All Fall Down

I finished this book in one sitting. I’ll admit, I was expecting a book (and series) similar to her Heist Society series, not in content, but in style. In other words, I expected it to be entertaining, but perhaps not out-of-this-world amazing. But this book was pretty much amazing. I was so engaged in Grace’s emotional/mental turmoil. My heart hurts just thinking about it. Clearly, some major research (or maybe even a close personal experience) went into this novel.

Sisters of Blood and Spirit

At first, I wasn’t sure I was going to get along with the book. There was little explanation, but a lot of things were put out for you to automatically believe. After a while, the writing stabilized and I really got into it. The execution of the novel, and the novel itself, was definitely worth it.

Lock & Mori

When I saw this book, I knew the author was gutsy. Sherlock’s fan base has without a doubt, exponentially increased in the past couple years (a la BBC) but the truth is, Sherlock is one of the most iconic fictional characters of all time. People write about him all the time, and each one tries to reinvent him as something more peculiar.