Ezzie’s Bookshelf [Mooncallers: Stars Wake] Blogger Support Feature

It’s been a busy weekend for me at times and at others, I have to admit, I’ve simply been overly consumed with a particularly fantastic read which I think no one here could really ever fault me for. But, as always the blogger support feature is very important to me and so here for the…

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The Origin of Day and Night [Paula Ikuutaq Rumbolt]

While there isn't an overwhelmingly wonderful message and the story does not have much in the way of truth going for it, The Origin of Day and Night by Paula Ikuutaq Rumbolt is a very cute story about taking turns. Perhaps the best thing about this book, for me anyway, was the fact that one of…

It’s October, but I’m Already Reading Christmas Books

I was going to start this off with "before anyone gets annoyed," but I've realized that the title itself is definitely enough to entice annoyance out of me and therefore expect that it will have done so for many of you as well if you're like me and hate when people decide to skip holidays…

The Train to Impossible Places [P. G. Bell]

I can often be somewhat weary of middlegrade novels. Their target audience are those who, most typically, wont be bothered by a lot of things that older readers might. Many of them are fairly simple, with good reason, and thus I usually read them expecting to like but not love the book. It is for…

The Currently Reading and a Book Haul [with a little bit of NetGalley advice]

It has been a long time since I did a book haul post. I keep meaning to, especially since I started getting a book box, but somehow it always seems to just slip my mind. Well, there are a lot of books that should be included in this current post but I was simply too lazy…

Toxic [Lydia Kang]

Toxic by Lydia Kang is one of those books that I really wish I'd enjoyed, but just didn't. While the writing and the plot were excellent, the majority of the characters were annoying and underdeveloped. While they all had intricate and moving back stories and were certainly diverse, their own development throughout the course of the…