Genre: Adaptations

Book Review: Heartless by Marissa Meyer

Posted November 9, 2016 by @Angelized_1st in Books, Entertainment / 0 Comments
Book Review: Heartless by Marissa Meyer

I’ve been waiting for Marissa Meyer’s new stand-alone novel, Heartless, ever since news of its release dropped. As a fan of her Lunar Chronicles series, I had really hit hopes for this novel, and I wasn’t disappointed. I received a copy of the book earlier this year when I attended the YallWest Book Convention in Santa Monica, California. It […]

Book Review: Spelled by Betsy Schow

Book Review: Spelled by Betsy Schow

The Good…: I really enjoyed Spelled by Betsy Schow. In the story, a young, sheltered princess named Dorthea becomes a fish out of water after a curse changes the world of Story, and spins it on its head. All of a sudden, Dorthea gets stuck tramping through various fairy tale lands in her silver and ruby heels with a […]

Spotlight Feature: Spelled by Betsy Schow (Excerpt & Giveaway)

Spotlight Feature: Spelled by Betsy Schow (Excerpt & Giveaway)

Author Betsy Schow decides to take the novel The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, and turns it on its head with her new novel, Spelled. This modern retelling of the classic story is funny, and sure to have you giggling with laughter. To gear you up for the June 2nd book release, publisher Sourcebooks is hosting a giveaway from May […]

Book Review: Ensnared (Splintered #3)

Book Review: Ensnared (Splintered #3)

 Review: Caution! There will be spoilers from first two books. Proceed at your own risk!! The Good..: In her third installment, A. G. Howard wraps up her Splintered series with the action packed conclusion, Ensnared. In the third novel, Alyssa and her father journey to the looking-glass world, AnyElsewhere, to save Jeb, Morpheus, and her mother after the disastrous prom. […]

Book Review: Unhinged (Splintered #2)

Book Review: Unhinged (Splintered #2)

Review: Caution! There will be spoilers. Proceed at your own risk!! The Good…  While I adored Howard’s re-imagining of Wonderland in the first novel, setting the second book in the “real world” was a nice twist. In Unhinged, Alyssa struggled between adapting to being back in her “real” life as Jeb’s girlfriend, and with her mother back […]