.C. Cast, when I was in middle school. I grew out of them, and for some reason I thought the writing in this book would be better. It isn't. If you are not in middle school, I do not recommend…Read more Moon Chosen: A Book Review
I picked this audio book out because the cover looked familiar and it was available from my library. That is it. I did not read any information up, didn't read the jacket, nothing. Picked it out because of that. And I must say, I did enjoy it. Written by Benjamin Alire Saenz (yes, that is…Read more Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe: An Audio Book Review