In the fifth book of The Keeper of the Lost Cities Series, Shannon Messenger puts us right back into the action with Sophie and her friends facing off again foe new and old. Will they be able to save everyone before things all come crashing down?
I read Aquicorn Cove awhile back, maybe the middle of last year, but somehow I missed reviewing another one of Katie O'Neill's masterpieces. Aquicorn Cove Spoilers for Aquicorn Cove * * * * * * * * * * * * A deeply emotional story, Lana and her father return to the town her late… Continue reading Backlog Review:Aquicorn Cove
One of my favorite Hena Khan books, Amina's Voice is one of those books I re-read at least every couple of months, it's so positive and sweet. Amina's Voice by Hena Khan Pakistani-American Muslim girl Amina isn't sure about all the changes middle school is bringing. Amina doesn't like the spotlight, she's got stage fright… Continue reading Backlog Review: Amina’s Voice
In my continued backlog reviews, I'm focusing on the next book in Shannon Messenger's The Keeper of The Lost Cities series. The fourth book Neverseen is also one of my favorites. TW: Mention of torture, and murder. Spoilers for Neverseen * * * * * * * After the events of the last book, Sophie… Continue reading Backlog Reviews: The Keeper of the Lost Cities: Neverseen
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
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
So I'm writing this on Saturday and it's already been a pretty productive week. I wrote about 5 posts for this week. I've also written about 5 posts for the next couple of weeks, so I'm super ahead which give me more time to socialize with the bookstagram community, write extra posts, etc. So that… Continue reading Weekly Review 2/2/20-2/8/20