Format Matters!

As I was settling in to work one morning this week I had a brilliant idea for a discussion or opinion type post. I didn’t write it down or jot some notes as I should have (it would be much better if I had done this) but I’m going to go for it anyway. In... Continue Reading →

Stacking the Shelves: 10/28/17

Stacking The Shelves is a weekly meme hosted by Tynga’s Reviews and it’s all about sharing the books you are adding to your shelves, may it be physical or virtual. You can include books you buy in physical store or online, books you borrow from friends or the library, review books, gifts and of course ebooks! Received... Continue Reading →

Dark Matter by Blake Crouch – Review

Published: July 26, 2016 Publisher: Crown Genre: Science Fiction Pages: 342 (Hardcover) My Rating: 5.0/5.0 Synopsis: “Are you happy with your life?” Those are the last words Jason Dessen hears before the masked abductor knocks him unconscious. Before he awakens to find himself strapped to a gurney, surrounded by strangers in hazmat suits. Before a... Continue Reading →

Currently Reading: 10/24/16

At the moment I'm still finishing up The Fell Sword by Miles Cameron, but will be starting a couple new books this week: Roses and Rot by Kat Howard I've been looking forward to reading this for a few months and now that I finally have time to enjoy it, I'm going to dig in. It's... Continue Reading →

The Trouble With Audiobooks

The title of this may mislead you to think that I do not like audiobooks, but that is not the case. Audiobooks are incredible, and can really bring a story that would otherwise be plain and forgettable into something that will stir your spirit. While they are a wonderful way to pass the time and... Continue Reading →

The Magician King by Lev Grossman – Review

Published: August 9, 2011 Publisher: Books on Tape Genre: Fantasy Length: 15 hours, 48 minutes Narrator: Mark Bramhall My Rating: 4.5/5.0   Synopsis: The Magicians was praised as a triumph by readers and critics of both mainstream and fantasy literature. Now Grossman takes us back to Fillory, where the Brakebills graduates have fled the sorrows... Continue Reading →

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