Merry Men [Robert Rodi, Jackie Lewis, Marissa Louise, and Shari Chankhamma]

I’ve always loved Robin Hood. There’s a reason I was pretty desperate to read Sherwood when I first learned that it was going to be published. There’s simply something so amazing about his story that leaves me with an unshakable feeling of adoration. So, naturally, the very moment I stumbled across Merry Men by Robert Rodi and illustrated…

Taken Away [Cyn Bermudez]

I genuinely feel very torn about Taken Away by Cyn Bermudez. I think this comes down to two things. The book was very short and it was written in e-mail/letter format. Now, I’m not against epistolary novels, but something about this one didn’t really click with me for some reason. Taken Away follows the story of two…

Ogre Enchanted [Gail Carson Levine]

I’ve always been a major fan of Ella Enchanted, both the book and the film (which are both vastly different on a rather large number of levels, so if you’ve only ever bothered with one, I definitely suggest checking out the other since they both have their merits) and so when I first learned that…

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…

Top Ten Tuesday; Shows Left Me Binging

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl. Well, this isn’t exactly book related but it’s definitely a subject that can garner my interest. I watch a lot of shows, truth be told, but there are only a few that I will sit down and binge straight through. And here…