As the ward and cousin of King Richard II (and the illegitimate daughter of King Richard I), Evangeline has spent her life locked away in a castle, well taken care of but longing for freedom beyond the stone walls holding her in.
Today I'm coming at you with my November wrap-up. I read a total of seven books this month and really enjoyed most of them.
Have you ever known that a book is a phenomenal work of literature, but you can't seem to really enjoy it? That sums up my experience with Hag-Seed.
In Charlotte Reagan's debut novel Just Juliet, readers are introduced to Lena, a high school senior who floats between the popular and misfit crowds.
Viviana is your ultimate high-achiever-- attending an elite school to prep her for college, striving to get into Stanford, working towards absolute perfection. But when her ex-boyfriend sends out nude photos of her, her family and social life begin to fall apart.
I wish that this book was already released so I could buy a bunch of copies and send them out to my friends with young daughters. Actually, I wish that this book was already released so I could buy a bunch of copies and send them to everyone I know. Because this is what being a girl is all about-- being authentically and unapologetically yourself, as many of us were as young children.
In Wonder Women, Sam Maggs introduces readers to under-recognized feminist icons from world history.
It's Friday, and you know what that means-- it's time for a run-down of what I'll be reading this weekend! TGIF!
This week's Top 5 Wednesday tackles the mishaps within this-- the Top 5 Inaccurate Book Covers.
In Unblemished, what starts out as a tumultuous teenage story turns into a dark and twisty adventure into another realm, filled with self-discovery, the battle between darkness and the light, and learning that beauty is more than skin deep.