I love Sherlock Holmes stories. I am a HUGE fan of the show and movies. Sherlock stories are just so innately smart and witty that I am not sure many--if any--books have ever been able to replicate at that level. This book nails it for me. Five Stars I adore Holmes and Watson retellings because … Continue reading My Sherlock-loving self is quaking
I read this book for a college class this semester which was exciting because YA books rarely are used in college classes since they're so often not considered "literature." BOO. So, I was SUPER excited to have a reason to read this book since I'd seen it mentioned the book world a few times. Four … Continue reading I Am Not Your Perfect Mexican Daughter
We're back, friends! I think what makes this book so enticing is the cast of characters we get to see. Of course, the plot is phenomenal, and the ending wrecked me really really bad, and I don't care to dwell on it much. Four Stars Since I loved getting to know the characters better, I … Continue reading TOG Marathon Day 5: Empire of Storms
Check out my reviews of the other books I've read by Levenseller: Daughter of the Pirate King Daughter of the Siren Queen This book was marketed as a Slytherin romance, and I don't think it could have been described any better. This book allows us to see the other side of classic stories. Usually, we'd … Continue reading It was a true Slytherin romance
If you don't already know, I am a HUGE fan of Rumplestiltskin retellings. I gushed over Wish Granter by C.J. Redwine a couple of years ago. I won't say more because I'll go on a rampage of compliments about it, so check out my previous blog post here! Spinning Silver was a phenomenal retelling of a story I … Continue reading Rumpelstiltskin Returns for Another Incredible Retelling
Friends, it has been a while since I actually started this marathon of blog posts, and let's all just acknowledge how inconsistent I've been. *Acknowledges how inconsistent Grace has been and forgives her because she's a mess and you're all very understanding and kind people.* Perfect thank you all. Now back to this marathon. Five … Continue reading TOG Marathon Day 4: Queen of Shadows
Friends. FRIENDS. This book was marvelous. I didn't have a lot of expectations going into it. The description really interested me and I read a review about how Asha was a little like Aelin form TOG, but still her own complete character. Let me just say, that if you like Aelin, then you're gonna like … Continue reading Strong Female Lead? Yes Please!