A little while back Alise and I were tagged for the Sisters of the World Blogging Award thing by Setierah @ Slayer of YA Fiction. This post has been sitting in drafts for a while and finally I have time to do it. Also we’re running out of posts so why not fill spaces with tags yay! Read more »
First, I have to make a confession: I didn’t get this story at first. I was looking too hard at it; I wanted explanations and answers and a logical conclusion but THE OCEAN AT THE END OF THE LANE gives you none of those things and that is the beauty of it. Read more »
Most people are desperate to get their hands on one little snippet of their favourite characters, a hint of what’s going on, to tide them over until an eagerly awaited novel is released. Such teasing tidbits are great marketing ploys by publishers Read more »
If I were being generous, I would probably give this book 1.5 stars on its own. It’s that ending that made me bump it up a star. WE WERE LIARS is a story about…summer? Youth? Lies? Guilt? I’m honestly still… Read more »
I was tagged by Aimee at Deadly Darlings as “Whoever else wants to do the tag!” so I felt personally obligated to do so and obviously couldn’t say no. And it’s not at all because we are running out of… Read more »
Every now and then I don’t feel like writing a normal review. I want to express my thoughts in a light and fun way with plenty of gifs. Lo and behold the ransom review was born. These were originally for my pirate themed review blog but came over with me when I joined Readers in Wonderland. They now pop up every now and then when I’m bored/too lazy to write my usual reviews. Read more »
Oh, look, another book I’m just now reading – it only took me nine years this time! So how does one review a book they loved and hated at the same time? Not easily. Read more »
There are two ways to read a book.
1. You sit down, open to the first page, and don’t stop reading until you close the cover.
2. You read it in pieces, slowly digesting it over a series of days or weeks or months. Read more »