Thanksgiving is approaching fast and if you’re like me and want to avoid the stores and not a football fan, then you probably want to curl up on the couch with a good book. But what to read? Well take a look at this list of books and see if anything here tickles your fancy.
Wondering what to read next? How about a retelling of Alice in Wonderland? Another novella regarding the Garde of the bestselling I Am Number Four series. Or how about something entirely different? Something new? Check out what’s on my reading list for the week.
Can’t decide what to read next? Check out what is on my table for what to read next and see if anything here catches your fancy.
A Book Only Fans Could Love | Review of ‘Dangerous Dream’ (Dangerous Creatures, #0.5) – Emertainment Monthly
Dangerous Dream is the new novella from the Dangerous Creatures series by Kami Garcia and Margaret Stohl. Published on December 17, 2013 by Little, Brown Books for Young Readers, this young adult fantasy novel follows the Dark Caster Ridley as she finds herself in a bit of trouble of her own making[…]
From the minds that brought you the New York Times bestselling Beautiful Creatures series comes another segment in the story that follows Ridley, the Siren Dark Castor as she plays her own dangerous game. Of course in this tale, characterization can only go so far.
Set in the land of Ice and Fire, “The Ice Dragon” tells the story of Adara, a young girl who can “tame” the fearful ice dragon though friendship and kindness
Do you like ya fiction? What about historical retellings? Well here are three books I’m interested in reading and what they are about. A story about Robin Hood, the first released book in the Dangerous Creatures series by Kami Garcia and Margaret Stohl and the fourth novel in the Bloodlines series by Richelle Mead. Interested yet? Wondering if you should give these books a try? Well check out why I’m interested and maybe you will be too.
George R. R. Martins brings forth more for fans of Game of Thrones. But here’s something different, this short story is a beautiful and thoughtful story not just for adults, but for kids as well.
Lore gives a deeper insight into Five, the betrayer, with this additionally novella in the Lost Files companion series. A captivating narrative that allows readers to sympathize with an otherwise unsympathetic character.
The final short story I had the pleasure of writing before my Leave of Absence from Emerson College. The story follows a marriage couple who find out they are unable to have children.