September Wrap-Up

September started with a vacation and ended with my birthday, so all in all, pretty good month. And after reading Plain Bad Heroines, I'm thinking of making September a month to read anything dark academia, or even just a little gothic. It's the perfect month for it, with autumn on the horizon and school in … Continue reading September Wrap-Up


March Wrap-Up

In like a lion, out like a smaller lion. For March, I stayed fairly on track, reading four books this month, and March's unintentional reading theme was all about magic. Akata Witch is part of my catch-up-on-past-ARCs to read list, and The Witch’s Heart kind of became that too, since it was actually published in February. And then of course I have finally plunged into the Grishaverse, thanks to literally everyone talking about it and the new Netflix show.

An All-Consuming Kind of Thing: What Big Teeth by Rose Szabo

Something dark and strange is lurking in the pages of What Big Teeth, the debut young adult horror from Rose Szabo. Eleanor is finally returning home after spending most of her youth at boarding school. But her homecoming isn’t quite what she expected. She is, after all, a Zarrin, and Zarrins are known in their sleepy New England town for being rather strange.