Kreya lost her husband 25 years ago. She said she'd destroy Eklor's book of forbidden knowledge, but she didn't. She has been using it to try and resurrect her husband. She is almost there and just needs human bones to complete the spell. Of course, she is not going to murder anyone to get the bones; that would be crossing a line. She knows where she can get human bones, the battlefield, but she can't do it alone. When she last saw her team, they were all grieving the lost of their dear friend, her husband. And she was supposed to destroy the book, not use it! She doesn't know if they will forgive her or help her after 25 years of being a recluse. has been keeping all these years. One that she's not sure the five of them can overcome. What can we learn from Sarah's story?
Fire and Heist Book Review
Sky Hawkins is a teenage girl whose mom has just disappeared, her long-time boyfriend just broke up with her in a very public manner, and her family has been disgraced.
Quill and Books Reading Challenge- September
It's September! Reading can help bring understanding. Many people don't understand what it is like to have a disability. Reading a non-fiction book about a disability can help you understand the facts of it. Reading a book written BY someone with a disability can help you see their world in a new light. I've read … Continue reading Quill and Books Reading Challenge- September
The Girl Who Drank the Moon- Book Review
Doesn't the title sound intriguing? That is initially what grabbed my attention. The cover is beautiful too. The story did not disappoint either. This was the 2017 Newbery Medal Winner, and it was well deserved! There is just something about the tone of this book that I adore. The Girl Who Drank the Moon by … Continue reading The Girl Who Drank the Moon- Book Review
Writers of the Future Volume 33
Now that my first novel manuscript rough draft is done, you might think I'd start on revisions. Not quite. Often writers need time and distance from a rough draft to do a good revision. I recently began grad school so I will likely set it aside for 2 years while I work on my MLIS. … Continue reading Writers of the Future Volume 33
Magnus Chase and the Gods of Asgard: The Sword of Summer
Years ago I read The Lightning Thief by Riordan along with the rest of the world. I enjoyed the book, not enough to go on and read the rest of the series though. It wasn’t bad. My kids loved it. It is a great way to introduce kids to the basics of Greek mythology and … Continue reading Magnus Chase and the Gods of Asgard: The Sword of Summer
The Emerald Atlas Book Review
The book begins with three young children, Kate, Michael, and Emma, who for unknown reasons are give up for adoption.
The Land of Stories Book Review
The Land of Stories The Wishing Spell is a fun romp through a fairy tale land.
Graceling Book Review
This book has been on my To-Read List for AGES! I'd heard it was good and they were right. I enjoyed it very much. I actually picked it up a year ago and read the first chapter. I realized if I continued to read it, I'd not be able to put it down. I had … Continue reading Graceling Book Review
Six of Crows Review
I saw this book all over Instagram and people kept raving about it, so I decided to try it. I am so glad I did! I love a good heist story and this is the best I've read. I read Shadow and Bone a number of years ago when it first came out. I thought … Continue reading Six of Crows Review
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