Catwoman: Soulstealer [Sarah J. Maas]

One thing I’m beginning to realize about Sarah J. Maas is that while she has an amazing ability to write dynamic characters within brilliantly imagined plots, I absolutely hate what she does with her ships. Catwoman: Soulstealer was a pretty amazing book at face value. Selena had the best development and motivation possible for a character. I…

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The Princess Diaries [Meg Cabot]

This is one of those books that I read when I was young and mostly forgot about save a few minor details, so much so that I had entirely forgotten that Mia’s father is actually alive in the books where he is not in the film. Upon one of my ‘I have nothing to watch…

Piercing the Veil [Nicole L. Taylor]

I really thought I was going to like Piercing the Veil by Nicole L. Taylor. The introduction to the book was utterly fascinating and really pulled me right in. I was eagerly awaiting the rest of the book, basically on the edge of my seat to find out what would happen next and what had…

The White Carnation [Anthony Horowitz]

I’ve always been a pretty big fan of Anthony Horowitz. This started with his Alex Rider series, of course, and so naturally I couldn’t help myself when I found out that he’d written a short story about one of his side characters. I didn’t really have a lot of expectations for this, of course, since…