contemporary, review

On The Other Side – Carrie Hope Fletcher

“Your soul is too heavy to pass through the door, leave the weight of the world in the world from before. Once it is lighter your key shall then turn, and you will be able to have what you yearn.” Blurb: “Evie Snow is eighty-two when she quietly passes away in her sleep, surrounded by… Continue reading On The Other Side – Carrie Hope Fletcher

fantasy, review, young adult

This Savage Song- V.E.Schwab

“It wasn’t the act of killing that bothered her – monsters and men both did that – and it wasn’t even the chilling serenity on the Sunai’s face. It was the fact that he killed them with a sound. Those men were dead the minute he started playing.”   Blurb: “Kate Harker and August Flynn… Continue reading This Savage Song- V.E.Schwab

fantasy, review

Oak And Mistletoe -J.Z.N McCauley

“I think you’re a special girl, of course, but I think you have that tinge of magic some seek. Aligned in your stars.”   Blurb: “Catherine Green, along with her twin sister and older brother, travel to Ireland on a college graduate trip. Her vacation takes a permanent turn when she lands her dream job… Continue reading Oak And Mistletoe -J.Z.N McCauley

children's fiction, fantasy, review

Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone (Illustrated) – J.k.Rowling & Jim Kay

“There will be books written about Harry – every child in our world will know his name.”   Blurb: “Harry Potter’s life changes forever on his eleventh birthday, when beetle-eyed giant Rubeus Hagrid delivers a letter and some astonishing news. Harry Potter is no ordinary boy: he’s a wizard. And an extraordinary adventure is about… Continue reading Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone (Illustrated) – J.k.Rowling & Jim Kay