Hello!! I’ve got another book review for you, courtesy of Blogging for Books! (I pick a book to review, they send it to me for free, I read and post review, then get another book! Book bloggers, check them out!) Sarah McCoy‘s The Mapmaker’s Children was and enthralling book. I couldn’t put it down. When Sarah… Continue reading Strong Female Characters Book Review: The Mapmaker’s Children by Sarah McCoy
Back again for another strong female character spotlight! Goodness, I love books. A Great and Terrible Beauty by Libba Bray is one of the best books I have ever read. Before I read The Hunger Games, Graceling, and The Queen of the Tearling, this book was my absolute favorite. Now it’s one of my favorites becasue I can’t pick.… Continue reading Strong Female Characters Book: A Great and Terrible Beauty by Libba Bray
Ok ok I know I know… everybody knows about The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins. It’s a super popular movie franchise and series. But… have all you fans read the books? Or maybe there are some of you out there that are turning your nose up at it because you didn’t like the movies, or… Continue reading Strong Female Characters Book: The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins
Another book review! Wooooo! This book may sound a bit similar to one I’ve done before… That’s because this book is a sequel! This posts book is The Secrets of Blood and Bone by Rebecca Alexander. I haven’t done a book review on a sequel before… mostly because if the first on is good, the next… Continue reading Strong Female Characters Book Review: The Secrets of Blood and Bone by Rebecca Alexander
“A gripping fantasy debut that blends murder, magic, and a mystery centuries in the making…” I love reading… And I’ve been on a crazy reading binge lately. Hence all of the book reviews. I love how I call them reviews because I never actually say anything bad about the books… I never really critique. Maybe… Continue reading Strong Female Characters Book Review: The Secrets of Life and Death by Rebecca Alexander
Power is a dangerous game.
Couldn’t be more true.
This weeks Strong Female Characters Book Review is on Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard.
This book follows 17 year old Mare as she finds herself, a poor Red, suddenly thrust into the world of the powerful, rich, and hated Silvers. This is what the book has to say…
My last book review was on The Queen of the Tearling by Erika Johansen, and since writing that review, I’ve read the book again, read the second book (it was amazing!), and gotten my boyfriend just as addicted to the trilogy as I am (hehe).
Needless to say, it’s my favorite book.
But before The Queen of the Tearling came out (in 2014 I believe…) what was my favorite book?
Well, my friends, that’s an easy answer.
Graceling by Kristin Cashore