Wonder Woman is one of those iconic characters, that, even if you haven’t read the comics/graphic novels, you know who she is. And then the recent movie pushed Wonder Woman even further into the pop-culture sphere. Leigh Bardugo’s Wonder Woman lives up to what’s come before and sets the bar for everything that comes after.
Category: Audio Review
I didn’t know much about Ivory and Bone going into it other than it had a hint of a Pride and Prejudice (P&P) and it was set in a prehistoric timeframe. So I was like okay, we’ll see how this goes, and I really enjoyed the story. It has the heart of P&P and the weight the time period deserves.
So why is My Lady Jane the best thing ever, well let me explain. The book is historical fiction fantasy, how awesome is that? The authors have taken the Catholic/Protestant division that existed in 1500s and replaced it with an E∂ian (Protestants)/Verities (Catholics) division.
The Season by Jonah Lisa Dyer, Stephen Dyer Published by Viking Children’s on July 12th 2016 Format: Audiobook Source: Publisher Provided Where to Buy: Barnes & Noble|Amazon Add to Goodreads […]
Salt to the Sea by Ruta Sepetys Published by Philomel Books on February 2nd 2016 Add to Goodreads Narrator: Cassandra Morris, Jorjeana Marie, Michael Crouch, Will Damron Winter, 1945. Four […]
The Darkest Corners by Kara Thomas Published by Delacorte Books for Young Readers on May 2016 Format: Audiobook Source: Publisher Provided Where to Buy: Amazon Add to Goodreads Narrator: Jorjeana […]
Hollywood Witch Hunter is one of those fun urban fantasy books that doesn’t take itself too seriously and just has fun with the genera. I don’t always like a lot of pop culture references or specific locations from where the book is set, but Tejeda does a great job of it. She makes it all part of the world that is Hollywood and the feel of the story reminds me of Veronica Mars or Buffy the Vampire Slayer, dark, but not too dark, funny, but not too funny… you get the idea, it’s that nice middle ground that’s so hard to find.