Anyone who knows me knows that I've been obsessed with A.G. Howard's books since I first picked up Splintered years ago. So when she announced the title of her book coming out in 2019, I waited. And waited. And it felt like I was waiting for centuries until I assumed the worst and that I'd … Continue reading Kingdom of Night, Kingdom of Day
Your energy, dark tendrils made of everything terrible, caresses his hazy shades of nightmares. How revolting it is to see you two pretend that you’re compatible. As if you two jive on a mystical level. Just because your magic matches doesn’t mean that you two do. Monsters. Copyright © 2018 by Nita Pan All rights … Continue reading Hazy Shades of Nightmares
Dreadful little girl. Disgusting witch. Unfeeling bitch. You’re the cause for all of my misery, and I’ll make you regret that you ever bothered with me. Copyright © 2018 by Nita Pan All rights reserved. This post or any portion thereof may not be reproduced or used in any manner whatsoever without the express written … Continue reading Dreadful Little Girl
I called myself weak for wanting to hold you. Just hold you. To cradle your body in my arms and for you to know that you were safe with me as the storm raged around us. But you weren’t there. The storm never came because you weren’t there to summon it. Copyright © 2018 … Continue reading Just Hold You
The Dreadful Tale of Prosper Redding by Alexandra Bracken has one of those covers that makes me want to gobble it up. The dark grays and blues and that eerie candle in the background grabbed my attention. I felt like curling up on the floor next to my dog with a fuzzy blanket and … Continue reading Is it a Kitsune?
Midnight tales and dangerous magic. The very minute I saw the cover and read the inside flap, I knew it was love. I've been wanting to read a Leigh Bardugo book. Heck, I've owned Shadow and Bone for years but I have yet to break the binding. Figuring that this would be a good way … Continue reading Truth Requires Thorns
Following my discovery of Young Adult novels back in 2010, I spent the next couple of years reading and rereading Diane Duane's Young Wizards series and whatever Holly Black and Rachel Caine book I could get my hands on. I recall having just finished a book about a fae disguised as a human when the spine … Continue reading Boy Meets Girl, Girl Murders People