01/21/17 Women’s March: Book Rec’s to Continue the Conversation

Hello, fellow humans! So I don’t know about you, but I was so inspired by the Women’s Marches that took place across the world yesterday. So much so that I feel like today would be a great time to talk about feminism!

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Review: Us Conductors, by Sean Michaels

A little less than a year ago, I went to a reading for an author I’d never heard of before. After about an hour and a half, I left feeling quite enchanted, with a signed book in tow.

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Review: The Chronicles of Dan Lee O’Brien, by David Jordan

Book: The Chronicles of Dan Lee O’Brien Author: David Jordan Pages: 252 Genre: Fantasy, Mythology, Fiction Published:  2016, Paragon Publishing Rating: ★★★1/2 These stories put Irish mythology into a modern context by following the adventures of anti-hero, Dan Lee O’Brien, a pipe smoking, trench coat wearing, bike riding magician and investigator of the supernatural. An older, more laid […]

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Review: The Young Elites, by Marie Lu

I went into this book with little to no expectations; I’d seen a flux of artsy photos of its cover (probably in anticipation of the third book in the series being released in October) as well as some pretty jaw-dropping fan art, and I read some reviews, which were mostly mixed between love and hate for the series. After reading it, I found myself, unfortunately, on the disappointed side of things.

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Review: A Gathering of Magic, by V.E. Schwab

You know how everyone says that the sequel is always worse than the original? Yeah. Those people haven’t met Victoria Schwab, and they most certainly haven’t read A Gathering of Shadows.

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Review: The Wolf Wilder, by Katherine Rundell

Let me start this review off by saying that I realize I’m not the target audience for this book – trust me, I know; I borrowed it from my library and had to venture into the junior section (semi-self-consciously) to pluck it off the shelf…

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Review: Lady Midnight, by Cassandra Clare

I have a very vivid memory, from years ago, when I made my parents drive me to the bookstore the day City of Glass came out. As I walked out of the store, two girls a few years older than me sat at a small table eating cinnabons (the cinnabon store was appropriately placed next to the bookstore), and they spotted me holding the book fast against my chest, and then they smiled, as one said “she’s here for the same reason we are”

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