Publisher: Dial Books

Book Review: Sapphique

Book Review: Sapphique

I think this is truly a unique sequel because it spends it's focus equally on the main characters from the last book and then the supporting characters as well. This book is a little more epic than the first. It's about searching for a legend, it's about the journey and the hardships along the way. The first book was about Escape but this book is more about a Search. On the other side, the focus on our two main characters is all about finding oneself. There's deception and plots that will really pull you in. And definitely doubt is settled […]

Posted February 23, 2011
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Book Review: Incarceron

Book Review: Incarceron

Following two different characters, this book alternates point of views between the stunning and cunning Claudia and the ever deceptive Finn. I loved diving into the world that Fisher created – one set in the past of their own doing and involving technology I cannot ever believe could exist. With a mix of horror and fantasy elements, a dark world lies to be discovered and I read wide-eyed as we discover both the world of Incarceron and the world around it. Definitely a dark tale, and one that ends with a sliver of hopefulness on what will happen next. I […]

Posted February 22, 2011
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Book View: Fire

Book View: Fire

Short & Sweet: Fire, the prequel to Graceling, is like night to Graceling's day. The beautiful world that Ms. Cashore created in Graceling is still there, but in a different capacity. Instead of Gracelings, the reader is introduced to monsters. And compared to the easy of understanding the Graceling concept, for some reason, the monsters just confused me. Despite this issue, I must admit that the story and characters more than made up for any missteps. Final Verdict: Fire, like its predecessor, is a beautiful novel. And although I did not feel the overall same connection with Fire as I […]

Posted September 14, 2010
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