The Girl of Fire and Thorns takes navel gazing to a whole new level… but seriously. In this world, once in a hundred years, one person is chosen by God to do something (the main character is never quite sure what this is) and her position as the chosen one is indicated by a large jewel that mystically implants itself in the person’s belly button. 236 more words
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Ever since I read my first Western-style novel (and enjoyed it!), I’ve been picking up more books in this genre. I was actually really intrigued by this story; not only is there a fantasy element, it is also partly historical fiction with its chronicling of the Gold Rush era. 395 more words
Today I’m posting over on Tynga’s Reviews about Walk on Earth a Stranger by one of my absolutely favorite authors, Rae Carson!
I was fortunate last year to be able to go to ALA in San Francisco where I met Rae and received an ARC of this book. 23 more words
Hello, Bookish Buddies, and welcome to my Walk On Earth a Stranger by Rae Carson review! I made a decision in the middle of January to read one random book from my Goodreads TBR per month, and this was the one the randomizer gods happen to have chosen. 709 more words