Catwoman: Soulstealer by Sarah J. Maas

Selina Kyle is Catwoman. And when the Bat’s away, the Cat will play. Time to see how many lives this cat really has. Publication: August 7th 2018 Synopsis: Selina Kyle is a thief. Two years after escaping Gotham City’s slums, Selina Kylereturns as the mysterious and wealthy Holly Vanderhees. She quickly discovers that with the Batman away on a vital mission, Gotham City looks ripe for the taking. Luke Fox is a hero. Luke wants to prove that as Batwing he has what it take to protect the people. He targets a new thief on the prowl who has teamed up with Poison Ivy … Continue reading Catwoman: Soulstealer by Sarah J. Maas

Bodyguard Ambush & Survival by Chris Bradford

Because I currently own the US edition, I’ll review both books 5 & 6 at once. If you’re wondering why or you aren’t familiar with the series here’s why; long story made short these two, US edition books is equivalent to book 3 in the UK edition. For this entire series each UK edition book has been split into 2 US edition books. (So, Ambush and Survival, books 5&6 in the US is really book 3 in the UK edition titled Ambush.) Publication: October 24th 2017 Synopsis: Connor’s mission: to protect a foreign ambassador’s family on safari in Africa. Considered … Continue reading Bodyguard Ambush & Survival by Chris Bradford

Straight on Till Morning by Liz Braswell

And we’re off to Neverland, to read this twisted Peter Pan retelling.Publication: February 4th 2020 Synopsis: What if Wendy first traveled to Neverland… with Captain Hook?Sixteen-year-old Wendy Darling’s life is not what she imagined it would be. The doldrums of an empty house after her brothers have gone to school, the dull parties where everyone thinks she talks too much, and the fact that her parents have decided to send her away to Ireland as a governess-it all makes her wish things could be different.Wendy’s only real escape is in writing down tales of Never Land. After nearly meeting her … Continue reading Straight on Till Morning by Liz Braswell

League of Archers: The Stolen Crown

“We’ve stolen from the rich to give to the poor.” “Like Robin Hood.” -Ellie & Ralf, page 297 Publication: December 5th 2017 Synopsis: “We’re the League of Archers! You know the Merry Men? We’re like them.” Ever since Ellie and her friends saved Maid Marian from execution, the Lord de Lays has been taking his anger out on the villagers, raising taxes and imprisoning those who can’t pay. But the League of Archers has an idea, and if it works, it will bring freedom to the poor. Everything goes according to plan…until King John is murdered before Ellie’s eyes. As … Continue reading League of Archers: The Stolen Crown

Here’s to 2020

First off I’d like to give a huge shout out to the people of 2019! Thank you so much for following me, liking, or commenting on my posts from last year, it truly means a lot to see you interact with my posts. I think we can officially say I’ve accomplished last year’s goals, though sometimes they were a bit challenging for some months. Let’s talk 2020 You all might be curious what I’ve got in store for this year. Well, let’s talk about that. Last year I had all these goals I wanted to meet by years end and … Continue reading Here’s to 2020

The Lost Frost Girl by Amy Wilson

A book about the daughter of Jack Frost. Sign me up! Publication: January 26th 2017 Synopsis: Owl has the kind of mom who would name her Owl, a dad she has never met, and a boy who gives her weird looks at school–but Owl has come to accept that this is as normal as life is going to get. Until Owl finds out she is Jack Frost’s daughter. Determined to meet him, Owl delves into Jack’s world of Winter and magic–the kind of place she thought only existed in fairy tales. And as she begins to notice frost patterns on … Continue reading The Lost Frost Girl by Amy Wilson

The Green Ember by S.D. Smith

This is a great story surrounding betrayal, tension, friendship, marred names and even redemption…not to mention swords and all that good stuff. Publication: December 12th 2014 Synopsis: Heather and Picket are extraordinary rabbits with ordinary lives until calamitous events overtake them, spilling them into a cauldron of misadventures. They discover that their own story is bound up in the tumult threatening to overwhelm the wider world. Kings fall and kingdoms totter. Tyrants ascend and terrors threaten. Betrayal beckons, and loyalty is a broken road with peril around every bend. Where will Heather and Picket land? How will they make their … Continue reading The Green Ember by S.D. Smith

Transformers: Exodus by Alexander C. Irvine

I love Transformers, however, I don’t know everything there is to know about, and I haven’t seen every movie or every single series out there…yet. One thing I’ve, personally, never really known about is the great war for Cybertron. It’s mentioned plenty of times, but I’ve never gotten around to really looking into. So when I found this book I figured, why not? Publication: June 22nd 2010 Synopsis: For twenty-five years the colossal battle between Megatron and Optimus Prime has captivated Transformers fans around the world. Yet the full story of the conflict between the two most famous Transformers—everything that … Continue reading Transformers: Exodus by Alexander C. Irvine

Escape from the Isle of the Lost by Melissa De La Cruz

This was on my TBR ever since it came out in June. Because of Cameron’s death I feel like I should have read this sooner than what I did. Publication: June 4th 2019 Synopsis: Mal, Evie, Jay, and Carlos may have once been the baddest of the bad, but their wicked ways are (mostly) behind them-and now graduation is almost here! But before the seniors can don their custom-designed caps and gowns, courtesy of Evie, they’ve got an epic plan to put into action. There are tons of villain kids on the Isle of the Lost who are eager for their chance … Continue reading Escape from the Isle of the Lost by Melissa De La Cruz

There’s a Wolf in My Pudding by David Henry Wilson

My friends found out I love fairytales and I love retellings. The almost instantly recommended this book to me late this summer, and then they lent me their copy. I figured, why not give it a try? Publication: August 1st 1986 Synopsis: Popular fairytales are given a sly twist in these humorous stories which are new variations of twelve traditional classics. Learn why Little Red Riding Hood and her Granny told lies, how Jack the Giant-Killer flopped on his comeback, and how the Big Bad Wolf eventually caught the Three Little Pigs. Review/Thoughts: This book is by no means exciting, … Continue reading There’s a Wolf in My Pudding by David Henry Wilson