Book Review: The Iron Trial by Cassandra Clare and Holly Black

I love middle grade fantasy books. In fact, that’s what I’m hoping to publish by the end of May, 2018. It makes sense, then, that I would enjoy this ALA Quick Picks Top Ten book that focuses on magic and growing into one’s self. Summary: Callum is a young boy who is known for makingContinue reading “Book Review: The Iron Trial by Cassandra Clare and Holly Black”

Book Review: “Saints” by Gene Luen Yang

I have a page now dedicated to book reviews, but I really enjoyed this one, so I decided to put it in my feed. Summary: Four-girl is a young girl who lives in a small village that is anti-Christian. She, unlike her three other siblings, survived, and for some reason, instead of being joyful, herContinue reading “Book Review: “Saints” by Gene Luen Yang”

Book Review 10: Persepolis

Doust thou likest graphic novels? En esta es para tu. Okay, so I never did get that Spanish degree…. not that this has anything to do with Spanish. Summary: Marji is a very young girl learning about the terror, rebels, and leadership that affects their political system. Her entire life is focused on her relationshipContinue reading “Book Review 10: Persepolis”

Book Review 9: “A Great and Terrible Beauty”

Summary: “A Great and Terrible Beauty” by Libba Bray: Out of the books I have read so far, I think I enjoyed this one the most. This is probably because it is more fantastical/paranormal than the others. So here goes: Our main character, Gemma, lives in a time many many years before ours (1895) andContinue reading “Book Review 9: “A Great and Terrible Beauty””