Showing posts from January, 2015

Scarlet by Marissa Meyer: Book Review!

Hello, everyone! I'm back with another book review. This time I'm reviewing Scarlet by Marissa Meyer. It is the second book of the Lunar Chronicles, and it's a science fiction take of the Little Red Ridding Hood fairy tale while also continuing Cinder's story from the first book. Scarlet is searching for her grandmother and meets Wolf, a street fighter on a mission. Together they uncover secrets that is much bigger than either of them realized. But enough about that. Let's get onto the review!

I will say at going into this book, I wasn't expecting to see Cinder, Kai, or anyone else's point of view that was established in the first book, but they do come back, whether I like it or not. I said this last time, but multiple point of views kind of bother me. A few I can handle, but with the addition to the new characters of Scarlet, I'm finding myself more and more irritated. I also start to enjoy some of them more than others, like I said in the review for…

Sickness, Disney World, Universal, and I'm Back!

Hello, everyone! I'm back, and I'm here to explain my absence. I was hoping that I would have gotten more things done by the way of the blog, but a lot of things have been happening around here that have stopped me from doing so. Some things were awesome. Some were not so awesome. But I'm here to explain myself as well as tell y'all what to be on the lookout for in the next couple of weeks.

Firstly, if you follow me on twitter, you know that I went on vacation to Florida at the beginning of the year. During this time, I was able to get some reading done. I've read through the existing Lunar Chronicles series, but I haven't been able to write reviews for them because I left my keyboard at my house. I felt like an idiot, but I did manage to take some notes for the reviews that will be coming up in a few days.

Next, as I said before, I was vacationing in Florida where I got to go to Disney World and Universal Studios. You can guess where I spent most of my time. I…