The Great Hunt by Robert Jordan My rating: 5 of 5 stars This was so much better than the first one! Without spoilers (since this is the second book in The Wheel of Time), everything in this book was better. The characters were more interesting, the plot stronger, the world more layered. So if you are as me and didn’t feel it after the first … Continue reading The Great Hunt
The review of this episode was first posted on Ampersand Princess’ blog, which does not exist anymore. However, here is my part of the review:
I love the first episode! It is so innocent and the humour exactly what I want it to be. I remember when I saw it for the first time, I didn’t know anything about the Arthurian Legends but I fell, head over heals, for the characters and the humour.
This little test was created by Eve Messenger’s Otherwordly Endeavors but I found it on Drink Coffee and Read Books blog and thought it looked like fun. So I decided to do it! How it works: Mark an ‘x’ for each statement that applies to you. [ ] 1. In lines or at doctor’s offices, when everyone else around me is tapping out messages on their cell phones, my face … Continue reading How to tell if you are a Book Junkie
Doctor Who: The American Adventures by Justin Richards My rating: 2 of 5 stars Release date: October 25 2016 I received this as an ARC through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. All that Glitters – California 1849 The first story in this little collection. I won’t write a longer synopsis since the story only was about 30 pages long (It would be impossible to avoid … Continue reading Doctor Who: The American Adventures
Four groups. Three books per group. One will be Reread. One will be Rewritten. One will Burn…
(I had the epic action movie trailer voice in my head while writing that.) So, I have not been tagged to do this but hey, it sounds like a fun one so I’ll just go for it! What I did to chose books were that I put my Goodreads Read shelf on random and took the books from the beginning, three at a time.
Burn: City of Bones
Rewrite: Prince Caspian
Reread: The Book of Speculation
This was an easy start. I wasn’t a fan of City of Bones, Prince Caspian wasn’t as good as The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe and The Book of Speculation is one of the best books I’ve read this year. Yes, you should read it. And if you don’t have the time, listen to it, the audiobook is so good.