With a couple weeks of 2023 already behind me, I'm ready to start this year's bookish resolution. It's the year of classics!
The Path of Rebellion (God Emperor of Dune. – A Book Review)
Millenia have passed and Leto II is the emperor of the the known universe. His journey to the Golden Path is a dictatorship. there are rebels that would see him eliminated for his harsh ruling and the control he has over the spice. Sonia, leading this rebellion, doesn't yet know the destiny that awaits her, but Leto does.
History Circles Back Around (Children of Dune – A Book Review)
Twin siblings, children of Emperor Paul Atreides and lover, Chani, follow the same deadly destiny as their father.
Speedy Quote Sunday
It's Speedy Quote Sunday and I've got a couple lines from books I've enjoyed and why I like them so much. There might be a little wisdom, too, but that's for you to judge.
The Plot Twist Book List
That jaw dropper. Make you stand up. Audibly gasp. Maybe even curse. Only one thing can make you do all oof this! (Almost.) A plot twist. And, I've got a book list of books that do that magnificently. Take a scroll.
The Sundown Rundown – October 2021
Happy Halloween! Man, we're at the end of October already. Sad to see it go. I've got the end of the month wrap-up for you. If you've missed any reviews, now is your chance to catch up.
Don Juan of Terror is No Angel (The Phantom of the Opera – A Book Review)
Christine is an up-and-coming singer but only at the behest of the opera's phantom ghost who professes to love her. In actuality it's nothing but terror. Raoul, the man who's loved since a young age will do whatever it takes to free her of this horrible ghost.
Midnight Tease – September 2021
September has come and this month I've got few books easing into the Halloween season. Yep! I'm one of those people. It's time for some spooky.
The Sundown Rundown – May 2021
It's the end of May already!? Wow, that was fast. kick up your feet, and take a scroll through this month's books. Catch up on any reviews you may have missed.
Walking On By (The Catcher and the Rye – A Book Review)
After being expelled from prep school Holden goes on an adventure that may change his outlook on life.