Necromancers! Space! Subterfuge! Skeletons! Necromancer Divine, King of the Nine Renewals, our Resurrector, the Necrolord Prime—!
Aaaand she’s back! Having taken some time off to settle in, I’m ready to get back into the groove! Don’t doubt that I’ve been reading in the meantime, and I’ve definitely picked up a few books to add to my reading list…
From September through to November, here are all of the books that I read (and some that I shelved) during my fall reading season!
Having just finished Bernadine Evaristo’s Award-Winning Novel “Girl, Woman, Other” I’m taking a look at the books that I have left on my to-read pile, and the books that I’ve finished thus far.
Winner of the Man Booker Prize 2019, Bernadine Evaristo weaves the lives of women and girls together in her stunning new novel. Written in a dramatic “as-is” style, Evaristo beautifully tells the stories of 12 women, girls, and others.
While I thoroughly enjoyed reading Stevens’s debut novel, the more I thought about it, the less I realized actually happened. This is the first time I’ve ever edited a review of a book, but I’m sure it won’t be the last…(minor spoilers; content warning)
The lives of two young women become intrinsically intertwined when Ella, young and desperate for work, accepts a nanny position for Lonnie, rich and effortlessly beautiful, looking after her son William. But Lonnie’s life isn’t what it seems—nor is Ella’s.
In December of 2018, I decided to participate in the “Reading Challenge” that Goodreads hosts every year. I imagined myself being ambitious when I set my challenge at a measly 15 books. I don’t have to tell you that this goal was easily accomplished—and then some.
Australian author Jennifer Mills crafts a new kind of apocalyptic story, one without mutual destruction, nuclear winter, and the end of humanity as we know it. Using the strange and unexpected, Mills pulls the reader back and forth from present to past to create her novel.
The next installation in examining popular trends in book cover design! It’s all about flower power—floral motifs, elegant greenery, and bright flowers.