A collection of 5 posts
Danielle on Five Books You Can Read on a Rainy Fall Day
Rainy days -- especially rainy days in the fall -- seem to demand a warm beverage, a cozy blanket, and a good book. But not just ANY book. Just like there are books that are better read at the beach, there are books that are particularly suited for rainy fall
Dan on Vampire Academy by Richelle Mead
Trigger warning: cutting. Picture if you will: I'm reading along, enjoying myself immensely when I have a realization. An upsetting realization. This book was not written for me. I'm a good thirty years older than the target age demographic and probably the wrong gender to boot. A sense of being
Dan on Ninth City Burning by J. Patrick Black
There's no sense in stalling or mincing words about this book... I. LOVED. IT. It's a 5-out-of-5, highly superlative-including joy to read! The combination of the cover (the orangey-red just screams "pick me up") and the blurb (reveals just enough to be tantalizing) had me hooked before I even started.