What happened on Plaid Reader Reviews this week? Come find out with my weekly review.
This is the second in a loosely connected trilogy be Stephaine Burgis. The universe is the same, but the characters that the book focuses on are different with each book. The Girl with the Dragon Heart The Girl with the Dragon Heart is about Silke, Aventurine's best friend who helped her find her way as… Continue reading Review: The Girl with the Dragon Heart
Another review focusing on my favorite series, as I try to get through my super-long backlog of reviews. Everblaze is actually one of my favorite books in the series, I think it helps the characters shift and grow in ways they need to for later in the series. Spoilers for Everblaze below: * * *… Continue reading Backlog Reviews: Keeper of the Lost Cities: Everblaze
Hello everyone, I hope you'll like these posts. I'm starting with water-type, one of the three basic types you get to choose a starter Pokemon from at the start of each game. The signature color of water-type Pokemon is generally blue. Some water-type Pokemon you might be familiar with are: Squirtle Psyduck And Eveee's… Continue reading Pokemon Reads Tag-Water Type
This week has been pretty productive. I did a lot of things, reading wasn't one of them. However, I'm still ahead with my reading goal so I'm okay with taking a sort of week off. I did finish one graphic novel however and it was amazing. The Deep & Dark Blue by Niki Smith My… Continue reading Weekly Review 2/9/20-2/16/20
I'll start out by saying that while I love Shannon Messenger's work this is my least favorite book in the series for a number of reasons. Sophie is finally settling into her life in the Lost Cities. She's been adopted by Grady and Edaline Ruewen, guardians she was placed with in the first book. But… Continue reading Backlog Review: Keeper of The Lost Cities: Exile
I finished the book I was reading for the side quest on the Pondathon, it turned out to be one of my favorites so far this year. The Dragon with a Chocolate Heart Now I love books about magic and cooking. Somehow magical cooking always seems to result in a cute book. Aventurine is a… Continue reading Review: The Dragon with a Chocolate Heart