In which I continue my thoughts about re-reading books that I loved when I was younger, and share my thoughts on Uprising by Margaret Peterson Haddix. Continue reading “On Re-reading Books I Enjoyed Long Ago, Pt. 2”
In which I review Asleep, a nonfiction book by Molly Caldwell Crosby about epidemic encephalitis. Continue reading “Review: Asleep by Molly Caldwell Crosby”
In which I review Monica Hesse’s historical fiction novel, Girl in the Blue Coat. Continue reading “Review: Girl in the Blue Coat”
In which I review Virginia Bergin’s YA science fiction novel, H2O. Continue reading “Review: H2O (The Rain, #1)”
In which I give a completely spoiler-free review of The 5th Wave. Continue reading “Review: The 5th Wave”
In which I explain my new review structure, which will allow me to balance what is enjoyable for me with what is helpful for you. Continue reading “New Structure for Reviews”
This is a literary analysis blog, which isn’t quite the same as a book review blog. And yet, I was about to write a book review, because I needed to have my say. And it still wound up being kind of an analysis, because that’s just what I do.
Disclaimer: Obviously, this will contain some spoilers. (But not really, if you’re familiar with Les Miserables). If you’re worried, skip down to the last heading.