Book Review: The Dragon Squisher (Nigel Chronicles Book 1) by Scott McCormick [Audiobook]

Book Review: The Dragon Squisher (Nigel Chronicles Book 1) by Scott McCormick [Audiobook]

Nigel, a trouble-making 14-year-old, gets sent off to military school, along with his kinda rival Lance, and ultimately sent on a quest to retrieve a magical relic. Along the way, they cement their friendship, befriend a supposed enemy gork, learn some hard realities about their side of the war, adopt a useless messenger bird, and try to save the...
 
Bookish Musings: 3 Book & Song Match-Ups (5)

Bookish Musings: 3 Book & Song Match-Ups (5)

I really meant to do some actual, thinky discussions this year, but I've been exhausted lately, and those kinds of discussions take a lot of energy. So you're getting more music match-ups! It's getting harder and harder to think of intros for these posts. How many times can I talk about how well books and songs go together?? I feel like I might've already reached that limit. So here, just have...
 
Book Review: Catch and Release by Isabel Murray

Book Review: Catch and Release by Isabel Murray

Joe and his friend Jerry find a merman washed up on the beach, but he turns out to be very much alive and interested in Joe, though not so fond of Jerry, judging from the way he tries to kill him. After a seduction involving lots of frustration and dead sea creatures, Joe finds himself falling for the man, but their communication barrier and differing survival needs complicate...
 
Bookish Musings: 5 Adorable Quotes from Adorable Book Couples

Bookish Musings: 5 Adorable Quotes from Adorable Book Couples

I needed a blog post, and Valentine’s Day is right around the corner, so I took inspiration from that. And I just love characters and relationships and quotes and wanted the excuse to talk about them! I didn't want to overwhelm everyone with too long of a blog post though. So here are five quotes from five (but definitely not all) of my favorite book couples being silly or swoony or ridiculous...
 
Book Review: Harrow the Ninth (The Locked Tomb Book 2) by Tamsyn Muir [Audiobook]

Book Review: Harrow the Ninth (The Locked Tomb Book 2) by Tamsyn Muir [Audiobook]

Harrow, brilliant necromancer and bone mage, has agreed to help the Emperor and is now living on his space station along with him and four others. But something has gone wrong, she's being guided by letters she wrote to herself but doesn't remember writing, one of her teachers wants to kill her, and none of it will even matter if the revenant of a dead planet kills...