Norse Mythology, a series of classic myths retold by Neil Gaiman, is an entertaining read that revitalizes the ancient figures of Norse mythology into funny, complex characters that readers
Note: I didn't finish the novel, it was too painful in a way to continue. I'm just going to dive into this- honesty is always the best policy, even if
SPOILERS: If you have NOT read ANY of the Throne of Glass series I would skip the "emotions" portion
The Assassin's Blade written by Sarah J. Maas is a epic
They Both Die at the End tells the story of the last day of Rufus and Mateo, two teens determined to live it to the fullest. Full of personal growth,
Something I always remember is my parents worrying about what I was reading when I was younger. They were worried if the subjects were too heavy, or if there were … Read the rest...
More Than This, by Patrick Ness, follows Seth after he wakes up. This would seem normal, if only he hadn't died drowning prior. As you delve deeper into the