One of my all time favourite movies is The Princess Bride, starring Cary Elwes and Robin Wright.
Naturally I have also read the book a dozen or so times, and while I would never be opposed to reading it again, I am always on the hunt for books emulating this classic.
Another day, another World War II novel review here on The Paperback Pilgrim.
Now I know what you are thinking, ‘Sara, don’t you ever get tired of reading seemingly the same story ever three or four books?’
Today’s post is something I saw while I was perusing through Jamie’s, The Perpetual Page-Turner, Friday fun blog posts.
While my high school didn’t do superlatives for graduating seniors, I have always wanted to hand them out.
I have been blogging for about a year now, and I’m starting to fall into the slump of only doing review posts.
Therefore, as a challenge to myself, I am going to try to post one review and one ‘fun’ post a week.
Evidently, this year is the year for YA fantasy.
Ever the Hunted by Erin Summerill is my fifth YA fantasy novel of the year, and oh man do I have feelings about it.
*Cue Science Fiction/Double Feature*
I love science fiction, though I love it even more when its short, sweet, and to the point.
Life is the bubbles under the sea!
Today’s review is on Ann Claycomb’s novel The Mermaid’s Daughter, targeted as a modern day retelling of The Little Mermaid.