This week, we’re going to be reviewing “Shadow and Bone” by Leigh Bardugo. This dystopian thriller takes on a journey of self-discovery with Aliana, a young girl who just discovered she possess the powers of the elite Grisha. Her powers discovered, she is trained in the art of combat taught to utilize her power to the best of her ability. But when she starts to question the people in charge, she may end up risking more than she thought for the price of freedom. Enter into the world of Ravka with this review, and see how this book held up!
Review of this year’s common book, “The Other Wes Moore.”
Book review of Cinder.
Pierce College Puyallup’s Nikki Poppen-Eagan’s romance novels.
Holidays on Ice, a new Christmas classic
Pro E-reader: Paper books have so many advantages over hand-carved stone tablets, same with printed books and hand written books. Following that trend, e-readers have so many advantages over printed books.
Pro paper back: Nothing is more satisfying than riffling through the pages of your favorite paperback. Thumbing through the pages and occasionally flipping ahead a few chapters to see what happens is all a part of the reading experience.