Book Review: A Deadly Education

Summary From Goodreads: Lesson One of the Scholomance: Learning has never been this deadly.A Deadly Education is set at Scholomance, a school for the magically gifted where failure means certain death (for real) — until one girl, El, begins to unlock its many secrets.There are no teachers, no holidays, and no friendships, save strategic ones. Survival is … Continue reading Book Review: A Deadly Education

February is my Netgalley Reading Month: Here’s What I Plan to Tackle

Lately there’s a lot of books in my Netgalley account. Roughly 150+ books. I really need to tackle a lot of them, and get my ratio back under control. So for February I plan on reading nothing but Netgalley arcs. I’m going to try an arc a day, if I can manage it. If not, … Continue reading February is my Netgalley Reading Month: Here’s What I Plan to Tackle

Book Review: Splinters are children of wood

Summary From Goodreads: The wildly unrestrained poems in Splinters Are Children of Wood, Leia Penina Wilson's second collection and winner of the Ernest Sandeen Prize in Poetry, pose an increasingly desperate question about what it means to be a girl, the ways girls are shaped by the world, as well as the role myth plays in … Continue reading Book Review: Splinters are children of wood