Well. It's a Friday, but I'm gonna do a Wordling post instead of a feature, because I just need to get something off of my chest. I listened to the audiobook of Joan He's Descendant of the Crane this week, and despite its fairly solid reviews on Goodreads, and despite the hype that was built … Continue reading My only 2-star read this year…
A buddy-post where Kyle and Hannah talk about their experience buddy-reading the third and final book in the Chaos Walking series, Monsters of Men.
Han's final comparative post of To All The Boys I've Loved Before by Jenny Han and The Nearest Far Away Place by Hayley Long, where she talks about home and setting in the two books.
Hannah's second post comparing Jenny Han's To All The Boys I've Loved Before and Hayley Long's The Nearest Far Away Place, where she looks at how tragedy works in both books.
The blog post in which Hannah reveals her age when she compares and contrasts the characters in two different YA novels.
My predictions on what will happen in Patrick Ness's first book in the Chaos Walking series. Do I get it right? Am I miles off? Let's take this chaos for a walk:
Hardship is a persistent theme in Eragon. In this post, we tackle what various characters' responses to adversity reveal about them and how this is applicable to us.
Is Minya a terror like Skathis or a a child fallen victim to her circumstances? Is Skathis really the monster he comes across as, or is there more to his character than meets the eye? Check out this post to hear our ideas.
Hannah previews the book One Day by David Nicholls
Our first post about Eragon, where we chat about how Christopher Paolini uses perspective .