This Savage Song: Review

“…Plenty of humans were monstrous, and plenty of monsters knew how to play at being human.” ― V.E. Schwab, Vicious I don’t particularly like reading dystopian-fantasy stories, but this wasn’t bad. The book is divided into 4 parts. The first two parts involves world building and character development. The other two parts are a fast-paced […]

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Herding Cats: Featured Review

I’ve been a big fan of Sarah’s Scribbles. This book was no different. It had the humor and it was very relateable. We get to see ‘Sarah’- the girl with messy hair and big eyes in situations we have found ourselves in more than we would like to admit. Andersen’s art is just adorable. the […]

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Flush Me Freddy: Featured Review

Flush Me Freddy is a short story about a girl and small moments in her past that left a big impression of her life today. Ambrosini blends in childhood memories to the present reality seamlessly and the reader is left with nostalgia of their own past, and memories that begin resurface. Ambrosini writing style is […]

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