Book Review: Words of Radiance by Brandon Sanderson

What this book is about:  Book 2 of the Stormlight Archive! We meet back up with all our (still alive) friends from book 1 to continue the Saga of moving the world from its broken state to what it could be when the Radiants return! What I liked:  Consistency. If Sanderson is nothing else, he … Continue reading Book Review: Words of Radiance by Brandon Sanderson

Book Review: Kings of the Wyld by Nicholas Eames

What This Book Is About:  Kings of the Wyld follows a group of now old men, the once-renowned band Saga, as they travel across the whole world (it seems) to rescue the daughter of one of the band members. What I liked about it:  This book is so wonderful - I liked the characters, I … Continue reading Book Review: Kings of the Wyld by Nicholas Eames

Book Review: The Way of Kings by Brandon Sanderson

What this book is about:  The Way of Kings is book 1 of The Stormlight Archives. It's a struggle to describe because the book is massive and covers a huge scope, but to take from Brandon's own website, it's a book of characters and how the changing world forces them to act in either good … Continue reading Book Review: The Way of Kings by Brandon Sanderson

Book Review: Steelheart by Brandon Sanderson

What this book is about: When Epics start showing up, ordinary people have no chance. David has spent half his life, all the time since Calamity, plotting how to kill Steelheart, the Epic who murdered his father. The problem is that no one knows Steelheart's weakness, not even the Reckoners, the underground group responsible for … Continue reading Book Review: Steelheart by Brandon Sanderson

Book Review: The Realms of the Gods by Tamora Pierce (Book 4 of The Immortals)

What this book is about:  Daine and Numair are closing in on the final chapter of quest to save Tortall from the hands of the Carthaki empire. The immortals are bigger, badder, and in more places than ever before. What I liked:  A beautiful little surprise tucked away at the end that had me cheering, … Continue reading Book Review: The Realms of the Gods by Tamora Pierce (Book 4 of The Immortals)

Book Review: The Blue Girl by Charles de Lint

What this book is about:  Imogene moves to a new school, where she immediately befriends Maxine, and then meets the ghost of a boy who died on the school grounds and haunts the school. Imogene then finds herself in the middle of all kinds of fairy weirdness and for the first time in her life … Continue reading Book Review: The Blue Girl by Charles de Lint

Book Review: Emperor Mage by Tamora Pierce

What this book is about:  This fantasy novel, book 3 of the Immortals Series, follows Daine and Numair (Arram Draper) through their voyage to the Carthaki capital to secure negotiations between Carthak and Tortall and avoid war. What I liked:  It's a Tamora Pierce novel. I loved it all. Seriously. Daine, of course, gets herself … Continue reading Book Review: Emperor Mage by Tamora Pierce

Book Review: Dealing with Dragons by Patricia C. Wrede

What this book is about:  Cimorene is a princess bored with the princess life. As the youngest daughter, she has little patience for embroidery and other princess lessons. When she is informed that she must marry a boring prince, she instead runs away and becomes the princess of a dragon. As princes come to rescue … Continue reading Book Review: Dealing with Dragons by Patricia C. Wrede

What I’m Reading: Wildwood by Colin Meloy

What this book is about:  Prue, 12, lives with her family in Portland near the Impassable Wilderness, a woody area of mystery that no one seems to be able enter. But, when Prue is out with 1 year old brother, Mac, he's snatched up by a flock of crows in taken into the Impassable Wilderness. … Continue reading What I’m Reading: Wildwood by Colin Meloy

Book Review: Tempests and Slaughter by Tamora Pierce

What the book is about:  T&S follows Arram, Varice, and Ozorne, all student mages, through their studies, forging a nearly unbreakable friendship as they deal with forces outside the school in forms of plagues, politics, and run-ins with various animal gods. What I liked:  I'm a huge fan of Tamora Pierce and this thick book … Continue reading Book Review: Tempests and Slaughter by Tamora Pierce