BOOK REVIEW – The Melded Truth by Jeanelle Frontin

"Because difference has nothing to do with not looking like or being like anyone else. It’s about how different the world will be after your contribution, after you’ve passed on." The Melded Truth was the perfect ending for this trilogy. Now that Yara knows why certain events occurred in the past, she is ready to … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW – The Melded Truth by Jeanelle Frontin

BOOK REVIEW – The Eld Queen by Jeanelle Frontin

"You must face the darkest truth to wield the greatest light..." So at the end of the first book of the series, I found out who Yara was. I was stunned by this new revelation. The second book of the series, The Eld Queen is about her handling her responsibilities to Mira, the planet on … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW – The Eld Queen by Jeanelle Frontin

BOOK REVIEW – The House In The Cerulean Sea by TJ Klune

 I got a free advance reader's copy in exchange for my honest review. The House In The Cerulean Sea is about Linus Baker, a caseworker in the Department In Charge Of Magical Youth (DICOMY). He has been sent to the island of Marsyas where there is a orphanage which houses six extremely special children. His … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW – The House In The Cerulean Sea by TJ Klune

BOOK REVIEW – Anansi Boys by Neil Gaiman

Like every other Caribbean child, I grew up with Anansi stories. It was so fascinating to read about how that clever spider would trick all the other animals, especially Tiger. As I got older, I learnt that the Anansi stories originally came from Africa and was brought to our islands by slaves. Anansi Boys is … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW – Anansi Boys by Neil Gaiman

BOOK REVIEW – American Gods by Neil Gaiman

Neil Gaiman said there were some readers who liked this book and some who did not. If they liked it, they really loved it. If not, they completely hated it. I am one of the readers who loved it. I am actually slightly relieved because I bought this book and Anansi Boys (the sequel) together. … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW – American Gods by Neil Gaiman

BOOK REVIEW – The Ice Queen (The Dark Queens Book 3) by Jovee Winters

  The Ice Queen is the third book in the Dark Queens series. Unlike its predecessors, there is no mention of mythology in this book. It's based on a fairytale. The Ice Queen, whose real name is Luminesa, is tasked with saving three innocents in the Goblin's evil game. The only way to save them … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW – The Ice Queen (The Dark Queens Book 3) by Jovee Winters

BOOK REVIEW – The Ghost On Firefly Lane by Pamela McCord

I got a free advance readers' copy in exchange for my honest review. Thanks Acorn Publishing!In The Ghost Of Firefly Lane, we continue reading about the adventures of Pekin Dewlap and her best friends / coworkers, Amber and Scout. At the end of the first book, they got a new client. The Dwyers have hired … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW – The Ghost On Firefly Lane by Pamela McCord