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Review: Queen of Shadows | Only Justice Remains

Review: Queen of Shadows | Only Justice Remains

  Peel Your Eyelids Open There aren’t many novels that have me up late at night, sacrificing precious hours of sleep in order to see what happens next. In fact, I could probably pinpoint the exact series that have made me do this. Without fail, the latest installment in the Throne of Glass series (true […]

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History: The Death of Caesar

History: The Death of Caesar

Ancient Rome has always fascinated me. March 15th is known as the Ides of March, the day Caesar was assassinated. Stabbed to death – that’s a rough way to go. Those three words, Ides of March, struck a creative chord in me and I immediately knew I needed to reread Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar and pick […]

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Review: Snow Like Ashes | The Seasons Live

Review: Snow Like Ashes | The Seasons Live

You voted, I listened. Last month y’all chose Snow Like Ashes from my 2015 Musts list for March’s Chasm’s Depths. I’ve been wanting to read this book for quite some time and am glad I didn’t put it off any longer. Sarah Raasch completely enveloped me in the world of Snow Like Ashes and held me […]

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Review: Fairest | Deliciously Villainous

Review: Fairest | Deliciously Villainous

Fairest is a deliciously villainous tale perfectly explaining how Queen Levana became so terrible. Miss Meyer did a fantastic job fluctuating between making the reader pity Levana while never justifying her actions. I shook my head more than once, wishing Levana would just stop. However, she had the unfortunate privilege of growing up in a […]

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Review: Stray | Straight and Narrow is the Way

Review: Stray | Straight and Narrow is the Way

I never knew what to expect from Stray. I was gripped by the horns from the very first sentence and relentlessly towed along. No, this isn’t a fast paced novel, but neither would I say it’s slow. It moves along at an even rate and doesn’t give anything away. There was really no indication as to how […]

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