House of Salt and Sorrows – review

Author: Erin A. Craig
Genre: YA Fantasy/Horror
Rating: 4/5 stars

Isn’t this cover beautiful and creepy??

A horror-infused twist on “The Twelve Dancing Princesses,” House of Salt and Sorrows by Erin A. Craig is a haunting and original debut novel.

I don’t like the blurb provided for this book. It gives too much away. Don’t read it; read mine instead:

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Warbreaker – review

Well, well, well, Brando Sando’s done it again. Brimming with life, color, politics, magic, and twists, Warbreaker is yet another testament to Sanderson’s mastery of the fantasy genre. I was hooked from the first line, and though it took a minute for the plot to really take off, once it did, the flight was epic.

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The Grammarians – ARC review

Author: Cathleen Schine
Publication date: September 3, 2019
Genre: literary fiction, contemporary fiction
My rating: 4/5 stars

The Grammarians is a tale of sisterhood and a love letter to the English language. Cute, quirky, and highly readable, this book was a good deal of fun, especially for someone as word-obsessed as I am.

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