Simon, Baz, Penelope, Agatha and Shepard. Let’s see how this all ends.
This was a gift from my friend, Fee. She gave it to me two years ago? I think. I meant what is time anyways. So far it’s pretty good.
I’m pretty sure when I bought this book a couple years ago at a Con, I thought it was a Russian retelling of Snow White. This is not that. Instead it’s the story of real life British children’s Arthur Ransome and his time being a reporter in Russia during the Bolshevik revolution. Very interesting but lacking in dwarfs.
I do wish that Maureen would finish her Shades of London Series but it’s nice to revisit Stevie and the gang.
In 1890 Atlanta, Jo secretly writes an advice column that sets her on the path to find more about herself and others. I’m so digging this one.
I am so behind in posts. I’m almost done with this one. How could I not read it immediately after it came out?
The first new series by Victoria Aveyard after her successful Red Queen Series.
She wanted to live her own life and not belonging to anyone. She got her wish but the trade off is that no one remembers her. It’s like she never existed at all. Call me intrigued.
As I wait for for Shadow and Bone series to premiere on Netflix, I’m reading the latest book in the Grishaverse.
A murder mystery. Diverse narrator. Hot Hockey player. Sign me up. This book has been getting a lot of buzz so I’m excited to get into it.