I’m always on the hunt for some good historical fiction, and An Assassin’s Guide to Love and Treason caught my eye for a few reasons. First of all, I don’t think we see enough YA historical fiction so it always catches my eye. I love the book's Elizabethan setting, but I was totally blown away by the plot. I was incredibly exciting to read this, but I think it was a great idea in theory and less so in execution. This review may sound a little harsh despite the three stars I gave the book, and that’s because I’m so sad about its wasted potential.
I'm so pleased to participate in the blog tour for the new book Juliet and Romeo by David Hewson. Today, I'll be posting a fascinating piece from the author himself. Learn a little more about the real life influences behind the writing of this book and the world-famous play it is adapted from.
I'm a little bit late with my post today, I'm so sorry! I was actually in Stratford-Upon-Avon all day with Scottish Fiance and friends --we had such an amazing time! If you don't know, Stratford is Shakespeare's birthplace, and where we was buried when he died. We're fully Shakespeare'd up, so without further ado here is Instagram Sunday!
This week has flown by, possibly because we had Monday off. Here’s a breakdown of my week in books! Books Books I read A Darker Shade of Magic by V. E. Schwab The Wrath and the Dawn by Renée Ahdieh A Darker Shade of Magic was the innagural choice for the new book club I’m … Continue reading Weekly Wrap-Up #6