It may not be completely book-related, but hey, it's Disney! Who can resist?
I haven't been able to review anything for a while now (apart from Zombie Abbey, I've been reading a whole lot of literary theory for class), so I figured I'd answer a bookish tag.
I bought a bunch of new books in the last three months, so I thought I'd share what I picked up, along with my plans for getting through this new pile of goodies! The Conqueror's Saga by Kiersten White I've been eyeballing this series for a while and now I finally decided to get it. … Continue reading Book Haul! (Dec/Jan/Feb)
A collection of 16 Russian fairy tales that feature beloved Russian folk characters. Originally published in 1966, this collection was reprinted in 2003 and is accompanied by beautiful illustrations.
Margaret has spent most of her youth growing up alongside her cousin in her aunt's estate in London. Her parents, residing in Hampshire, call their daughter back to their side, only to have them all move to the North of England in a town called Milton. Margaret hates every thing about their new home and spends her time pining for the wonderful South she was forced to leave behind
Mr. Richard and Mr. Moncharmin are the two newly appointed managers of the grand Paris opera house in the late 1800s. Their predecessors, Mr. Debienne and Mr. Poligny, warn them about a certain “ghost” who lives in the opera house and requires a monthly allowance of 20000 francs.