Review: Turtles All the Way Down

had read two of John Green’s book before picking up this one and I have to say that I have a bit of a love-hate relationship with him.  As in, I loved The Fault in Our Stars and hated (passionately) Looking for Alaska.  Knowing this, I approached his latest novel, Turtles All the Way Down, with caution.

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Review: An Enchantment of Ravens by Margaret Rogerson

I’ll be the first to admit it: I bought An Enchantment of Ravens because of its beautiful cover.  I don’t think I’m the only one either -- I kept seeing people raving about the book’s cover rather than the story inside.  This ended up being a strange one for me -- I initially really struggled to decide if I liked it or not.

ARC Review: Batman: Nightwalker by Marie Lu

I have been a life-long Batman fan.  Ever since the days of the animated series, I've loved watching the World's Greatest Detective solve crimes, kick butt, and hang out with Catwoman.  I've read a few of the Batman graphic novels, however it's just a format that I don't particularly enjoy.  So when it was announced that Marie Lu would be writing a YA Batman novel for the DC Icons series, I was all on board.  I read Warcross earlier this year and absolutely loved it, so I was thrilled to dive into Lu's Gotham.

Book Review: Night of Cake and Puppets

I read Daughter of Smoke and Bone earlier this year and wasn’t really impressed by it.  I had major issues with the main character Karou going from kickass lady to puddle of tepid water as soon as the romance was introduced.  While I loved Taylor’s gorgeous writing, I really struggled with the romantic aspects of the book.  However, I absolutely loved the friendship between Karou and Zuzana.  So when I heard about Night of Cake and Puppets, a companion novella previously published in a digital format, I was intrigued.