In the third part of The Hanging Tree, humans make the most terrible monsters. Spoilers below for chapters 9 to 12.
As we head toward the finale, things take a very apocalyptic turn. Who will survive, and how…? This week we’re covering chapters 28 to 42, with Sarah at The Illustrated Page hosting again. You can follow the schedule (and even join us, should you be so inclined!) at our Goodreads group page. Spoilers below!
In the second part of The Hanging Tree, everything is coming together much more quickly than I’m used to with this series – and I like it! Of dubious bonus value is the Beatles earworm (see the title) I’ve had all week, though naturally that isn’t stopping me from sharing it with all of you. […]
It’s all escalation, all the time this week – there is so much going on I’m honestly not sure where to look hardest or what might be coming next! But whatever follows, I am here for it. This week, the Read Along is hosted by Sarah at The Illustrated Page as we cover chapters 13 […]
In the fifth and final part of Within the Sanctuary of Wings, I LOVE EVERYTHING AND EVERYTHING IS LOVELY. Spoiler alert!
In the first part of The Hanging Tree, I’m having flashbacks to less sensible times. Oh yeah, and I WAS NOT READY FOR CHAPTER FOUR. Spoilers for chapters 1 to 4 below.
The Expanse Read Along is rocketing along nicely, as we launch ourselves into the fourth book in the series and … try to dodge the asteroids of, um, overwhelming shock – OK, I’ll stop now. I’m hosting this week, as we cover the Prologue through Chapter 12. If you’re interested in joining us or following along […]
In the third (and fourth) part(s) of Within the Sanctuary of Wings, Isabella discovers just how much she doesn’t know about Draconeans – and has to decide what she’s going to do with what she does know… Spoiler alert!
In the fourth and final part of Foxglove Summer, I get several surprises in a row, and fall completely in love with a certain secondary character. Spoiler alert!
Well hello there, September, you lovely thing. I’m ready for you. Bring me turning leaves and my favourite weather and cinnamon-flavoured things. While I wait for those, here’s what August brought with it.