A joint look at two new young adult novels, I Believe in a Thing Called Love and When Dimple Met Rishi, and how they both deal with parental expectations.
A profile on Melanie Fishbane on her new book, Maud, about her writing, teaching, Anne of Green Gables and LM Montgomery.
It’s a scary and exciting feeling when you dive into the finale of a much loved series. I had so many wants and needs to be fulfilled after three books worth of world building and character development. Does it accomplish what I hoped it would? Am I satisfied? Overall, yes. Is it flawless? No, notContinue reading “Raven Cycle Re-Read: Here Comes The Raven King”
I just finished reading Blue Lily, Lily Blue last night and I’m so pumped (You can check out The Raven Boys re-read and The Dream Thieves re-read here). This’ll mark the end of the Raven Cycle re-read before I dive into the last book in the series, The Raven King, that’s out today (some bookstores have begun selling it as early asContinue reading “Raven Cycle Re-Read: Blue Lily, Lily Blue”
I finished The Dream Thieves about a week or so ago and I really enjoyed re-reading it (You can check out The Raven Boys re-read here). I do have some general observations before I dive to specific things. Compared to The Raven Boys, The Dream Thieves is a far less tidy book. Stiefvater is tightContinue reading “Raven Cycle Re-Read: The Dream Thieves”