Cress [Marissa Meyer]

  “But you’re a prisoner,” said Thorne. “I prefer damsel in distress,” she murmured. One side of Thorne’s mouth quirked up, into that perfect half smile he had in his graduation photo. A look that was a little bit devious, and all sorts of charming. Cress sent me on a whirlwind of emotions from beginning…

Scarlet [Marissa Meyer]

I just think we shouldn't judge her, or anyone, without trying to understand them first. That maybe we should get the full story before jumping to conclusions. Crazy notion, I know. Scarlet begins with a young woman living in Rioux, France whose grandmother has gone missing. I’ll admit here that Scarlet is probably the book…

Cinder [Marissa Meyer]

We have the ability to love each other, no matter our differences. To help each other, no matter our weaknesses. I first came across Cinder by Marissa Meyer in 2012 at a time when I’d been dejectedly hopping from disappointing book to disappointing book in search of a new read that I would actually enjoy. I…

The Lunar Chronicles, An Introduction

It’s that time of year again where I find myself curling up for just about the umpteenth time with this book. It’s almost as though I’ve developed something rather akin to an obsession with this novel and subsequent series that I can’t seem to go more than six months without rereading the whole thing. I…

Archenemies [by Marissa Meyer] A Title Reveal and a Release Date!

Renegades number two officially has a title and what I believe is just a title reveal cover, but it's pretty cool so I'm gonna celebrate it for a few minutes. So, here's the thing: I love Marissa Meyer. She is a beautiful and fantastic writer and I could not be more grateful for her existence. Simply…