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Monthly Archives: July 2012
So this is what you missed on Coffee & Wizards… *begins playing Glee recap song* Reviews BOOKS The Ask and the Answer by Patrick Ness Birthmarked by Caragh M. O’Brien Deadlocked by Charlaine Harris The Lightning Thief by Rick Riordan … Continue reading
Ten Characters I’d like to Switch Places with for 24 hours hosted by The Broke and the Bookish 10. Angel from the Maximum Ride series by James Patterson The ability to fly for 24 hours? Who would not want this? Plus she … Continue reading
This is a new meme hosted by Chick Loves Lit that caught my eye. Basically, every Monday there’s a new prompt which you use to recommend an awesome book. There’s not much I love more than recommending a good book, except maybe … Continue reading
Elder has his hands full with a ship no longer controlled by chemicals. Meanwhile, Amy receives a message from someone she thought she’d never hear from again… Let me be frank: I did not like this book. To be fair, … Continue reading
Katarina is the daughter of a master thief and has been pulling jobs since she was a kid, but that isn’t the life she wants. Unfortunately for Kat, getting out of the heist society isn’t easy, especially when your father … Continue reading
Fantastic Five Friday is a new weekly meme hosted by Anna at The Weekly Enthusiast. You can take part even if you don’t have your own blog: just comment on her FFF post of the week! Five Favourite Female Characters 5. … Continue reading
This is a twice a week feature (Wednesdays and Fridays) where Christa of Hooked on Books and myself will be watching and discussing all of the reboot of Doctor Who. Posts will contain spoilers for that episode and ones before it, so you may … Continue reading
When it comes to Pride and Prejudice, I will read or watch anything, but somehow I had managed to miss what is considered THE Pride and Prejudice miniseries, so thanks to my lovely library I remedied that. Sorry Keira Knightly, … Continue reading
Growing up Ismae was abused by her false father and then by the husband she was forced to marry, but no more. Isamae, daughter of Death, has escaped to the convent of St. Mortain where she is trained in her … Continue reading