Revenge is often never as fulfilling as we think it will be, because the harm that’s been done isn’t fixed by that revenge. As a reader, you’re fixated on the supposed satisfaction of witnessing slavers gain their comeuppance, while also having to experience through Sully the visceral reality that healing is never truly so straight forward.
A good series is the fine wine of the book world. With each new entry, it ages boldly, elates the spirit, makes you crave more and more until you’re drunk on the quality of what you’ve read.
This is the way the world ends. Again. Three terrible things happen in a single day. Essun, a woman living an ordinary life in a
In my quest to read more graphic novels, I was really excited to get my hands on Her Infernal Descent, a modernized retelling of the
I don’t know why it’s taken me this long to review what’s easily been one of my favorite science fiction novels, but I never claimed
There’s something to say about a piece of literature that pulls every emotion out of you over the course of reading. I’ve only read a
Ever picked up a graphic novel that was as intriguing as it was confusing and left you sitting there like wtf? Let’s talk about A
When I picked up Sparks of Phoenix it was in an exercise to see if I could break the preconception that required reading had instilled in me about poetry… I was not disappointed.
Spanning the years 1930–2014, Drops of Cerulean chronicles the lives of Ilona, the daughter of a Greek restaurateur, who marries into a prominent Houston family; her son,
Ryan can’t seem to get her memories in order. When she breaks it off with her long-term boyfriend, Corey, she can’t help but feel free.