Today’s review is all about Mitchell Charles’ The Kingdom of Oceana.
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Yes, it is I, The Paperback Pilgrim, back again to bring you my thoughts, opinions, and ramblings on a wide variety of books and book related topics!
Recently I’ve been lacking on my ‘other’ posts here on The Paperback Pilgrim.
Very rarely do I read a book, finish said book, and then begin recommending it to anyone who will listen.
When a reader decides to dive head first into the world of Neil Gaiman, the first book that is usually recommended to them is American Gods.
For me, however, I went a little unconventional and picked Gaiman’s take on The Jungle Book lore, The Graveyard Book.
I’m on a role with getting out new YA fantasy release reviews within a three month period.
As I have been eagerly anticipating May 2, ACOWAR release date (future Sara is currently on page 173), I’ve been reaching for some of the smaller books on my TBR self to satiate my reading appetite.