Reading about rape is a hard thing, but sometimes so necessary to remind myself of the battle I've won. Speak is another one of those books that won over a special place in my heart.
After reading the Paranormalcy-trilogy by Kiersten White, I wondered whether her newer work would be more up my alley so.. I dove into some horror!
I rarely share reviews on Kindle freebies, but this time is different because I simply NEEDED to share! Read my review to find out why!
April has started, so it's time to see how much / what I read during March and.. more importantly.. whether or not I succeeded at not buying as many books as I used to - yikes!
After having read Kate Watson's somewhat retellings of Mansfield Park and Great Expectations, I was curious to see what she'd do with mythology. Let's see how it went!
April is the month of FUN AND FUN AND FUN - especially when it comes to readathons, it seems. I'm combining my own contemporary challenge with the Magical Readathon to get my OWL's - so let's see what I'll be trying to read!
Two queer authors got together and decided to write a queer retelling of King Arthur - science fiction-style! Is it worth it? YES, YES AND YES.