Tis Sunday, which means I am curled up with my boys reading all day! I just finished A Walk to Remember by Nicholas Sparks and Meena Mouse’s Perfect Raspberry by Trilby Plants. Now, I am about to dive back into The Angel with Burnt Wings by Scarlet Jensen.
What are you all reading on this first Sunday of the football season? (Or are you spending your afternoon, cheering on your favorite team?)
Either way, I hope you all are having a beautiful day!
Good Morning Everyone,
It seems Sundays have become the best day for me to read. So I am grateful to announce that today is once again a Reading Day for me! I will be finishing The Aviator’s Wife by Melanie Benjamin and starting The Angel with Burnt Wings by Scarlett Jensen. As of this minute, I have three reviews pending and will share them with you all starting tomorrow. (Hopefully, I will be able to add another review after today!)
In the meantime, I want to know what you are reading? Has school started back for your family? If it has, what will the students be reading this year?
Hope you all have a spectacular Sunday!
Good Morning Everyone,
Today, the boys and I are feeling a bit under the weather, therefore I have declared today a ‘cuddle, rest and read’ day. I will be finishing Justice Comes After Death by Werner Hoppe and starting The Cards of Life and Death by Colleen Gleason.
How are you spending your Sunday? Are you reading anything exciting?
Have a wonderful day!
As you may have noticed, I struggled for quite a bit trying to find my passion for reading and reviewing, after my grandfather passed. (It feels amazing to be back in the world of literature.) While trying to find my stride again, I chose a random book from my nook and started reading it. I just needed something to grasp my attention and light that spark within me again. Thankfully, I picked a fascinating book that helped me find my way and it inspired a new concept for the blog. From time to time, I shall post a “Personal Shelves” review. These will be books that I have had for some time, or that I downloaded for free at one time or another. Now, please don’t expect a lot of these, because my main priority is getting caught up on The List, so these won’t occur often. I hope you enjoy them. Below, you will find my thoughts on a sci-fi, YA book.
By: Gennifer Albin
#1 in trilogy
Adelice Lewys has the gift to weave, but is desperately hiding her talent thanks to the warnings from her parents. Trying to stay hidden from the Guild is difficult, but it becomes impossible when Adelice lets slip her gift during a testing ceremony. Ripped from her family and thrown into training, Adelice knows she has to find a way to escape, but this means she must learn to trust someone on the inside.
I am not normally a fan of sci-fi books, but this is a fun, fast read. I was immediately caught up in Adelice’s struggles. There were very few grammatical errors, while the descriptive details overwhelmed the senses and made it feel as though the world of Arras was displayed before my eyes. I am looking forward to continuing Adelice’s adventures in the next two books.