Archive for March 2015

03.25.2015

Heartless by Gail Carriger

In all of the books, Heartless clearly illustrates Aleixia finally settling in to her social and political roles in Victorian London. Despite her ever increasing girth, Lady Maccon—mujah, female Alpha of Woolsey, and close friend of the fabulous Lord Akledama—continues to waddle around London investigating an assassination plot against the Queen. But first she has […]

03.24.2015

“Save Me from Myself”

“Save Me from Myself” by Brian “Head” Welch is one of the most moving books I have ever read.  Having reached superstar status with KORN, Welch was one of the most recognizable faces in the music industry, but was on a path of destruction.  In this autobiography, Welch tells of how at the height of […]

03.24.2015

God Save the Queen by Kate Locke

I’m taking a reading circle class this semester in order to fill up semester hours and this book is one of the required readings. Normally, I dislike any book that I have my nose forced into, simply because it’s a book I didn’t pick at my own leisure, and initially that was the case with […]

03.24.2015

Blameless by Gail Carriger

Our fearless Heroine, Alex Tarrabotti, is at it again! She has been dodging vampire attacks and annoying questions from her airheaded family. Only this time she travels to Italy, the source of all the grief that has befallen our Lady Maccon at the end of the second book, Changeless. I won’t reveal what happened that […]

03.24.2015

Ranger’s Apprentice: The Burning Bridge By John Flanagan

It should not have taken me THIS long to finish this book. I have a full time job and I’m reading other three books because I like to think because I can. But I quickly realized that when it comes to books my attention span shortens similar to a fruit fly’s life span. Me neglecting […]

03.11.2015

Changeless by Gail Carriger

The adventures of Alexia Tarrabotti, now Lady Maccon, continues in this second book and it picks up where Soulless ended—after the wedding. It has been three months since Aleixia and her beastly beau tied the knot with the endorsement of the Queen—for political reasons—and her insufferable mother. I have to credit Aleixia for not lashing […]

03.9.2015

Unbound by: Jim Hines

Unbound was an awesome novel. It leave the option of a fourth novel, which Hines better follow through. I love all the twist and turns Hines has carefully paced to keep a reader interested and the story page turning.

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