Review | Heartless by Marissa Meyer

Summary Cath may be the greatest baker in all of Hearts. All she wants to do is open a bakery with her best friend and maid, Mary Ann. But Cath is also the daughter of a Marquess, and daughters of Marquess' do not start businesses with their maids. Daughters of Marquess' marry their King, if he… Continue reading Review | Heartless by Marissa Meyer


Review | Hunger by Michael Grant

The children of the FAYZ are hungry...but am I hungry for more story? Summary It has been three months since the adults disappeared. Three months of kids being kids. Three months of the FAYZ. For Sam Temple, it has been three months of acting as father for the three hundred odd kids of Perdido Beach.… Continue reading Review | Hunger by Michael Grant

Review | Gone by Michael Grant

I'm very mixed about this book. But maybe it's just a FAYZ. Summary Things can be as normal as possible on Perdido Beach, aka Fallout Alley. That is until everyone 15 and older disappears. Gone. The children find themselves completely alone. With no one to tell them what to do, someone needs to step up,… Continue reading Review | Gone by Michael Grant

Review | A Curse As Dark As Gold by Elizabeth C. Bunce

I've always loved fairy tale retellings. Summary When their father dies, Charlotte and Rosie Miller are the only heirs to Stirwaters Mill. Their father was the last male in the line of Millers, one of many unfortunate happenings that seem to hang over the family and the run down mill house. Charlotte is determined to… Continue reading Review | A Curse As Dark As Gold by Elizabeth C. Bunce

Review | Dubliners by James Joyce (4/5)

It's too late to change things. Joyce is still bleak. Ah, almost there! These three stories---"Clay", "A Painful Case", and "Ivy Day in the Committee Room"---are about people who have missed their chance. Chance at what, you ask? Just read and see. Clay Maria is nice. Her life is nice. On All Hallows Eve, she… Continue reading Review | Dubliners by James Joyce (4/5)