R is a zombie, but don't let his rotting exterior fool you: he's not like all the other brainless corpses walking around the airport.
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.
1920, England And the three teenage Clarke sisters thought what they’d wear to dinner was their biggest problem… Zombies abound in this historical fiction by Lauren Baratz-Logsted.
In the year 2044, the earth is reeling from the effects of a Global Energy Crisis. In an attempt to escape reality, people all over the world can log into a virtual reality, known as the OASIS.
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 an alien invasion made by a civilization known as the Tavdorians, Earth has become a breeding ground for slave plantations and resourcing.
Daughter of two illustrious physicists, Marguerite is very different from her parents and sister; she's an artist who prefers portraits over quantum physics.
Aria is back on the outside, and this time she's on a mission to find the Still Blue. She rejoins with Perry after months of being apart, but unfortunately the Tides won't accept her as one of their own. She leaves with Roar for the Horns' land, in search of information about the Still Blue and in hoes of rescuing Liv. Perry stays back with the Tides and tried to balance his duties as Blood Lord and his heart. With the Aether becoming more and more dangerous, will the star-crossed lovers be reunited in time, or will the elements get to them first?
In a protected city known as Reverie, Aria is an ordinary girl who spends her time with her friends travelling in and out of realms, without ever leaving the comfort of her room. One day, she and her friends decide to physically explore a part of the dome that has been damaged by a recent storm. Once inside the dome, things take a turn for he worse and Aria finds herself being rescued by an "outsider", a savage who lives on the outside of Reverie in the wastelands and who his worlds apart from her. Aria and Perry team up for a similar cause, even though they are anything but similar. Can Aria adapt to this new world and find it in her to see eye-to-eye with the savage from a different world?