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 review of what I read in January, complete with stats to make it more colourful!
After the great battle between Vasya and the Bear, and her father's sacrifice to save her life, Vasya finds herself alone and unwanted in the world.
In a land where winter is unforgiving and harsh beyond imagination, household spirits and characters from the old fairy tales live and thrive.
All is not well in the world, as manifested by a sudden prolongation of nighttime in Brooklyn.
Jude and her sister were cruelly torn from the homes when they were very young, and thrust into a world so dangerous that they must conform and blend in, or risk losing their heads.
When a proposition arises in the form of a substantial amount of money, Kaz simply can't refuse.
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.
Yelena is to be executed for murder but soon receives an offer she can't refuse. Become an official food taster and bodyguard to the Commander of Ixia, and risk her life every single day. The Commander's life is constantly in danger, and Yelena must fight rebels who seek to overthrow the government, all the while learning how to control her newfound magical powers. Can Yelena survive the harsh life from within the castle walls?
After the showdown between Maven, Cal and Mare, the latter two are on the run from the new Silver King and on a mission to find other Newbloods to help overthrow the government. Without knowing who she can truly trust, Mare finds herself shifting allegiances and allies to ensure her win against Maven, once her friend but now a crazed king.