Ice Massacre is a Young Adult novel where a small island is at war with an army of mermaids. In an attempt to save their people, the inhabitants of Eriana Kwai send twenty of their strongest warriors to fight these creatures on the open seas each year, known to them as the Ice Massacre. They do… Continue reading Dinamite Reviews: Ice Massacre
where I just list my reading-centered goals for the new year.
At this moment, I am less than a hundred pages away from finishing this widely known book about a girl that gets addicted to drugs and how it turns her life into shit. So far, I have been absolutely annoyed with the narrative. The first few pages nearly turned me off with how flowery the… Continue reading Reading Thus Far: Go Ask Alice
The Antagonists is a self-published novel that I found out about through a text post on Tumblr, where someone had this idea of a paraplegic trying to prove their worth in front of superheroes. It was a great and even hilarious post (because of the ableist BS being overcome in a hilarious way) that seemed… Continue reading Dinamite Reviews: The Antagonists
I recently finished the oh so famous Pride and Prejudice. One of the most, if not the most recommended Jane Austen novel is now officially off of my to-be-read list. I don't know what it is about long car trips that make me want to read classics, because this is the second time this has… Continue reading My Issues with Classics
It's been a while since I've done a multi-reading post, but I blame work for being a murderer of free time and energy. Minimum wage jobs just kill the fun of enjoying life, but that's aside the real point. The real point is that I've been neglecting my ever increasing to-be-read pile. And the thing… Continue reading Multi-Reading Monday
Last week, I chose three books that I said I was going to read during the week, one of them being a book I borrowed from a friend. The books were The Lovely Bones, That Summer, and Shadowland. The book that was finished this week (last night really): Shadowland (Mediator #1) by Meg Cabot. The… Continue reading Multi-Reading Monday
Today I have learned that it is International Women's Day, a day that I had no idea existed until this morning (this is why the internet is good, it teaches people things). It is a day where we honor the women of the world for all they do, which in reality is quite a lot.… Continue reading Favorites: Female Authors