Theresa Fuller’s The Girl Who Became a Goddess immediately drew me in with the beautiful cover (I’m a sucker for well-done cover art.) But the beauty doesn’t end there. It’s on every page in this folktale collection—in every story, in Fuller’s mesmerizing words. The Girl Who Became a Goddess dips into Fuller’s past as she recounts the stories she grew up […]
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I have to admit I was a bit excited when I saw that this book was a “Jimmy Patterson” selection. I received this book in one of my bookish subscription boxes, and let’s be honest, it has a powerful and eye-catching cover. I had a hard time putting this book down. I really enjoyed it, and am looking forward to the […]
review I was really excited to receive a copy of The Dysasters, mostly because I enjoy comic-esques stories in the vein of Cloak & Dagger and The Flash. Plus, I’ve read a number of books by P.C Cast in the past that I’ve loved. This book has certainly checked all the boxes for me: Evil mad scientists. Elemental abilities. Diverse representation among characters.
Leave it to Holly Black to shatter my world with the vague whispered promise of *maybe* stitching it back together. And by promise, I’m referring to my own refusal to accept what has happened. That’s right. I’m stuck at the first stage of Book Hangover Grief. And I ain’t even trying to deny it.