Erin Morgenstern · Stand Alone · Young Adult

DNF Review: Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern

~Review~ I believe I have an unpopular opinion of this book but I hope no one hates me because of it. In all fairness, I did give this book a REALLY good try. I was only a hundred pages away from the end and I just decided it wasn’t worth my time anymore. There were… Continue reading DNF Review: Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern

Children · George Selden · Stand Alone

Mini Review: The Cricket in Times Square by George Selden

~Review~ Chester is a Cricket from Connecticut who, after jumping into a picnic basket, is transported all the way to Times Squares, where is he found in a pile of dirt by Mario, a young boy whose parent’s run a newsstand. After a time Chester meets Harry Cat and Tucker Mouse who concoct a plan… Continue reading Mini Review: The Cricket in Times Square by George Selden

David Walton · Stand Alone · Young Adult

Quintessence by David Walton

~Review~¬† Quintessence is a fast-paced, engaging, historical fantasy adventure that had me captivated from the very first page. The plot is unique and entertaining and includes some astounding world-building. The protagonists are interesting, multi-dimensional and well-developed but the secondary characters were a bit lackluster. I even enjoyed the writing. Plot¬† Quintessence takes place in Mid-16th… Continue reading Quintessence by David Walton