Bardugo’s characterization is amazing; no one is a stereotype.
Tag: book review
Jonathan Strange and Mr. Norrell
A revisionist historical fantasy that reads like a classic and boasts character depth.
Muse of Nightmares
Dreams can become nightmares, but they can also become beautifully real.
All the Crooked Saints
I found the prose almost like poetry: heart-breakingly beautiful.
I like a book with a plot that surprises me; as a writer and a voracious reader, that doesn’t happen as often as you’d think.
The Winter of the Witch
It speaks of reconciling the old and the new and living in that balance.
North and South | England
North and South married sorrow with happiness, showing that life is never one or the other. It is always both.
The English and Their History | England
It was too political. In a world of media biased, it was biased as well.
The Devil in the White City | Halloween Countdown
Larson builds a world in the gray areas between extremes: white and black, good and evil.
The War that Saved My Life | WWII
This book had some deep waters, and those are often difficult to wade through.
The Outsider | Halloween Countdown
This book is about reality vs. unreality, good vs. evil.
The Beast in the Garden | Halloween Countdown
It questions our idea of wilderness and our connection to nature.