Pricked [Scott Mooney]

  "But do people tell stories about these places because they exist, or do they exist because people tell stories about them?" Pricked by Scott Mooney was a delightful, unique, and rather impressive story that admittedly was not without its own flaws. The truth is that, after beginning this novel, I very quickly found myself under…

Empowered Young Girls and Chaotic Gods; Recent NetGalley Requests

Funnily enough, I nearly passed over the first book here because it looked like something supporting Republicans and, with the current state of things, that just sent all kinds of anger through me. I don't hate all Republicans, but I'll be honest...the ones in government right now are demonic trash. But, I decided that I…

In the Key of Nira Ghani [Natasha Deen]; 2019 YA Releases

My perspective of In the Key of Nira Ghani by Natasha Deen is going to be a bit skewed and biased since I have a general tendency to dislike and thus avoid contemporary novels. I'm pretty picky about them and so when it comes to this particular book, I only have a mild interest. Which is…