Author: Kait McFadyen

Title: Ready Player One Author: Ernest Cline Tags: Boy Fantasy, VR, Dystopian Future Reflections: With the impending release of the video adaptation, I was recently lent the book Ready Play One. After a week of effort, I finally finished reading it. I also finished...

Winter Book Shelf – The Princess Game

Title: The Princess Game: A Reimagining of Sleeping Beauty Author: Melanie Cellier Series: The Four Kingdoms Tags: Young Adult, Fairy Tale Reflections: I don’t usually like to read books out of order. I make a point of starting series with book one. This not...

Winter Book Shelf – The Earl of Brass

Title: The Earl of Brass Author: Kara Jorgensen Tags: Clockwork, Adult, Fantasy Reflections: I suppose my first impressions were that the book was fine. There was nothing overtly offensive about the story or the writing. But that was a lazy anwer and the more...

Winter Book Shelf – Coiled

I know it is has been a long time since I posted a book review. The end of last year (October – December) was a little chaotic for and I simply had no time for reading. However, the New Year has brought a few...

Schooled in Magic – Book Review

Good news – I have gained more employment. Bad news – I will have even less time for reading and writing reviews. Thus I anticipate this is going to be my last post for a while. Schooled in Magic is the first in a...

The Watchmaker’s Daughter – Book Review

I read the Watchmaker’s Daughter last week and have been ruminating on a book review since then. I have been having problems as this was a book I neither loved nor hated. It is not dreadfully written nor brilliantly told. Having not sparked a...

Happy Labour Day Canada!

It is the last long weekend of the Summer. Where summer is defined as the period of time when school is out. With Monday being a Holiday, you can expect a bit of a gap in the posts by our most prolific blogger. Also,...

A Mortal Song – Book Review

My book review of A Mortal Song will contain some spoilers – you have been warned. This young adult fantasy-fairy tale novel by Megan Crewe was, in short, good. I loved the Japanese setting, partly because I had been there. I have seen Mount...